We’re On Holiday!

Published on January 31st, 2016 | by admin

You may have noticed that we’ve not updated in a while, but don’t panic, we’re just on holiday until mid February. We will be back with all the best of London Bars, Restaurants, and Going Out ... Read More

East London

Bella Cosa Canary Wharf

Bella Cosa, Canary Wharf

Published on January 21st, 2016 | by Ben Southwood

Canary Wharf is a strange proposition, restaurant wise and generally. It’s a strange utopian-dystopian world of water, towers, financial firms, glass and steel. Bella Cosa tries to be a slick modern Italian ‘fine’ restaurant, but it ... Read More

LDN Experiences

Whos London Is It Anyway

Whose London Is It Anyway?

Published on January 18th, 2016 | by Francesca Baker

London has changed, is changing, and will continue to do so.  Ever in transition, the experience of living in Europe’s only megacity is fragmentary and individual, even as such a large population. Social housing, pop up ... Read More

South London


Jamboree Foodfest, Blackfriars

Published on January 12th, 2016 | by Clarissa Waldron

In the week before Christmas, when London thoroughfares were draped in brightly lit fairy lights, hovering above last-minute shoppers carrying bulky bags, when it wasn’t quite cold enough for snow but still our breath danced in ... Read More

East London

Bounce Shoreditch-32

Bounce, Shoreditch

Published on January 8th, 2016 | by Ben Southwood

The food at Bounce in Shoreditch is not very good, but I suspect that they know that, and you knew that without reading this review. After all, you don’t go to an underground ping pong bar ... Read More

LDN Experiences


Changing Minds Arts Festival, Southbank

Published on January 6th, 2016 | by Francesca Baker

The benefits of creativity and art in supporting wellbeing have long been known, and there are roads being taken to integrate art into health and therapeutic settings. This year the Southbank Centre launches a new weekend ... Read More

Central London

The Portman Marylebone

The Portman, Marylebone

Published on January 4th, 2016 | by Ben Southwood

I’m going to style my review of The Portman in the form of offering the owners some advice. True, I’m not a restauranteur; I have never worked in the industry except 18 months as a waiter ... Read More


Balblair 99 Vintage Single Malt

Balblair 99 Single Malt Whisky

Published on December 22nd, 2015 | by Gavin

Being the only (alleged) food and drink connoisseur in my family, a lot of pressure is put on my shoulders at Christmas time. It has become somewhat of a tradition for me to introduce the extended ... Read More

Central London

Our Vietnamese restaurant in Soho

Cây Tre, Soho

Published on December 17th, 2015 | by Gavin

Vietnamese food has suddenly become all hipster. What was once confined to Wing Yip shopping complexes and suburbs harbouring local Vietnamese communities, have become the hot topic of conversation when your impressively bearded mate utters the ... Read More


Jack Daniels Christmas

Have a Jack Daniel’s Christmas

Published on December 15th, 2015 | by Gavin

In my household there are three certainties at Christmas; the Turkey will be dry, the presents from Aunt Lolly will be some of Poundland’s best sellers, and my uncles will get into a heated debate about ... Read More

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