London Restaurant Reviews : Little Creatures UK

Little Creatures is an established brewery, specialising in craft beers. It was first created in Western Australia by a group of mates, all experts in craft beers. After achieving cult status, they are now branching into the global market, London being their first stop. The menu is inspired by their Australian heritage and includes sharing…

London Restaurant Reviews : Cheese Afternoon Tea, Georgian House London

I am not the biggest fan of Afternoon Tea. Don’t get me wrong: I love the sophisticated  tiered setup of finely cut sandwiches, warm scones and delectable desserts washed down with copious amounts of fragrant leafy teas (or in my case, bottomless fizz). But being someone who naturally resonates with savoury rather than sweet, I…

Supper Club Experience – Dreamy Little Places

Last week, I attended the very first supper club organised by one of my favourite photography Instagram accounts @dreamylittleplaces. Run by Amy Greenwell, this is an account I have been following and admiring for a while now. The venue for the supper club was a gorgeous cafe in East Dulwich called Tart London. The event…

Best Places to Eat in Porto

Ever since our trip to Lisbon last year, Porto had crept up quite high on my list of places to visit next. This relatively under-the-radar city in Portugal has now risen to the forefront of everyone’s travel goals. This year, as an extended birthday celebration and thanks to some awesome January deals by easyJet, we…

Celebrating my Birthday in Style

My birthday falls on the coldest, most depressing month of the year – January. Not only is everyone broke after Christmas, but most are marking #DryJanuary, which doesn’t leave much scope for celebratory drinks… which is why I make it a point to celebrate it even more, doing something that I love most (eating) and…

Discovering Limin’- an Island Food Restaurant in London

There is an exciting new food and drink experience in London. Representing the flavours and tastes of Trinidad, this is the epitome of home-cooked goodness made by the London Trinidadian community. Kris (@untappedlondon) and I set out to investigate! We asked the team what Limin’ is all about. What does Limin’ mean? Limin’ is part of the…

Exploring London Cocktail Week 2018

London Cocktail Week is a yearly ritual for us (you can check out our 2017 adventures here). At £6 a pop, it is a great way to discover new cocktails and the London bars that create them. But this year, it was even more relevant, as my husband recently started his own coffee and cocktails…

My Pick of the Places to Eat and Drink in New York 2018

We recently had an epic holiday in New York during the summer season. We were undoubtedly spoilt for choice in terms of places to eat and drink. Even after 10 days of meandering our way through the city, we felt that we had barely scratched the surface. Below are some of the top places we…

Tasting menu with Laurent Perrier & Les 110 de Taillevent

My last week started on a spectacularly gastronomic note when I won a competition to a special one-off Taste of London Tasting Evening in collaboration with Laurent Perrier. The venue was the stunning Les 110 de Taillevent, a French restaurant in Marylebone. I joined a group of other competition winners for a glamorous evening of…

London Review : Cocktails and Nibbles at Bar20

Birley’s are legendary for their handmade deli-style sandwiches using the freshest of ingredients. Working in the City, my husband is very familiar with their brand. Which is why an invite from their PR team to review the all-day Bar20 venue and menu above their Fenchurch Street outlet was an exciting proposition. First, the bad news…

Smashing London Cocktail Week 2017

Last week, we celebrated London Cocktail Week 2017 with full gusto. This time last year, Kris and I were both at home struck by a nasty flu and the only cocktail we had was a heady concoction of Lemsip and Beechams. So, this year we were determined to go all out and cover as much…

Dirty Bones, Shoreditch

I am a big fan of the Dirty Bones franchise. My first visit to DB was to their Kensington branch in 2016 (you can read my blog here). Since then, we have been back on several occasions. We tend to hang out a lot in their Shoreditch venue these days. This post is a little…