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Hawaiian Burgers at Kua’Aina, Goodge Street

When Kua’Aina opened, a mere stones throw from my old office, I wasn’t interested at all. Hawaiian burger joint? Sounded like a gimmick to me, and I’m precious about my burgers. It turns out that I’d made a bit of…

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Alcoholic Architecture

London is stupid. I live in a city where the simple act of going for a drink just doesn’t cut it for most of us. We’re presented with ‘immersive’ experiences, pop-ups and quirky concepts. I’ve drunk cocktails from vintage jelly…

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What I’ve Been Eating #5

I’m a firm believer that if you live in London there is hardly any excuse to eat shit food. Yes, we all fall for a Pret for lunch when we need something quick, but that’s about convenience (and give me…

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An Afternoon on London’s Southbank

As London tourist traps go, the Southbank is way up there as one of the places I go out of my way to avoid. It’s a fantastic area of the city, crammed full of weird and wonderful sights and different…

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Dinner at Shoryu, Kingly Court

  Cronuts, burgers, pulled pork; us Londoners love a food craze. Over the last year ramen has joined the ranks of the city’s favourite dishes with restaurants dedicated to the stuff popping up everywhere. I still haven’t made it to…

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Exploring London by Bike

I haven’t ridden a bike in at least five years. When I lived in York I cycled everywhere (and that place is full of hills so my arse was AMAZING), but the thought of riding a bike in London has…

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Dinner at Smoking Goat, Soho

The thing with trying to find somewhere to eat in London is that everywhere looks so unassuming. Some of the best places I’ve eaten at have little-to-no branding and only seat 20 people max. Smoking Goat looks like a standard…

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Three Alternative Nights Out in London

I’m rubbish at going ‘out-out’. I hate crowds, I hate drunk people, I cannot wear heels for an entire evening and for the most part, the music is shite. I will occasionally hit the town, but generally that will include…

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To Kill a Mockingbird at The Barbican

To Kill a Mockingbird is, without a doubt, my favourite book of all time. I first read it for GCSE English and I distinctly remember being on holiday with my family somewhere in England, stuck in the back of the…


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