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Cocktail Crawling on Battersea Rise

There’s nothing like dedicating an entire Saturday to drinking with friends in London. Having lived here for almost 4 years now I have learned an important lesson about life in London; going for ‘brunch’ means having your first drink at 11:45am and falling the door after a day of boozing at 11:45pm so pace yourself. 515 more words

London Restaurants

Bombay Brasserie - London

Indian restaurants in London… You are thinking one of two things, 1. Brick Lane and bright lights or 2. Quiet rooms and after eight mints. 663 more words


Capish? at The Hat and Tun


Launch of Italian-American style street food Capish? at The Hat and Tun for two weeks in February. They will be serving their 3 most popular dishes from Wed 17th – Fri 19th and Wed 24th – Fri 26th between 5.30pm and 9pm. 265 more words


Calçotada at Tramontana Brindisa

Tramontana Brindisa has added another feather to its cap of authentic, Spanish experiences; the Calçotada. Unknown to even many Spanish people, the Calçotada hails from the North-Eastern region of Catalonia, well-known for its gastronomy, tourism and football, and less well-known for its large, spring onion-esque vegetables. 604 more words


Barrafina, Frith Street, Soho

At last, it happened, I dined at Barrafina’s Soho original and it was everything everyone said it would be!!

I’ve tried my luck a few times, only to be faced with a queue too long for my hunger to bear, so last Saturday, myself and a friend were stood outside its door ready for its 17.00 opening.   259 more words


Ottolenghi, a nod to the almighty salad

Who: Brainchild of Yotam Ottolenghi, Jerusalem-born chef and cookery writer, and Sami Tamimi.

What: Taking origins from his Israeli roots, Ottolenghi’s food is best described as Middle Eastern with a Western twist. 637 more words


"If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world." (J. R. R. Tolkien)

London is one of those cities that makes it hard to eat out. The problem: too much choice, too many trendy places instead of good… 449 more words