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Josie is an overpriced cocktail fan, dog enthusiast and future farm shop owner. @JosieAyre

We tried Kensington wine-spot, Enoteca Rosso

We tried Kensington wine-spot, Enoteca Rosso

Italian food is too often associated with that bloated feeling you get from a packet of dried pasta after a bad day at work; frustratingly synonymous with comfort grub that feels neither delicate nor refined. Yet, if you’ve been lucky enough to actually dine in Italy, you'll know that the country…

Timmy Green - London Restaurant Review

Timmy Green - London Restaurant Review

One side effect of living in Clapham is that you're surrounded by Australians. I love them because they're always sunny even in the constant rain of London, their ability to drink even the most veteran English pub-goer under the table, and, most of all, their love of a bloody great brunch. The city…

Diciannove - London Restaurant Review

Diciannove - London Restaurant Review

First of all, let’s get this straight: hotel restaurants in London are rarely destination eateries. It isn’t often that you’ll find yourself chowing down in an offshoot of a hotel lobby and thoroughly enjoying your meal. Saying that, there are of course, exceptions to this rule and Diciannoveat…

We tried the secret cocktail bar at Bun House

We tried the secret cocktail bar at Bun House

One of the best things about London is the plethora of different food and drink you can experience within as little as a few square miles. Don’t have the budget to travel the world but have an Oyster card handy? You can experience the culinary delights of Japan, Ethiopia, and America’s Deep…

Ping Pong Soho - London Restaurant Review

Ping Pong Soho - London Restaurant Review

As we head into the colder climes of Autumn, I made my way to the long-time chain institution of Soho, Ping Pong for dim sum, buns and cocktails.  The Venue and Atmosphere Ping Pong has nine restaurants dotted across the city, but we made our way to the chain’s first…

Prince of Peckham - London Pub Review

Prince of Peckham - London Pub Review

Not all pubs were created equally. Some are all beer-soaked squishy carpets, ham, egg and chips while others, like the Prince of Peckham, have partnered with seriously cool Caribbean food vendors like White Men Can’t Jerk to bring you a wholly new pubbing experience. The Venue Thanks to a recent…