Georgie Pursey

Food, drink & lifestyle writer with a weakness for puns, matcha lattes and almond croissants. @georgiepursey

The Dickens Inn - London Pub Review

The Dickens Inn - London Pub Review St Katherine’s Docks is the perfect mix of new and old London, and home to some of the most picturesque views in The City; with Oliver Twist style cobbled streets and beautiful alley ways that lead to crooked high beam houses, all circulating around the well kept docks that home boats of all... Read more >

Spread Eagle Camden - London Pub Review

Spread Eagle Camden - London Pub Review As a country gal at heart, I love nothing more than a good, proper British pub, but it's hard not to become... accustomed to a certain gastro lifestyle after living in London for so long. Good job that there's pubs like the Spread Eagle just off Camden High Street, which meets in the middle between... Read more >

Adventure Bar Covent Garden - London Bar Review

Adventure Bar Covent Garden - London Bar Review Walking passed the tourists, Punch & Judy shows and buskers, I already had a feeling that Covent Garden's Adventure Bar would be the kind of venue that's great for a boozy night out. Sitting on the edge of the famous London square, the venue is the part of a wider family of cocktail bars that... Read more >

Venn St. Records - London Bar Review

Venn St. Records - London Bar Review We all know that you’re never far from a great drinking hole in Clapham, but on one street in particular you’ll find a great spot offering one of the best daily Happy Hour deals in SW4. We decided to find out why Venn St. Records can’t keep ‘em away. The Venue and... Read more >

Le Bar Farringdon - London Bar Review

Le Bar Farringdon - London Bar Review On a miserable, rainy day in London, it’s pretty hard to avoid dreams of a warmer climate. For me, I take my mind to warm, sleepy villages in the South of France, and have discovered that to get me that little bit closer, I can match the fantasy with a meal at Le Bar: the new venue of iconic... Read more >

The Hope Farringdon - London Restaurant Review

The Hope Farringdon - London Restaurant Review For me, Farringdon is old London. Proper cobbled street, old crooked building, a history that goes back centuries. The presence of Smithfield Market, which seems rugged and real in its very architecture, is like the beating heart of the area. Food is such a prominent feature in an area like this.... Read more >

Kanada Ya Piccadilly - London Restaurant Review

Kanada Ya Piccadilly - London Restaurant Review They say the best kind of PR a restaurant can hope to get is a constant and steady queue of people outside. Humans are an inquisitive race and nothing evokes FOMO quite like a queue. If people are willing to wait in the cold for a meal, it must be good, right? In the case of Kanada Ya, yes, very... Read more >

We tried out the Mar-tea-Ni Masterclass with Christabel's

We tried out the Mar-tea-Ni Masterclass with Christabel's Some restaurants can be found in basements, some bars are found on rooftops. Some cafes are located in the middle of parks and some pubs can be found on boats on the Thames. The cocktail masterclass I attended last week was in an apartment. The nicest, most elegantly decorated apartment I’ve... Read more >

Below The Cut - London Bar and Brunch Review

Below The Cut - London Bar and Brunch Review It’s a sunny afternoon in Fulham and a heavy Friday night induced hangover has got us craving ALL the food. Luckily Hanger SW6 has the perfect antidote: a juicy steak brunch with bottomless bubbles. The Venue Hanger SW6 is a place with the best kind of split personality. Upstairs is... Read more >

We tried out codes and cocktails at new London pop-up The Bletchley

We tried out codes and cocktails at new London pop-up The Bletchley From the team that brought us London’s first naked restaurant and the Breaking Bad inspired chemistry bar comes The Bletchley. With a waitlist of over 7,000 three weeks before tickets even became available, we were lucky to hot-foot it down to The Bletchley, a bar themed on Alan... Read more >

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