Ready to wave goodbye to 2017 but not sure what to expect from the new year? Here’s my list of London/UK things to look forward to in 2018. IT’S GONNA BE OUR YEAR GUYS I FEEL IT. New Restaurant Openings A New Vegan Destination in Peckham I’m not quite sure if I’ve had more friends … More London Things To Look Forward To In 2018
Guard: “Lady, what are you trying to do? GET INTO THAT JUMPSUIT!” Me [wearing an awfully impractical tight pink dress]: “Sorry sir, just trying not show too much here!” My friend Mariola, who knows my pole dancer Insta feed all too well: “That is the first time I’ve ever heard here say that.” No, this … More Drinks behind bars at Alcotraz London
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
Can you ever get enough of Christmas? In London, very often the answer is yes. Packed Christmas markets with over-priced, lukewarm mulled wine and tourists shoving you away to get a picture in front of pretend picturesque chalets make you wish for the holidays were already over. But there’s a tiny Swedish café just off the hectic … More Swedish Christmas at Fika Brick Lane
Who are we kidding: we all love hidden, secret restaurants. But Brick Lane’s Back in 5 Minutes, a bloody brilliant restaurant in the back of a shop with out-of-this-world-food, is so much more than that: it’s an incredibly thought-through dining experience you’ll never forget. Run by The Disappearing Dining Club, Back In 5 Minutes hides … More Back in 5 minutes: worst kept secret, best restaurant ever
For a girl with the word ‘Poison’ tattooed on her wrist and a black widow spider on her ankle, I took an awful lot of time to head down to the Old Truman Brewery’s The Power of Poison exhibition, running until early September. Here’s what to expect from one of London’s most engaging displays yet. Exploring … More The Power of Poison exhibition at the Old Truman Brewery
The Cereal café in Brick Lane divided audiences between fans and haters. But are we right to feel so strongly about it or have we just become cynical bastards? The long-awaited Cereal Killer Café opened in Brick Lane on December 10th, run by the Northern Irish twins Alan and Gary Keery. As a foodie always searching … More Cereal Killer Café: have we lost the ability to like anything?
Cereal fans in London will now have a new home: Brick Lane’s Cereal Killer Café, a rainbow of affordable cereal from all over the world packed with quirky breakfast memorabilia. A creation of Northern Irish twins Alan and Gary Keery, the Cereal Killer Café was initally launched on crowdfunding platform IndieGoGo. It was then featured on … More Are you a Cereal fan? A café in London’s Brick Lane might be your dream come true