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flat iron covent garden

LONDON | A good yet affordable steak is hard to find in London, well for me at least. After seeking high and low could the search be coming to an end? Perhaps. Nestled in Henrietta street in Covent Garden, is one of the five Flat Iron restaurants, the brainchild of

arlinda bala london baker

LONDON | Arlinda Bala’s notorious mega cake concoctions, endless selection of bakery treats and savoury foods, continue to #breaktheinternet over and over again. You only have to take a peek at her social media (@eatwitharli) pages to see the legions of tweets and comments in awe over her edible masterpieces.

world of tales german gymnasium kings cross

LONDON | The World of Tales is a fairy tale-inspired terrace which has recently launched at D&D London-owned bar and restaurant, German Gymnasium in Kings Cross. We were recently invited to the launch and popped in to see what this winter pop-up was all about. The roof terrace has been

twisted london

LONDON | Twisted London is the first ever delivery-only restaurant from a social channel, and we were recently invited to attend the launch. Twisted was founded in March 2016 by Jungle Creations and first began purely as a Facebook page. Twisted now has over eight million followers across its various

coq d'argent bank

LONDON | Sumptuous, Quality and Fine. Three words that come to mind when looking back on my dining experience at Coq D’Argent in Bank. The restaurant is accessible through a private glass lift that swiftly delivers guests into the rooftop entrance and one of London’s most picturesque terrace gardens overlooking

archer street piste bar soho

LONDON | December is only just upon us and we’re already being swarmed by countless festive markets and winter pop-ups. Many of these spaces are crudely put together to sell some overpriced mulled wine or useless knick knacks to visitors, but Archer Street’s annual winter makeover is known for being

big easy bar.b.q lobstershack covent garden

LONDON | There’s spoiling yourself and then there’s borderline sinful gluttony. Guess which one we went for when dining at the Covent Garden branch of Big Easy? With three branches across London (Covent Garden, Canary Wharf and Kings Road), Big Easy Bar.B.Q & Lobstershack have solidified their reputation as one

vicino parsons green

LONDON | For nearly thirty years, Vicino has been serving authentic Italian food to residents of Parsons Green. We were invited to dine here, and with fresh lobsters from Billingsgate Fish Market, yummy pasta, a good selection of wine, and tiramisu on the menu, it wasn’t hard to say yes.

jam tree clapham

LONDON | Following on from the success of the Chelsea site is The Jam Tree’s second site, nestled in Old Town, Clapham. On the outside it looks like any other gastropub but step through the fancy automatic doors and look a little closer – it offers much more. The spacious

LONDON | The World’s End is a Grade II listed public house in Chelsea dating back to 1897, and it was most recently renovated in 2015 as The World’s End Market. We were invited to try out the special meat focused menu, the result of a partnership with world-class Spanish