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Total Diet Food – Personalised Dieting to your Door

Published on May 28th, 2015 | by Tatei Montejo

If you’re not looking to lose weight and the thought of rabbit food portions and tasteless meals is your worst nightmare, don’t let the name put you off, Total Diet Food is any foodie’s dream! Imagine having a chef not only cooking delicious meals and snacks for you every day, but also keeping track of all the nutrients and calories you put into your body to ensure you look and feel your healthiest – that’s exactly what TDF is. It’s safe to say the capital has the best restaurant offerings in the country but we all know that although you may spend your Saturday morning doing Ashtanga yoga followed by ... Read More

Central London

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The Adam and Eve, Fitzrovia

Published on May 27th, 2015 | by Rebecca Anne Milford

Oxford Street can be a confusing and generally quite stressful place. Yes, at Christmas time it looks beautiful, and many see it as being the spine of retail therapy in London. But all those people. Dawdling and taking pictures and whacking passers by with their oversized bags and then just stopping in the middle of the street for no reason whatsoever. So it’s not surprising that, as a South Londoner, it’s not my first choice of destination. But now I have at least found a little slice of respite in the form of the Adam and Eve pub, located just off the main drag. The Adam and Eve is another ... Read More

East London

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The Pearson Room, Canary Wharf

Published on May 26th, 2015 | by Ben Southwood

I’ve got to say that—at least to me—the prospect of a restaurant in a sports club in a glass box in Canary Wharf is not a hot one. What’s more, the type of restaurant that The Pearson Room aims to be is not exactly up my street. Most restaurants that try and do a lot of things (e.g. both buttermilk fried chicken, lobster pasta, and Barnsley chop) well do all of them badly. But despite all of this I had a hugely enjoyable evening here and it really is a surprisingly decent place. It’s situated a couple of floors above Waitrose in Reebok Sports Club, with a view out on ... Read More



Mezcal Masterclass with Carlos Leal

Published on May 21st, 2015 | by Gavin

Ever since visiting El Nivel Agaveria in Covent Garden last year and subsequently attending Tequila Fest in November, I’ve learnt quite a lot about Mezcal. Best described as Tequila’s down to earth older brother, this is the spirit of the people, and is finally getting the international recognition it deserves. As part of the UK’s Year of Mexico celebrations, we were invited to a mezcal tasting in Selfridges hosted by Sabios de Lua mezcal creator and general spokesperson for the spirit, Carlos Leal. Carlos hails from Monterrey in the North East of Mexico, a city known for its mezcal production. Speaking to Carlos over a mezcal cocktail he has created ... Read More

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Le Garrick, Covent Garden

Published on May 20th, 2015 | by Lumy George

There is much to be said about the relationship we Brits share with our European neighbours, with a history littered with trying times as well as great collaborations. Having read and studied about times before my generation, I am glad there is a freedom for us all to share in our cultures and heritage. This sharing of cultures is no more evident than in the culinary diversity across Europe. Many flavours, techniques and dishes have been shared, with one of the bigger influences coming from our closest of European neighbours, France. From as far back as I can remember, my parents loved nothing more than a quick weekend break to ... Read More

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Yelp Mad Scientist Soiree

Published on May 19th, 2015 | by Gavin

There are some parties I attend and just think “This kinda thing can only happen in London”. One such event was community website Yelp’s Mad Scientist Soiree at the Strongroom in Shoreditch- utterly utterly bonkers. The premise is that 40 of London’s weirdest, wackiest, and downright tastiest food and drinks brands showcase their most science fiction-like products to the lab coat wearing Yelp community in attendance. And the Yelpers came out in force donning their best Einstein wigs and thick lens glasses while rehearsing their finest evil cackles. As well as taking pictures of the best dressed on the evening, I managed to try some fantastic food and drink; my ... Read More

Central London

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Buddha Bar, Knightsbridge

Published on May 18th, 2015 | by Gavin

Cars, celebrities, and camera flashes- welcome to the world of Buddha Bar, Knightsbridge’s most popular hangout for those that want to be seen. But it’s not just about cocktail dresses and VIPs; it also happens to have a very respectable Pan Asian restaurant as we recently found out. Buddha Bar has been a staple of the West London scene since 2012, and is widely regarded as one of the most prestigious bar/restaurants outside of Mayfair. The London site is part of a much larger multinational chain with Buddha Bars strategically dotted around the richest cities in the world including Monte Carlo, New York, Manila and Dubai. The stunning, low lit ... Read More


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All aboard as Johnnie Walker Blue launches City Edition

Published on May 15th, 2015 | by Greg Dillon

A few days ago, ImALondoner was invited to an evening of whisky tasting aboard the London Eye to celebrate the launch of the Johnnie Walker Blue Label City Edition.  What better venue to launch the London edition than aboard one of the capital’s most iconic recent additions to the skyline? Despite being a proud and lifelong Londoner, it is fair to say I have not paid the London Eye the attention it deserves for a few years, having not been on it for about a decade so was definitely looking forward to enjoying some time in a private pod.  Once aboard we had a couple of minutes to chat and ... Read More

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Up at the O2, Greenwich Peninsula

Published on May 14th, 2015 | by Gavin

You may be aware of the near pant wetting experience I had abseiling from the top of the ArcellorMittal orbit in the Olympic Park a couple of months ago (if not, check out this YouTube video which speaks for itself). Being gluten for punishment, I decided to take part in another thrill seeking adventure by climbing the 50 metre high roof of the O2 Arena is Greenwich- why do I always agree to such madness?! The O2 is one of the most recognisable landmarks in our city after it was first opened in 2000 as the Millennium Dome. The Up at the O2 experience opened in 2012, and gives visitors ... Read More

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Kona @ Taj, 51 Buckingham Gate

Published on May 13th, 2015 | by Gavin

Plush cannot begin to describe the grounds of the Taj hotel in Buckingham Gate. The three Victorian townhouses converted into an 85 suite residency boasts historical architecture from floor to ceiling, immaculately kept grounds, and houses five restaurants. Although many will be aware of the Michelin star Quilon Indian restaurant, I’m intrigued by Kona, a brand new European dining experience housed in a quiet corner of the five star residency. Kona really is the hotel’s best kept secret as we arrive at 8pm on Friday evening and we are only one of two table reservations. The atmosphere is serene and sophisticated, we’re immediately at ease taking our seats in the ... Read More

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