London’s Hip Hop Brunch

For those of you that have never experienced the delights of Hip Hop Brunch let me share with you what’s in store if you decide to try what’s been voted “the best brunch in London.” I bought tickets for the 100th hip hop brunch (it takes place every Saturday), the location is always kept secret […]

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2016/2017 TAG (Q&A)

Hey all! The lovely Zee tagged me in this chain tag which is basically a fun little Q&A created by David! The questions looked rather easy but when I got down to answering them, I had to think and introspect quite a bit. So, if you’d like to find out a little more about me or […]

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My Best Burgers in 2016

I am a big fan of all things beef (and occasionally chicken) and I wanted to share with you the best burgers I have tried in London in 2016: 1. Patty and bun   Without doubt the best burger I have tried this year – specifically the Ari Gold. Whilst the burgers are a little […]

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Cooking Cocktails – Breaking Bad Style

I’ve been a huge fan of Breaking Bad for years which coupled with my thirst for trying weird and wonderful things in London found me stumbling across a place called ABQ London aka the Heisenberg bar. On Thursday night my Google maps led me to a rusty, old RV, parked in an abandoned parking lot […]

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Dining in an igloo

My latest exploration in London  took  me to the pop up Igloo’s outside Coppa Club in Tower Hill. I had seen them advertised a few weeks back and as soon as they were featured in Time Out magazine, the spots were sold out for the rest of 2017 in less than a day. however I […]

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Are Londoners Heartless?

I have always loved London (well, for the 18 months that I have lived here anywhere) and defended the city and its people whenever its been called out as cold and heartless. Don’t you know that people down here are busy? I would answer back, that we work longer hours and have a million things […]

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Ballie Ballerson

A review of the latest Dalston pop up – Ballie Ballerson

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‘Ghosting’ – the latest dating craze

Having been single for a while now, I have found dating pretty tough (hopefully I’m not the only one). I spent my teenage years in an area near Liverpool ( for those of you that are interested it’s called the Wirral – most people haven’t heard of it and think I’ve made it up, but […]

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A mac and cheesy from Burger Craft

Location: The White Ferry House, Victoria Choice: Messy Mac and Cheese Price: £9 Rating: 6/10 I visited this place on a date and was worried about how messy the burger would be to it as I’d been eyeing up the menu during the day and was keen to try the ‘messy mac and cheese.’ Thankfully […]

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