Jess Halladay

Collins Customer Success Executive. Love prosecco, trawling food markets at the weekend and exploring London looking for the best coffee and cocktails in town.

Could This Gatsby-Style Den Live Up To Its Sister Sites?

Could This Gatsby-Style Den Live Up To Its Sister Sites?

If you've lived in London long, it's likely you've heard of rooftop Madison and celeb-haunt Quaglino's. Part of D&D London’s portfolio of luxurious venues, these spots epitomise smart drinking in the city. But not every ace in D&D's pack is big and brash; The Den at 100 Wardour St is the…

The Camden Brunch With A Sexy Cheese On Toast On The Menu

The Camden Brunch With A Sexy Cheese On Toast On The Menu

Tucked away in North London’s most notorious market, The Camden Grocer is a modern pantry where deli gems and UK products take centre stage on an array of shelves (literally, it’s an actual shop brought to you by three big names in the food stores game: Scott Winston, Matthew Bunch and Alec Paterson…

Bubbles And Eggs: We Had Brunch at Tom's Kitchen Chelsea

Bubbles And Eggs: We Had Brunch at Tom's Kitchen Chelsea

Brunch decisions can be tricky; we know most of the dishes likely to be on the menu, so deciding on where to dine can end up a blend of location, chef, cuisine, bottomless deals amongst others. How I got to settling on Tom’s Kitchen in Chelsea? Not only is it one of three venues by acclaimed chef Tom…

Transmissions From Our Trip To Radio Alice Hoxton

Transmissions From Our Trip To Radio Alice Hoxton

Years back, when you said, “Ooh, I fancy a pizza”, the options at your disposal were limited to chain restaurants, takeaway kingpins and whichever kebab shop you could stumble into. Nowadays, an influx of slickly decorated, independent eateries into the capital means the same exclamation, and a quick…

Birmingham's Prettiest Bolthole? We Tried The Lost & Found

Birmingham's Prettiest Bolthole? We Tried The Lost & Found

Standing outside the domed entrance of a grand 17th century Victorian building, I wondered what it had been in a previous life; a hotel, library, bank, school? Whatever its purpose, I imagine it was a place where only the rich, wealthy and scholarly members of the community were welcomed. Today its 20th…

Yard Sale Pizza Leytonstone - Restaurant Review

Yard Sale Pizza Leytonstone - Restaurant Review

Who doesn’t love pizza? I dare you to speak up. That’s right, we all love it, and would journey out of our way to get it; just as I did when I travelled to the newly opened Leytonstone branch of Yard Sale Pizza. The Venue & Atmosphere From humble beginnings (a backyard pizza oven in the middle…

We had dinner aboard a luxury floating restaurant

We had dinner aboard a luxury floating restaurant

Just a 5/10 minute walk along the river from both Embankment and Temple lies a unique restaurant, bar and event space. Moored on a luxury yacht, many might think this is a prime, touristy dining spot, but don’t be fooled. The Yacht’s fine dining menu and exclusive landmark views are stellar, butI…

Four Quarters East - London Arcade Bar Review

Four Quarters East - London Arcade Bar Review

Popping out for a drink isn't always what it’s cracked up to be - when we go out, we all want more. Whether it's cocktails topped with cheeseburgers, playing mini golf in an abandoned warehouse, or drinking in a prison cell, we want to be taken to the next level. So, how about a bit of gaming nostalgia…