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Sunshine On A Rainy Day | Sugar Dumplin, The Atrium, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3QL

Easy like Sunday morning, as Mr Richie sang. Although there was nothing easy about this particular Sunday morning, apart from the prospect of an early lunch at Sugar Dumplin. Firstly there were a… Continue reading

Girl (And Boy) About Townhouse | Afternoon Tea at Dean Street Townhouse, 69 – 71 Dean Street, London W1D 3SE

Afternoon tea in London is showing no signs of disappearing, new twists are added all the time. There’s one for men (up our street), themed ones, Route Master ones, burger ones (surprised that… Continue reading

14 of the best Bonfire Night treats | Checkout 2014

We pick our favourite cosy Bonfire Night treats. Click on the blue links to buy! 1) Bonfire Night doesn’t have to be hot with Mackie’s Indulgent Toffee Apple Dairy Ice Cream rippled with… Continue reading

Fit for a princess | The Skiathos Princess hotel, 37002, Agia Paraskevi, Skiathos, Greece

I have an idea of a new hotel concept – a cat hotel. Not a cattery, I mean a hotel for humans with resident cats. Humans like me who love cats but for… Continue reading

London kneads this | Pizza Union, 25 Sandy’s Row, London E1 7EZ

What is a pizza? We discovered recently that apparently a pizza with chicken as a topping is not a pizza, even worse, it is breaking pizza law. So what is it if it… Continue reading

All you need for a summer picnic (when it stops raining) | Checkout Picnic Guide, Summer 2014

1) China plates may look great but who wants to risk it when you can have smash-proof melamine picnicware? Apple print melamine plates £1.29 each and tumblers 79p each, dunelm-mill.com 2) It’s a… Continue reading

Curiouser and curiouser | Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea, Sanderson hotel, 50 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NG

If you’re not a) A woman or b) Planning a hen night you probably stopped reading this at the headline. The Mad Hatter’s afternoon tea at the Sanderson is largely full of groups… Continue reading

Spain comes to the Southbank | Campo Viejo Streets of Spain | Southbank Centre, Queen’s Walk and Festival Village, London, SE1 8XX

We love Spain (who doesn’t?) and especially the stunning colour and vibrancy of Barcelona. On our last visit we used the Grand Hotel Central, with its amazing rooftop pool as our base camp… Continue reading

Bless you! | Ekachai, 9-10 Arcade, Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7PN

Pan Asian/fusion food scares me a little, I usually prefer my meals to be one or the other but Ekachai has been going for over ten years so I guess they must be doing… Continue reading

Smokin’ | Ember Yard, 60 Berwick Street, London W1F 8SU

We were looking forward to visiting Ember Yard, really looking forward to visiting. Marina had given it a gushing review in her Guardian column, and a respected friend in the hospitality industry said… Continue reading

True Blue, Baby I Love You | Pizza 1889, Nugent Shopping Park, Cray Avenue, Orpington BR5 3RP

Today we made a short journey over to Orpington in Kent in search of a tile clearance centre. Definitely not my preferred way to spend a Saturday, and possibly the dullest start to… Continue reading

Deep down & Dirty | Dirty Bones, 20 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4EP

Yes, we know, London has burgers and hot dogs coming out of its ears, the trend is threatening to become a little tiresome. Dirty Bones sounds like just another dude food restaurant, nothing… Continue reading

Menagerie à trois | Les Trois Garçons, 1 Club Row, Shoreditch, London E1 6JX

Had the boys behind Les Trois Garçons featured on BBC2’s The Restaurant Man, we could imagine narrator and restaurateur Russell Norman would be left exasperated with his head in his hands. This kitsch… Continue reading

Dial Seven For A Good Time | Rediscover Seven Dials, Covent Garden – a top restaurant destination

Maybe it’s us, but the Seven Dials district doesn’t instantly spring to mind when thinking of London food hotspots. New openings mostly seem to be concentrated elsewhere, in less pretty parts of town… Continue reading

Date night perfection | Ognisko, 55 Exhibition Road, London SW7 2PG

Ever stumbled out of a museum in South Ken in need of food? We have, although there are usually kids in tow so cocktails and Polish food is not likely to be on… Continue reading

Mock Donalds | The Byron Burger Club #01

Another week and another excuse to visit Byron, not that we ever need an excuse to try any of Fred Smith‘s creations. Last week it was the launch of The Byronosauraus Rex, this… Continue reading

Let Me Entertain You… And Save You up to £30k | The Entertainer

BOGOF! And no I’m not being rude. Saying buy one get one free is maybe a more polite, if a little long-winded way of putting it. But BOGOFs and discount vouchers are everywhere.… Continue reading

I’m The B-Rex, Hear Me Roar! | Byronosaurus Rex, The new special from Byron Hamburgers

Back in 1993 a couple of monumental events happened. Steven Spielberg released the epic Jurassic Park movie (I’ll never forget that heart thumping T-Rex scene), Burger King launched their tie-in offering, which later… Continue reading

It’s oh, so quiet | La Giaconda restaurant, 9 Denmark Street, London WC2H 8LS *LA GIACONDA HAS NOW CLOSED*

*SADLY, LA GIACONDA HAS NOW CLOSED* La Giaconda Restaurant, Café and Bar sounded great on paper – a long-standing family-run restaurant, the proprieters also own Flat White and Milk Bar. Previously named Giaconda… Continue reading

Putting the art in arches | Topolski, 150-152 Hungerford Arches, Concert Hall Approach, London SE1 8XU

As we sat in Topolski – a new Eastern European pop up members bar/cafe/art gallery in the railway arches near Waterloo station, I wondered if Eastern European food could be the new ‘thing’.… Continue reading

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