Silent Night at sketch London

There are many ways to start your morning. I usually start mine with a pole session, reading academic journals for my PhD or going to work. This morning however I was among the first Londoners that got to see sketch London‘s Christmas light installation to kick off the holiday season, and as you’ll see if you … More Silent Night at sketch London


Saatchi Gallery Tea

As if Chelsea wasn’t pretty enough, I’ve now found out you can have a Champagne afternoon tea while enjoying the sight of the Saatchi Gallery’s garden, after a stroll around the main exhibitions. Gallery Mess is the Saatchi Gallery’s restaurant and café. Its afternoon tea menu includes a selection of British sandwiches like the classic cucumber and … More Saatchi Gallery Tea

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Alice In Wonderland has inspired countless films, art pieces, songs and night outs. My favourite translations of Lewis Carroll’s book obviously have to include a lot of food, so I was over the moon when I heard of the Sanderson Hotel‘s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Sanderson invites you to tumble down the rabbit hole for … More Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Curing the Cuban blues: Asia De Cuba brunch

I had the Cuban blues, so I went to cure them at St Martin’s Lane Hotel’s slick Asia De Cuba. Spoiler alert: it worked. Launched last September, Asia De Cuba’s signature Chino-Latino brunch gives diners the hard choice to pick either a cocktail (£48) or champagne and cocktail (£70) bottomless brunch. Devised by Cuban-born executive chef Luis Pous, … More Curing the Cuban blues: Asia De Cuba brunch

Easter feast: Bubbledogs and Fry Hard

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s Easter. No, I’m not particularly excited about Jesus’ return from the dead, although I don’t personally hold anything against him. However, I have been giving up desserts for Lent as a personal challenge for the past few years, so Easter means feasting on everything unhealthy for a day or so. … More Easter feast: Bubbledogs and Fry Hard