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ZeroDegrees Blackheath - London Restaurant and Brewery Review

ZeroDegrees Blackheath - London Restaurant and Brewery Review I am a man of simple ambitions: all I want to do is drink beer in weird places. I drank a cold one in the ancient Alhambra looking over the city of Granada and cracked open a can at the top of Mount Afadja, the tallest mountain in Ghana, but now I can finally say I drank a beer at the centre of the... Read more >

No 11 Pimlico Road - London Brunch Review

No 11 Pimlico Road - London Brunch Review While many might think London would (or at least should) be bored of brunch by now, there's too many 20-somethings in the city to ever let the sitting slide. What that basically means? Brunch is bloody competitive. You've got your seafood brunch, your dim sum brunch and your hip-hop brunch, so how... Read more >

What Happened When We Spent An Afternoon At The Distillery, London's First Gin Hotel

What Happened When We Spent An Afternoon At The Distillery, London's First Gin Hotel From a healthy alternative to London’s dirty drinking water through to a prevention for malaria, the British have been finding an excuse to drink gin since the 1600s. As if to apologise for gin’s brief fall out of fashion in the 20th century, Londoners have taken to once again slurping... Read more >

Cafe Pacifico Covent Garden - London Restaurant Review

Cafe Pacifico Covent Garden - London Restaurant Review Look to the right and you’ll find all the need-to-know information about me. My job, my sporting limitations and my favourite pastime; drinking margaritas. I’m convinced tequila runs through my veins and my first words were ’half salt rim’. So naturally, I jumped at the... Read more >

Princess of Wales Primrose Hill - London Gastro Pub Review

Princess of Wales Primrose Hill - London Gastro Pub Review On a balmy and blue-skied Sunday, there's nowhere nicer for a stroll than through one of our city’s Royal Parks. After a leisurely saunter through Regent’s paths, and working up quite the thirst, we headed to the next best place to be on a hot day - the pub. In leafy Primrose Hill,... 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 >

Absurd Bird Spitalfields - London Restaurant Review

Absurd Bird Spitalfields - London Restaurant Review Now I'm no Chicken Connoisseur, but when I received an invitation to review Absurd Bird in Spitalfields, I pulled up my crep, jumped in my whip (242 from Kingsland Road) and headed towards Commercial Street. You don't have to be an expert to know that this famous name charms everyone that... Read more >

Stagolee's Fulham - London Restaurant Bar Review

Stagolee's Fulham - London Restaurant Bar Review Home to Stamford Bridge and The Slug, Fulham also offers West Londoners a Whole Foods and some pretty nice gastropubs. Nestled in between a William Hill and Holland & Barrett is the newest addition to the high street - an independent restaurant bar called Stagolee’s, serving up authentic... Read more >

Aquavit London - Nordic Afternoon Tea Review

Aquavit London  - Nordic Afternoon Tea Review I was with a friend recently who had the temerity to suggest he couldn’t find any decent, quintessentially British afternoon teas to take his visiting Italian mother to during her trip to London. His poor mum. There are loads. From swanky restaurants to literally every half decent hotel in... Read more >

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