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My WeekendNotes - 36
I think it's fair (see what I did there?) to say that vintage and antique fairs can be a bit of a mixed bag in London. I... [more]
London's sample sales are the stuff of legends. The problem is, they're usually a pretty well kept secret by the big fas... [more]
Ok, so the job market is horrendous worldwide, apart from perhaps, Australia. Otherwise, the streets of Europe are most ... [more]
For those of us afflicted with diseases that make gluten and vegan cake the only opportunity to gorge on chocolate, past... [more]
A trip to Broadway Market is one of London's must-see, must-do adventures. Open every Saturday, it's brash, loud, fu... [more]
Brixton Village: what a Mecca for those of us unfortunate to live so far away from the culinary delights of Soho and the... [more]
"This tea is really something. I love it." says Nigel Slater on the second page of the menu. Does he? Well, he should do... [more]
Easter Sunday lunch evokes a nostalgic memory: thick sweet gravy poured lovingly over fillets of tender meat, crunchy fr... [more]
31/03/2013
Yes, you read correctly. A really ripe banana. Most banana bread recipes call for heaps of the blackest bananas in order... [more]
A review of this restaurant must be written and published on Weekend Notes, not only in an attempt to dissuade visitors ... [more]
'Sushi' or what British people know as sushi is fast overtaking the British craze for salads, which overtook the cra... [more]
Vegetarians are so used to getting an equally good deal when it comes to dining out, that we forget sometimes that bre... [more]
Battersea Arts Centre is used to hosting innovative productions, and occasionally the word innovative doesn't go far... [more]
21/03/2013 - 23/03/2013
At some point my subconscious must have informed my brain that at some point spending my Friday evening sitting in a... [more]
It was 10.30pm. I'd been at Battersea Arts Centre for three hours, one of which was spent sitting in the pitch black... [more]
London has a dearth of excellent Mexican restaurants. As other writers on this site have pointed out, Wahaca is London's... [more]
March resolutions just don't sound as sexy as January resolutions, and yet it has been a good two months since I threw d... [more]
London: synonymous with pace, speed and rapidity is not the first city that comes to mind when you consider indulging in... [more]
Drifting past the Old Vic at 7pm on a Saturday evening was putting temptation in our path to say the least. I was att... [more]
08/03/2013 - 25/05/2013
It's a Saturday which means one thing, for the guys and gals who descend on Brick Lane: a miasma of cultures and purpose... [more]
The 17th March, 2013 was one of the rare occasions that 19 Princelet Street was open to the public. An unlikely combinat... [more]
21/03/2013 - 25/03/2013
Anywhere that serves a Long Island Iced Tea in a tea-pot gets my vote. Kaff Bar Brixton is an unassuming neighbourho... [more]
This is the third time I've walked halfway across London just to get my coffee fix at a new favourite café, and for the ... [more]
Brixton feels like a different city nestled in the heart of London. It's now my nearest tube stop, and every time I go, ... [more]
My mother had come to visit me from the northern countryside and she was tired and moody. Her feet dragged about 10 metr... [more]
If you have allergies then getting breakfast or lunch when out and about can be a pain in the behind. As a vegetari... [more]
Chocolate: women seem to live and die by the stuff, and I am no exception. I used to be able to consume an entire 250g b... [more]
London is riddled with underground rivers, passageways and railways. The tube transports 1107 million passengers every y... [more]
The sign on the wall opposite me states 'Cask: leading the craft beer revolution since 2009'. The Cask has a dizzyin... [more]
If, like me, you're constantly engaged in the search for a café with squishy sofas, accessible tables and an atmosphere ... [more]
Billed as serving 'traditional Turkish food', Kazan Kitchen has created a miniature empire on Wilton Street in Pimlico... [more]
Pimlico is not known as a hotbed of gastronomy. It is known as an area of restraint, class and quiet wealth. There i... [more]
London: fast-paced and reckless, this city is not usually associated with romantic trysts and loved up couples. But for ... [more]
From the outside Bibimbap looked like any other Asian joint between the grotty end of Oxford Street and the swankier... [more]
This powerhouse of vegan and raw-diet following friendly food can be found on the top floor of Wholefoods Market; my per... [more]
Last night, I had one of the best meals I have ever eaten. I have travelled to Thailand, to Malaysia, to New York and to... [more]