I Can’t Sing! the musical Our new favourite snack Cock Scratchings London Grammar’s cover of Pure Shores A newly-discovered emotion: Kate Bush smugness London Coffee Festival
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Unlike the majority of queue-or-you-lose-out trendy London restaurants, Barnyard is incredibly civilised and customer-friendly considering the new Dabbous restaurant’s popularity. Instead of shivering outside hopefully, waiting for a table for two to become available, the friendly plaid-shirted man at the door instead told us to pop for a nice drink door, promising to ring us… Read more »
This weekend I ventured East to try out Dalston’s most talked about seafood pop-up, Mussel Men. Originally based in a street-food shellfish stall named ‘Salty’, the Mussel Men have popped up at numerous locations across London, and since November have been residing in an interesting ocean-themed space on Kingsland Road, complete with an amazing mural… Read more »
The Secret Cinema Club. And that’s all we can say about that. Eggs for Soldier’s Toast-A-Cutter army at The Royal Artillery Museum. Getting freaky with Freekeh at Belazu’s Moroccan Nights. New from Jo Malone – London Rain. Limited Edition. Spring has sprung.
Mina Holland’s fabulous new book, The Edible Atlas Fino and tonic water, as sampled at Ember Yard Juice tasting with Deliciously Ella at Roots and Bulbs We are very excited to see The Grand Budapest Hotel The Painted Lady‘s £20 Shellac Manicure, available until the end of the month
Yesterday found us at the wonderful Good Life Eatery surrounded by a stellar round up of fellow diners enjoying a healthy discussion on the ins and outs of today’s health topic du jour – sugar. The breakfast was hosted by Nick and Camilla Bernard from Rude Health who certainly knew how to get… Read more »