TASTE OF SUMMER.

Nothing screams summer more than Taste of London at Regents Park in 26 degrees, sipping blush rosè and tasting the cities most famous dishes. And nothing says middle class more than what I just said. If you still don't know about Taste then you've obviously been living under an anti-foodie rock these past few years... Continue Reading →

FULLER’S SECRET SUPPER.

Now that I'm back on the blogging bandwagon, the invitations just keep coming. This week I got to check out yet another Fuller's Kitchen venue; The Sail Loft at Cutty Sark. I was one of the lucky ones selected to sample their simple but delicious menu and was overjoyed to be back in my element... Continue Reading →

THE HYDRANT.

It's been a while since I last posted anything on here. I've started a new job and had one of the bussiest months of my life, it feels good to be back though.  I've had to turn down a fair few invitations over the last few weeks but can finally breathe a little bit again... Continue Reading →

LEMAN STREET TAVERN.

As far as I'm aware, not much goes down in Aldgate East. It's not somewhere I've been to many times or a place that you think of for a night out but it's just a 15 minute walk from Liverpool Street station and this evening I discovered one of its gems. The Leman Street Tavern's... Continue Reading →

THE BETJEMAN ARMS @ ST PANCRAS. 

When you're invited to dinner in a train station you're not really sure what to expect right? I mean I wasn't expecting much from a pub I'd never heard of, slap bang in the middle of St Pancras international. But I was so, so wrong to underestimate The Betjeman Arms and have nothing but praise for... Continue Reading →

THE SHIP TAVERN.

Tonight I experienced The Ship Tavern in Holborn and can safely say it's a front runner for best pub grub I've ever had. They call themselves Holborn's best kept secret and I definitely agree. I'm not sure why they needed to invite me along because they're certainly not short of customers but they did and... Continue Reading →

SCOFF & BANTER TEA ROOMS. 

Scoff & Banter Tea Rooms recently opened on the first floor of the Radisson Blu hotel just off Oxford Street and I was amongst a lucky group of people that were invited to come and test out their prosecco afternoon tea. Tuesday afternoons don't really get much better than unlimited glasses of Bottega Gold and... Continue Reading →

BILL’S.

Bill's is one of those restaurants I've walked passed a thousand times but have never visited. It's always busy and I've heard good things but I've just never had a reason to go. Their new summer menu has changed that though. Tonight I got to sample a few of the new dishes they've got on offer... Continue Reading →

TASTING GIN & DISCOVERING SAKE.

This week I got to do 2 very unusual things. I went on a tasting tour of London and to a Sake masterclass at Vinopolis. I won't go into too much detail on either because that would give away all the fun but if you're into history, drinking or learning then you should give them... Continue Reading →

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