Inn The Park, St James’s Park

Chocolate Pot, Pistachio Brittle
Summer’s are made for lazy brunching over a table full of food surrounded by friends. Sunglasses on, wine flowing and the sun shining bright – it’s why we love the summer right? For those of us who can’t afford that weekend trip away to Sicily (I feel your pain!), I…
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Spray That Moët!

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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London Coffee Festival

You all know how much I love my coffee. I live and breathe the stuff! So when I was invited by the Union Hand Roasted Coffee to go along to the London Coffee Festival last week, I was definitely not going to say no. The London Coffee Festival is the…
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The Wolseley

I like to to think I know the London restaurant scene pretty well. I make a conscious effort to try them all – the trendy new restaurants that seems to pop up regularly around town as well as those old London institutions that have been here long before I was.…
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Restaurant Story

It’s pretty rare that you find a restaurant where everything comes together perfectly. The Fat Duck for example does some of the best food I have ever tasted but it’s Bray location can be quite a trek. Searcys at the Gherkin has some of the most exclusive views in town…
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Darwin Brasserie, Sky Garden

20 Fenchurch Street a.k.a the Walkie-Talkie building has quickly become one of my favourite landmarks in London. Its distinct shape and its unique top floor gardens with uninterrupted 360 degree views of the city is pretty special and I absolutely love it. Don’t tell the Shard. The Sky Garden that…
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Social Eating House

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you probably know that I am a big fan of Jason Atherton. One of his newest ventures, Berners Tavern (full review here) is my favourite place to dine in London right now (and with good reason too!). The Gordan Ramsay prodigy…
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Ziani’s, Chelsea

I am going to let you in on a secret today. One of London’s best kept secrets actually and it involves some very special Italian food and a bit of celebrity spotting. Tucked away on a quiet residential street just off the bustling Kings Road in the heart of Chelsea is…
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