London Restaurant Reviews : The National Café

This is my second visit the The National Gallery’s National Café. I was there when it first opened, exactly two years ago. You can read all about it here. An invite from Love Pops Ups London to review their new Sorolla menu meant that I was back again at this spectacular and elegant space. But…

Celebrating our Wedding Anniversary at The Pig Hotel

We recently celebrated our fourth wedding anniversary with a trip to The Pig Hotel’s latest opening at Bridge Place. After a train and short taxi ride later, we found ourselves on the grounds of the hotel, which is located just outside Canterbury, in the historic village of Bridge. The magnificent building is listed and was…

London Experiences – Play Dead London

Disclaimer: I was invited to review the below experience and our tickets were complimentary but all opinions are mine.  Close on the heels of my experience of The Murder Express at Funicular Productions, I had the opportunity again to try something quirky and a little bit different to my usual foodie escapades, but with the…

London Experiences – The Murdér Express : Jewel of the Empire

Disclaimer: I was invited to review the below experience and our tickets were complimentary but all opinions are solely mine.  In my forever quest to find new and exciting things to do in London, I stumbled upon Funicular Productions on Instagram and knew I had to visit. Their concept is everything I look for when…

London Experiences – Supper Club in a Tube Train

Disclaimer: I was invited to review the below venue and our meal was part-complimentary but all opinions and photos are mine.  A few weeks ago, I attended a unique Supper Club held at the Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum. It has been on my bucket list for a while so when the opportunity presented itself to review…

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…

Discovering the next culinary talent at Pillars

I recently attended a dinner held at the University of West London Ealing Campus. The venue was Pillars Restaurant, which is the London Geller College of Hospitality and Tourism’s award winning, fine dining student training restaurant. The restaurant is a specially designed educational environment, where students learn the nuances of working in the hospitality world…

A Christmassy Indian Supper Club

2018 has definitely been the year when we re-discovered supper clubs. My initial hesitation with attending one of these is that you never know what to expect and it can go in either direction. By nature, these are one-off events so there is no benchmark or reviews to research beforehand. However, having been to a few this year, I can…

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…