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…

Afternoon Tea at Butterscotch Tea Room

I was recently invited to sample the Afternoon Tea at Butterscotch Tea Room, London. Situated near St. Christopher’s Place, it occupies a cozy little narrow shop towards the end of James Street. In terms of interiors, this place exudes feminine cuteness from every pore of the room. The ground floor has an impressive display of…

Afternoon Tea at Scoff and Banter

I was very fortunate recently to win an Afternoon Tea competition on Instagram. The prize was a free-flowing Afternoon Tea for two at Scoff and Banter, in their Canary Wharf location. This branch of S&B sits inside the Radisson Blue Edwardian London Hotel, in a quiet and suburban part of the Docklands. The interiors veer…

Bloggers Afternoon Tea – Malmaison Hotels

Recently, I was invited to a Bloggers Afternoon Tea organised by Nicola King (East London Girl) and Nadia Evans (founder of Flavour Venue Search and one half of Mr. and Mrs. Flavour). For those who don’t know, Nicola is one of London’s top bloggers and an expert on the food and drinks scene in London….

London Rooftop Bars – Savage Garden

I love London summer, not only for the scorching temperatures it brings but also because the entire town zooms away on holiday. I tend not to go away; why would I when I have the perfect sunny temperatures in my own home town? There is no need to escape; what it also allows me to…

Luxury Dining on board the Bustronome

Last week I had the pleasure of dining on board the Bustronome, a new and unique experience in London. An offshoot of the successful Bustronome Paris, the concept combines London sight seeking with luxury food and wine pairing, on top of a bus. In London this is being brought in collaboration with the popular (and…

Hotel Review : Continental Hotel Budapest

Isn’t it great when a decision you make on a whim turns out to be one of the best decisions ever? Our choice of Continental Hotel Budapest was exactly like that. To cut a long story short, a last minute change of plans meant that we ended up booking this place without our usual in…

London Restaurant Reviews : Céleste

It was that time of the month again! I am talking about my monthly catch up with my bestie M. She had picked Céleste, part of The Lanesborough, for our April rendezvous point. We booked their Set Menu at £39 which included three courses, a glass of champagne each, coffee and canapés through Bookatable. For…

London Restaurant Reviews : Darcie and May Green

The Daisy Green Collection are a prominent fixture on the London Brunch scene. Their collection of classic Aussie-style, breezy cafes serving fresh and healthy food has given us more reasons why we needn’t bother to get that frying pan out every Saturday morning to cook breakfast. My first experience of the Daisy Green Collection happened…

A Stylish Afternoon Tea at Flemings Mayfair Hotel

It was a wintry 2018 weekend in London when we had the famous visit from the Beast from the East that covered the land in snow. My bestie M and I exchanged several texts trying to decide whether to stay in bed or brave the icy weather for our Afternoon Tea reservation. After much deliberation, we decided…

48 Hours of Eating & Drinking in Lisbon

It is safe to say that Lisbon is a place for foodies. If you like your food, this city has a lot to offer. We barely scratched the surface of this gastronomic capital during our whistle-stop stay recently. But what we saw, we liked, we ate, we drank and we conquered! Here’s the lowdown of…