sketch brunch at the Glade

Sometimes pole dancers get fancy and go to brunch in Mayfair. This time, the occasion was a fantastic brunch in sketch‘s The Glade with the one and only Faded Spring. Read on to find out what to expect from this affordable, innovative brunch in one of London’s most Instagram friendly venues. You’ve probably seen my … More sketch brunch at the Glade

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London Things To Look Forward To In 2018

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

Singapore Brunch at Nosh

A colonial house hidden among the green fields and uphill streets of Rochester Park, Nosh is your ultimate cute brunch destination in Singapore. Eating at Nosh is an outstanding experience whether you’re hanging out on its terrace or inside its designer surroundings. Nosh serves up Western brunch classics with a Singapore twist at an affordable … More Singapore Brunch at Nosh

Peruvian brunch at Lima Floral

On my quest to try London’s best brunches, never would I have thought that one of the best weekend treats in the capital was also among the healthiest and the best value for money. Here’s my review of Lima Floral in Covent Garden. Garrick Street’s very own Peruvian offers two brunch options: a sweeter, smaller one … More Peruvian brunch at Lima Floral

Flesh and Buns bottomless brunch

Every London restaurant does a bottomless brunch nowadays. All it takes is Prosecco, pancakes and eggs to make up a respectable bottomless brunch menu. But Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden goes one step further, giving you one of the best value bottomless brunches I’ve tried so far. At Seven Dials’ Flesh & Buns you … More Flesh and Buns bottomless brunch

Bellini brunch at the South Place Hotel

Turns out January was a month of firsts. So after my first Eggs Benedict in five years spent in London, I went to the South Place Hotel for my first Bangers and Mash. I’ve been walking past 3 South Place on my way to work every day for over a year now and I’ve always been … More Bellini brunch at the South Place Hotel

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

Three awesome foodie spots in Lisbon

At the end of November, Manifest took us all to Lisbon for our very own Innovation summit, the Manifestival. The weather was awesome, the view even better and, of course, the food was top notch. Here are three places you just can’t miss in the Portuguese capital. Breakfast – Casa Suica Home of traditional Portuguese … More Three awesome foodie spots in Lisbon

What does eating at the Chiltern Firehouse feel like?

Celebrities’ favourite, popular, classy, exclusive: you hear all these adjectives and even more mentioned while describing the Chiltern Firehouse. So what does eating there actually feel like? Hotelier André Balazs, the father of Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont, opened Chiltern Firehouse last year in the heart of Marylebone. The Firehouse, one of the first purpose built fire stations in … More What does eating at the Chiltern Firehouse feel like?

Bowing down to egg mania at Foxcroft & Ginger… and The Gallery

London is going nuts for eggs. What with Bad Egg whipping up one of the best brunches in the City, Good Egg opening up in Stoke Newington, Egg Break scrambling it up in Uxbridge and an egg café setting up shop in Dalston’s Beyond Retro, I couldn’t help but bow down to the trend and … More Bowing down to egg mania at Foxcroft & Ginger… and The Gallery