Did you know that the week of the 12th – 18th marks National Afternoon Tea week in the UK? Handy for me, Last weekend I was invited to review VIVI Restaurant‘s Traditional Afternoon Tea on behalf of Love Pop Ups…

View Post

Visiting any museum or gallery in London is often a day out in itself, and can be very hungry work. One of the most popular Galleries in London is The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square which hosts various exhibitions throughout…

View Post

Recently, We went to a fantastic supper club called Eleven98 which is devised by Aiden Brooks and showcases all sorts of food sourced and produced in the Borough of Hackney and transformed into a mouthwatering secret menu.

View Post

My usual idea of dining on the London underground is getting on the tube with a Mcdonalds after a wild night out (Don’t judge me, I bet you’ve done it too)
But I recently visited @supperclub.tube where you can have a classy and delicious 6 course meal and (legally) drink wine whilst on the tube!

Check it out in my latest blog post!

View Post

One of the best things about living in London is the plethora of incredible weekend brunches available. I don’t know if anyone will ever be able to try every single brunch in the capital but i’m more than happy to…

View Post

In London, burgers aren’t hugely difficult to come by with many restaurants offering them as a staple piece of their menu and various venues specialising in burgers popping up all over the capital. I was lucky enough to be able…

View Post

The London Bingo market is becoming increasingly more popular with new venues bringing in bingo brunches, bingo dinners, bingo parties and well, anything you can turn into bingo is being done. However, a couple of weeks ago I was invited…

View Post

Pasta is one of those incredibly popular foods that people eat without even considering how it’s made. Granted, a lot of the pasta we eat is likely to have been made in a factory and not quite as special as…

View Post

  One of the most challenging things about the food scene in London is the sheer volume. It makes it hard to narrow down where does the best version of something and even harder to justify returning when there are…

View Post

Have you heard of Darwin & Wallace? No, I didn’t think I had either. But funnily enough I’d visited a few of their venues without even realising. They’ve quickly become one of my favourite places to go, whether it be…

View Post