A taste of Italy in Elephant and Castle

Amongst the bustle of London Bridge and the cultural hub of South Bank, you will find Elephant and Castle. Simply known as “Elephant” to the locals, it hangs in the shadows of its modern day neighbours with its post-war jumble of tower blocks and gloomy pedestrian subways. Despite its shabby appearance, Elephant and Castle is…

Megan’s By The Green, Fulham

There’s a new Insta-worthy brunch spot in south west London, well, Parsons Green to be precise. Megan’s by the Green is a cosy looking restaurant, right opposite PG tube station, with an impressive canopy of blossom and fairy lights dangling above the heads of the eager brunch goers below. This place screams romance, just look at it!

Food-nastics at German Gymnasium

Lunch dates are one of life’s great rewards. When my Mum and sister came to visit, I leapt at the opportunity to book us a table at one of London’s most talked about restaurant openings, German Gymnasium.

Afternoon Tea at Fortnum and Mason

Having a ‘cuppa’ tea is something of an English tradition. In fact, we drink 165 million cups of the hot stuff every single day and we love nothing more than popping the kettle on in a bid to solve life’s great dilemma. It’s a reason to break away from our desk at work for a…

Discovering Thomas’s Café at Burberry

Famous for its trench coats, live streamed catwalk shows and iconic plaid, Burberry has a long history in fashion and a superstar following to prove its worth. Inside their London flagship store at 121 Regent Street, you will find Thomas’s – named after its founder – an all-day chic café serving a British menu of…

A New Chapter for Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station has been one of those easily recognisable landmarks of London throughout the ages. Having laid dormant since 1983, a major project has been under way to redevelop the historical site under the watchful eye of its new Malaysian owners. Despite work continuing on the power station itself (Apple are moving their London…

Rail House Cafe, London

One of the few positives to come out of the major refurb of Victoria in Belgravia, London, is the Rail House Cafe. They’ve joined a flurry of new restaurants and bars opening in the local area so I decided to cycle over and see what’s been cookin’.

Little Bird, Battersea

After spotting these guys on Instagram, I’ve been looking for an excuse to dine here for a good few months now. Well, that time arrived when a cure for holiday blues was only to be remedied by the Asian-inspired palm tree paradise of Little Bird on Battersea Rise.

Meat-Free Dining at Ethos, London

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a hot topic of discussion amongst us Londoners. It often becomes a mind maze when knowing where to graze while on the go. As someone who regularly includes meat in their diet, I was a little hesitant to try out a vegetarian restaurant for lunch but I was pleasantly surprised.

Taste of London

Whether you’re a budding foodie, a cocktail enthusiast or gastronome extraordinaire, Taste of London is the perfect festival to add to your summer calendar. Rolling through the gates of Regent’s Park every year, the four-day festival is a paradise full of tasty food bites and refreshing tipples put on for you by some of London’s…

Brunch in Battersea Park, London

With British Summer Time in full swing, there’s nothing better than grabbing a bite to eat in the sunshine with your friends. I happily give you one of the newest outdoor hotspots in the heart of London’s Battersea Park. After a refurb during the winter, Pear Tree Café has been brought to life by Annabel Partridge and…

A Floral Safari in Chelsea

Going on safari in South Africa has been one of my favourite experiences in life so I was delighted to see that it was the theme of this year’s Chelsea in Bloom to coincide with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017. Grab a map and a pair of bins at the makeshift Safari Lodge in Sloane Square and take…