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
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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
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
"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