The Ned – An evening in Manhattan

Bank, the heart of the square mile, is a pulsating intersection that manages a constant flow of Routemasters and footfall from all over the City of London. Here some of the U.K.’s most historic buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with striking modern architecture, an eclectic mix that combines old and new, reminiscent of scenes from…

La Farola Cafe – Upper Street

After a fantastic dining experience at Tuyo, Hackney we were eager to visit sister restaurant La Farola Cafe which, also under the guise of Chef Ricardo, offers a tapas menu to be marvelled. With the feel of a local hangout, La Farola leverages quality local and Spanish produce, bringing a taste of Espana to hungry…

Wright Brothers Spitalfields – Bombay Sapphire Terrace

We all love a trip to Spitalfields. Whether its browsing market stalls, sampling authentic street food, exporing the surrounding Shoreditch or all of the above. And with the introduction of The Kitchens providing new locations for existing London restaurants and a permenant home for graduating street food vendors, there’s even more to explore under one…

Street Food Trailblazers, KERB, Celebrate Their 5th Birthday

This October, KERB celebrate 5 years of street food trailblazing with a star-studded birthday bonanza bigger and better than ever before. They’ll be celebrating their big bash with a TWO NIGHTER party at their King’s Cross Canopy home PLUS a whole month of birthday magic in the lead up to pay homage to the journey…

Suvlaki – Our big fat Greek dinner

Brick Lane, famed as London’s epicentre for food, music and art is a true melting pot of everything exciting in London’s east end. Graffiti clad, this one street speaks volumes for London’s diversity with live street performers, alternate markets and food from all over the world readily available. So where better to dine Greek style,…

Tuyo – A taste of the Mediterranean

Broadway Market is famed for its bustling Saturday street stalls selling everything from artisan pastries and fresh coffee to vintage fur coats. However, market aside, it’s also home to some of the most exciting restaurant openings in London. With former Salt Yard chef Ricardo Pimentel at the helm, alongside the team behind La Farola and Gallipoli…

Swingers LDN- crazy golf, cocktails and street food

Whether you are a member of the City of London’s suited brigade or not, the square mile has a tonne on offer when it comes to food, drink and entertainment. These include fanciful bars, American smokers, draft houses, medieval banquet halls and cabaret venues to name but a few, all of which (somehow) seamlessly integrate…

46 & Mercy – Spitalfields

Tucked away in the heart of Spitalfields, 46 & Mercy is London’s newest creative event space. The venue was relaunched this autumn with a night of music, live art and cocktails that showcased its transformation from speakeasy cocktail bar into an engaging creative event space. Sitting below renowned American smoker HotBox comes with its pros,…

Casa Velha – Quinta do Lago

Awe inspiring views of the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve play the perfect backdrop to Quinta do Lago’s fine dining restaurant Casa Velha. The long-standing and much celebrated culinary venue re-opened in 2015 with a brand new look, retaining its class and incredible flavours. Casa Velha is headed up by Chef Yannick, who’s creative style of…

Ugly Dumpling – Newburgh Street

As any visitor to London’s West End will know, the buzz around Caranby Street is hard to ignore. With its rich heritage as an epicentre of London culture and lifestyle, Carnaby attracts millions of visitors per year and has become home to some of the Capitals most exciting names in food. Hungry wanderers will therefore…