Laid back neighbourhood bar and restaurant, Coin Laundry, serves up proper comfort food, 70s revival cocktails and a big fat slice of nostalgia.
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While the annual carnival might be the first thing you think of when it comes to Notting Hill, the second is most likely the food. The area’s eclectic, energetic dining scene is an ever-changing melting pot of international influences and among the more casual eateries are some truly stellar restaurants. 821 more words
I have written about Wright Brothers in Borough Market before, but that was about 3 years ago, so it is time for a refresher.
After a scrumptious Monmouth coffee and a stroll around Borough Market, we got ourselves a table at Wright Brothers for some fresh seafood lunch. 108 more words
I’m not one of those people who loves brunch more than the average meal. After all, for me, every meal is an occasion, whether it is buttered toast – always slightly burnt because such an everyday task is too mundane to command even 20% of my already miniscule attention span – grabbing a sausage roll on the fly, or sitting down to a drawn-out 10-course tasting menu. 4,020 more words