Spray That Moët!

Moet and Chandon Champagne NOW
The 11th of June 1967 changed everything. Especially if you love your bubbly. Read on to find out what I am going on about. The 11th of June 1967 saw the winner of the Le Mans race, Dan Gurney become the first to celebrate his win by impulsively spraying the…
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Let’s Brunch (Berlin Style)

Brunch. My one true love. <3 There is nothing more that pleases me than a good brunch surrounded by family, friends and food. The only way you could top that in my eyes; is by adding champagne and a mimosa or two (read ten!). So when EatFirst invited me to…
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Lantana Cafe

The problem with being a blogger is that you end up with a lot of blogger friends. Although I really like having friends who are a bloggers, I feel really bad for my non-blogging friends who end up going out with me for a meal. Why you ask? It’s not…
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Holborn Dining Room

I love a good old brasserie. There is something really comforting about going to a grand French style brasserie to catch up with old friends and enjoy some food (and wine) in a relaxed setting. Considering I hadn’t been to one in a very long time, I dragged Seb, Imi…
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Penkul and Banks

As you already know, I love a good brunch! I love scouting for new brunch locations and when I find a good one, it genuinely makes my day. Last Sunday, was one of these days. What if I told you, I know of a place that serves up two small…
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Beef and Pudding

If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you probably know I am a massive fan of Beef and Pudding. Since I first visited on the opening night a few months back, I have gone back quite a few times. So much so that even the manager there knows me…
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Red Dog South, Clapham

Yesterday was messy. Very messy. All we wanted to do was get into the foetal position and cry ourselves to sleep (exaggeration much?) this morning. Food is always the answer isn’t it? On that note, Tess suggested we try this relatively new place Red Dog South in Clapham. Its sister restaurant…
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Moose Coffee

Moose Coffee is one of my favourite brunch places in Manchester. It’s nestled prominently in the corner of Fountain Street and York Street, perfect for a quick brunch while out shopping in the city centre or for a hangover cure after a night out, which is what brought me to…
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Androuet

When it comes to cheese, I trust the French wholeheartedly and when my friend Florence (a Parisian) suggested that we try out this little French restaurant and fromagerie at the edge of old Spitalfields market called Androuet, I was definitely not going to say no. I was in London last weekend so…
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French Bruschetta

Sometimes the simplest ingredients make the best meals and this French Burschetta is no different. I love it because it’s so simple yet so full of flavour. Perfect for a lazy Sunday brunch or for a light lunch or dinner. And its not too heavy on the waist either. You can’t…
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