LDN Experiences

Anna Beecher’s Skin of The Teeth

Published on June 20th, 2016 | by Francesca Baker

They say that a story comes alive through its telling, and that’s certainly true when Anna Beecher is involved. A writer, performer, storyteller and poet, she writes and delivers creative and vibrant work that thrives on ... Read More


Central London

Gong @ The Shangri-La

Published on June 17th, 2016 | by Gavin

It’s understandable to come to the conclusion that any bar or restaurant located within Europe’s tallest building is a bit of a novelty, so the quality of food and drink would probably be an afterthought.  However, ... Read More


Central London

Hunter 486, Marble Arch

Published on June 6th, 2016 | by Ben Southwood

Hunter 486 bills itself as a fine dining restaurant, and though it’s situated in a lovely old-style W1 hotel, and though the dining room is very swanky and well put together, it isn’t really a fine ... Read More


Central London

Bodean’s BBQ

Published on June 2nd, 2016 | by Ben Southwood

I have a friend who was obsessed with Bodean’s. For a period of his life, he didn’t go more than a week without going. It got to the point where his girlfriend vetoed it and he ... Read More


Central London

La Petite Provence @ The Folly

Published on May 31st, 2016 | by Ben Southwood

Until the end of August, The Folly—a large restaurant and bar right by Monument with very modern design and decor—is hosting a “pop up” in one of its sections. It’s called “La Petite Provence”, and, unsurprisingly, ... Read More


Just Opened

Cottons, Notting Hill

Published on May 19th, 2016 | by Clarissa Waldron

Recently, a little bit of the Caribbean made its way to Notting Hill. No, the annual carnival didn’t take place three months early; instead Camden stalwart Cottons Caribbean Restaurant opened a brand new store on Notting ... Read More


LDN Experiences

Art Macabre Drawing Class, Shoreditch

Published on May 13th, 2016 | by Francesca Baker

Music and art are inextricably linked; in fact are one and the same in many ways. And the artwork of an album can often be as treasured as the sounds it contains. Art Macabre’s latest project ... Read More


Central London

Rustiko, Soho

Published on May 10th, 2016 | by Clarissa Waldron

When deciding where to eat in Soho, the choice is endless, which can be overwhelming, and like any tourist trap the potential for restaurants to make money of the back of diners (ushering them in and ... Read More


LDN Experiences

Amba Chefs Supperclub

Published on May 6th, 2016 | by Gavin

Amba Chefs are a foursome of ladies from around the world who have used their love of food to create friendships together and launched their catering business. But not content with that, the women, Angela, Monica, Beth, ... Read More


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