London

Explore: Marmite Afternoon Tea at The Botanist

When I told people I was going to this event the reaction was predictably split between “OHMYGOD WHERE IS IT AND HOW DO I GET A TICKET?” and “Why on earth would you want to go to that?!”. Marmite really…

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Food: Dinner by Heston

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know I’m more of a Wahaca/Pizza Express type girl. But on Friday I had the opportunity to eat at a restaurant that’s just been voted the 9th best in the world,…

Food: Ceviche

If I asked you to name a national Peruvian dish, could you honestly answer? Everyone know Argentina for their steaks, and Mexico for their tacos and tequila, but Peru’s food isn’t as obvious. It turns out it’s ceviche, the dish…

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Food: Burger & Lobster

Pic from www.squaremeal.co.uk Hidden down a little street in Mayfair is a queue of people. To get a table at Burger and Lobster you have to time your arrival perfectly. As another one of London’s new ‘no reservation’ restaurants (like…

Food: Wahaca

There are so many places to eat in London that it’s hard not to get overwhelmed. The pressure is on to find the next amazing place that’s hidden down a seemingly skanky side street that serves homemade, organic, fresh food…

Food: Tapped & Packed

One thing I love about working in central London is if you need something you can get it. One of the world’s most famous shopping streets is just around the corner from my office, but I’m not here to talk…

London

Food: Pitt Cue Co, London

I think I’ve found my new favourite place to eat. No, scrap that. I’ve DEFINITELY found my new favourite place to eat. Following a steady build of praise and acclaim over many blogs, newspapers and websites, Pitt Cue Co started…