5 hidden gems in London Bridge

The spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own. London Bridge is one of my favourite areas in the city. So when I was asked to go explore the neighbourhood and share some recommendations and tips with you guys, I couldn’t refuse! With great transportation links to the main attractions and […]

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Din Tai Fung – London

If you are a bit familiar with London’s food scene, or the global one, you will have heard of Din Tai Fung. If you haven’t, let me bring you up to speed! Originally from Taiwan, Din Tai Fung is specialised in baos and buns. Their signature dish is the xiaolongbao, or soup bao, which contains […]

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Kulu Kulu Sushi – London

This post is not only a restaurant review, it is also a significant milestone for me! Kulu Kulu Sushi is my first ever sushi place recommendation! Let’s rewind for a minute, back in 2006, I had a major anaphylactic shock, the type where I could have died if left untreated for another 30 minutes or […]

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Only Human at The National Portrait Gallery – London

On a grim morning, zombie-walking to the tube, something grabbed my attention. An explosion of colour in the middle of the very greige city. A bright poster for Martin Parr’s Only Human exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery. It looked interesting and like the perfect thing to do during an April rainy weekend. That evening, […]

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Fishworks – London

On a cold and rainy February evening, Andrew and I headed to one of our favourite neighbourhoods in London, Marylebone, to celebrate my birthday. We were both keen to try a place we had noticed a while back, and using the excuse of me getting older we entered what looks like a regular fishmonger shop. […]

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Mamie’s – London

I used the excuse of Pancake Day last week to meet some friends at my favourite authentic French crêperie in London – Mamie’s. What is a crêperie some of you may ask? Well, it does exactly what it says on the tin, it is a restaurant which only serves crêpes (and galettes!). Traditionally from Brittany, […]

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28-50 Wine Workshop – London

As a blogger, there are two things I need to think of when writing – the people and the machine. What are you guys interested in? What do you want to know? What should I share with you? But also, what do I need to feed the SEO algorithm beast? What is my word count? […]

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Bottomless Brunch at Ask For Janice – London

My friend Chloé and I are both February babies, so last weekend we decided to celebrate with a bottomless brunch. We looked for the best ones to try in London and after a bit of research on Google, it was clear Ask For Janice was a favourite of many, plus they didn’t charge an extortionate […]

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