An Evening Of Meat Launch

Bacon, table performers, darkness and wine: the launch night of An Evening of Meat, an immersive dining experience at The Vaults, had everything a pole dancer might ever want from life. Read on to find out more about this one-of-a-kind project. Me & Meat Yes, I went to a night called An Evening of Meat … More An Evening Of Meat Launch

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Back to London: first impressions

Want a life update you didn’t ask for? There you are. So I now I’m 100% back to London, having come initially for three days in August to look for flats. It’s my first time in The Big Smoke since over a year. And, having started as a London blogger, I’ve got an opinion about … More Back to London: first impressions

Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

As I mentioned in my previous post, I ended up booking the best Airbnb in the best location ever. Hip, weird, close to the main city area but special in its own kind, here’s what to do in Fitzroy, Melbourne’s part Brooklyn, part Shoreditch neighbourhood. BREAKFAST Proud Mary’s  Melbourne is a mecca for coffee lovers … More Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

Brunch at Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf

I realised I failed at life when it came out that, after nearly five years in the UK, I had never tried Eggs Benedict. I made up for it by going to Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf’s marvellous brunch. Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf is your best bet for weekend brunch away from the hustle-and-bustle of Central … More Brunch at Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf

The Barge House: Breakfast In Bread

I’m no stranger to Instagram crazes. That’s why I went, tried and Instagrammed Shackfuyu’s Kinako french toast or Blutop Ice Cream’s cookie sandwich. Next on my list was The Barge House‘s Breakfast in Bread. The Barge House is a canal-side restaurant on the Haggerston Riviera that would have been the restaurant of the summer if … More The Barge House: Breakfast In Bread

Things I ate last weekend: Beany Green, Vodoo Rays, Bourne & Hollingsworth brunch review

Last weekend I thought I’d get beach body ready with a feast on everything I wanted to eat: London is probably the hardest city for a diet, but the best one for brunch. Here are my reviews of Beany Green in Broadgate Circle, the Boxpark Shoreditch’s Voodoo Rays and the marvellously decadent brunch at Bourne … More Things I ate last weekend: Beany Green, Vodoo Rays, Bourne & Hollingsworth brunch review