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The Faulty Towers Theatrical Dining Experience

I’ve written before about the importance of British comedy in my life and Fawlty Towers has always been one of my favourite TV shows. So imagine my surprise when, sat making bath bombs at a Joe Blogs event, I see…

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Udon Noodles at Koya, Soho

I’ve made a mistake. Koya has been on my ‘to-eat’ list for months but it’s only when I found out that it was closing on 31st May that I finally got around to actually paying a visit. A few weeks…

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Dinner at Grain Store, King’s Cross

I don’t really need much of an excuse to try a new restaurant, but having a friend visit from overseas is a pretty good reason to try something different. Grain Store sits in a little area at the back of…

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Brunch at The Soda Works by Square Root

A couple of weeks ago, the wonderful Jasmin Charlotte invited me to a meet-up she was holding in Covent Garden. I got to meet lots of lovely bloggers including Etta and Lucy, and we instantly clicked over our mutual love of food. When…

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Dinner at Whyte & Brown, Soho

Have you been to Kingly Court recently? Where did all the new restaurants come from?! It’s three levels of far-too-exciting, I didn’t really know where to start. We headed into Whyte & Brown which is spread across the ground and…

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Morty & Bob’s Grilled Cheese Pop-Up

When an email pops into your inbox on a miserable mid-week afternoon inviting you to a grilled cheese tasting, it’s hard not to jump up from desk and do a little happy dance. If you’re a regular visitor to these pages, you’ll…

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Lunch at Soupe du Jour, City of London

When I was invited along to taste the wares of Soupe du Jour, I was intrigued but not necessarily excited. I mean, soup is soup, right? To me it just brings connotations of grabbing a quick lunch from Sainsbury’s when it’s…

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Fondue at Androuet, Spitalfields

One of life’s basic pleasures is cheese. Forget long walks on the beach, the smell of freshly cut grass and all those other cliches, just give me a plate of cheese and I’m a happy lady. It can come in…

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[Food] Trade, Commercial Street

I once had an argument with a friend about what time counts as brunch. On a weekend I could eat breakfast at 1pm if I’m feeling particularly lazy and can’t quite bring myself to go to the shop and buy…