Last summer – which seems a long time ago right now – we were introduced to Cranes Cranberry & Blood Orange Liqueur when we were invited to the final of the Cranes Liqueur cocktail competition. It was a fun evening … Continue reading A Cranberry Christmas with Cranes
Ritorno, the elegant Italian restaurant on Chelsea’s King’s Road has teamed up with iconic Italian drinks brand Campari this year, to transform its outdoor terrace into an Alpine wonderland until the end of February 2018. The heated terrace, designed by … Continue reading Ritorno Campari Winter Terrace
One of my go-to places when Christmas shopping is Carluccio’s and it has been for many many years. Here I can find everything from Christmas presents for my foodie friends to stocking fillers and Secret Santa goodies to ingredients … Continue reading Carluccio’s Christmas – Quite Simply The Best Of Italy
The Courtesan in Brixton re-launched this September after an extensive refurbishment and this dim sum restaurant/tea room/cocktail bar/late night live entertainment venue which combines the exoticism and rituals of ancient china with the legendary clubs of 1920s Shanghai is certainly … Continue reading Celebrating The Female Spirit At The Courtesan
After a very successful summer residence, Skylight has returned to London’s Wapping bigger and better than before and this time with a decidedly wintry theme. Think ice skating, cosy blankets, cheesy fondue and mulled wine and you get the picture. … Continue reading Skylight Returns to Tobacco Dock – With Skates On!
Just over a year ago Leyton welcomed a new pub, The Leyton Star, and now neighbouring Leytonstone has its own star, the newly opened The Heathcote and Star. Like all of Rob Star’s pubs in the small but very successful … Continue reading The Heathcote and Star – A New Star For Leytonstone
I hope you all enjoyed visiting Bangarang on the Queen of Hoxton’s rooftop this summer; it was great, wasn’t it? All good things must come to an end, but, to be honest, I don’t really care as long as long … Continue reading A Moroccan Medina High Above Hoxton