Things I Did In Porto

In December I took some much needed time off and visited my best friend who lives in Porto. Here’s some very basic advice on what to do over a long weekend there. Getting there I flew to Porto for less than £80 (about €90) return from Gatwick via EasyJet. The flight is just over two … More Things I Did In Porto

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The Best House Party Ever

On Thursday night I went to The Little Blue Door Fulham‘s launch and it was the best house party ever. Here’s what to expect from this one-of-a-kind uhm… flat? Restaurant? Heaven? The House Party Imagine going to a house party. Now imagine that the house party isn’t at your mate’s John’s house, in some random … More The Best House Party Ever

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

Where an anxious chick goes on holiday

What if I go on holiday and I don’t have fun? What if something goes wrong?What if the pizza man thinks my voice sounds dumb? These are all perfectly useless questions I have been asking myself and the poor friends and family who’ve bothered coping with my anxiety since 1992 (or when I began talking, … More Where an anxious chick goes on holiday

Two Good: Aussie Lunches Helping Domestic Violence Victims

Like I told the gals at Sporteluxe, this year I spent my Valentine’s Day between my office in Newtown and Sydney Pole. I did however ‘celebrate’ with a special lunch, delivered by the amazing company that is Two Good. Two Good is one step above the traditional Aussie charity barbecues. Its story start as early … More Two Good: Aussie Lunches Helping Domestic Violence Victims

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

Events this week: Number 90’s 2nd birthday and SHOT’s launch

It was an eventful week between Number 90’s second birthday along the canal in Hackney Wick and SHOT’s launch in St. Paul’s. In a celebration that runs all weekend (tonight included), Number 90 hosts DJs, vegan and meaty slider feasts and incredible cocktails in one of East London’s most outstanding places. I had visited Number … More Events this week: Number 90’s 2nd birthday and SHOT’s launch

Turkish tapas heaven at Arabica

Arabica Bar & Kitchen is a heavenly restaurant under a railway arch in Borough Market. A Turkish tapas place like no other, you will want to come back for its incredible grilled meat and for its mouth-watering pides.  When we went in, we were all set on Arabica’s grilled meat. We went in to try their intriguing … More Turkish tapas heaven at Arabica

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