The Local’s Guide To Clapton, E5

In case you missed it, I moved to Clapton/Hackney Central. Naturally, I’ve been spending the past month or so installing a pole in my house and trying out every possible restaurant, bar, café or event venue in my area. So here’s my local’s guide to Clapton, E5. Why I Moved To Clapton I can imagine … More The Local’s Guide To Clapton, E5

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Heist Bank Craft Beer Festival

Never had I ever been out in Paddington, but there are many things I will do for beer and pizza and venturing out to bars that are new to me is one of them. Here’s my review of Heist Bank. Heist Bank calls itself a “playground for grown ups” less than five minutes away from … More Heist Bank Craft Beer Festival

My Quick Guide To Naples

Now that I’m far away from Italy’s beautiful, boiling summer, the timing seems perfect for a little nostalgia. This blog post is my very own guide to Naples, to help you find something to do, eat and drink in this gorgeous city over a quick weekend break. Street Art When I travel with my parents, … More My Quick Guide To Naples

Not just Guinness: three drinks you must try while in Dublin

You may think Dublin is all about the Guinness factory, but the city has way more interesting craft beer and historic drinks to sip on. Here are three you simply mustn’t miss. Trouble Brewing Dark Arts Porter  Move over Guinness, Trouble Brewing’s Dark Arts Porter is my favourite dark beer on the planet. Bursting with coffee, chocolate … More Not just Guinness: three drinks you must try while in Dublin

Out in Broadway Market: Okko and the last days of Netil 360

The last rays of the September sun were the best excuse to spend an evening in the vibrant Broadway Market, bustling with excitement for the occasion. I started the evening at the slick OKKO, where healthy Japanese classics meet comfort food and a stylish LA look. Their Philadelphia sushi rolls were the best I’ve ever had, especially while … More Out in Broadway Market: Okko and the last days of Netil 360

Craft beer and pizza on the canal: Crate Brewery review

Every Italian knows few things make your night like some own-brand craft beer matched  with a good pizza. Add a gorgeous spot on the river, graffiti and a lively hip crowd and you have a winning team. The Crate Brewery on a Saturday night is an East London twenty-something’s dream: get in and you will feel at … More Craft beer and pizza on the canal: Crate Brewery review

Where do Italians in London go for a classy meal? L’Anima Café review

Last week, the editorial team from Italian Kingdom met face-to-face for the first time. In a pang of Italian food nostalgia, we couldn’t help but choose L’Anima, one of London’s best and classiest Italian restaurants. Needless to say that it passed the Italian authenticity test. In between the City and Shoreditch and right next to The Queen … More Where do Italians in London go for a classy meal? L’Anima Café review