An evening in Peckham

Having always been an East Londoner (or East Central at the most), I could always think of a thousand better things to do other than travelling South of the river. It just looked far. I couldn’t be bothered to take buses when I had everything at my doorstep. I didn’t feel like the Krays travelling … More An evening in Peckham

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The Manhattan Project at POND Dalston: weird cocktails and Hawaiian food pairings made in heaven

The launch of The Manhattan Project‘s residency at POND Dalston saw a dream team of tasty and crafty cocktails matched with Hawaiian food. The weirder the better. The Manhattan Project’s odd twist on retro cocktails – all consisting of four main ingredients focusing on the season – is the brain child of Felix Cohen, who thought up the project in … More The Manhattan Project at POND Dalston: weird cocktails and Hawaiian food pairings made in heaven

The view from Frank’s Café in Peckham

London has plenty of spots that claim they will make you feel on top of the world. Nothing works as well, however, as Frank’s Café in Peckham. On the tenth floor of Peckham’s Multi-Story car park, Frank’s Café is a feast for the eyes on a sunny evening. The destination of choice of many London hipsters, … More The view from Frank’s Café in Peckham

Weekending in East London: Blixen, cocktails and Netil 360

If “Treat yo’self” is your motto, East London has plenty to offer you this spring. Here’s a round-up of my weekend of brunching at Blixen, sunbathing at Netil360, drinking Negronis at the #RediscoverRed Campari pop-up and seeing The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town. What’s the best way to start a weekend in Shoreditch? Easy. Go … More Weekending in East London: Blixen, cocktails and Netil 360