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My WeekendNotes - 623
Ah, Bicester Village — the soul-less menagerie of designer shops, just left of the M41 — has a frankly beguiling attract... [more]
It's not often that I'm lost for words when it comes to food, but Sushi Passion in the Great Western Arcade had me mumbl... [more]
The King's Head was refurbished a few years ago. I didn't quite believe the hype that it was any better as I'd alway... [more]
I don't necessarily like Chinese cuisine and I particularly hate dumplings, steamed or fried. I'm just not keen. But a f... [more]
Avli's is the local find in Hersonissos, in Crete, or Creta as the locals say. It's a slightly-hidden restaurant that my... [more]
Essington Fruit Farm, in simple terms, is a playground for the green fingered amongst us and food enthusiasts. M... [more]
I wrote about York's before, but that's when the little cafe had its spot at the top of Bennett's Hill, adjacent to Colm... [more]
Bank restaurant in Brindley Place is one of the few restaurants in Birmingham that warrant the title of fine dining, and... [more]
Bloomsbury is famed for being lovely, with delis and patisseries common beasts littering every corner, but what sets For... [more]
Oh Greenwich, you darling beauty you. I now understand why you're a hotspot for tourists, culture vultures, and those in... [more]
I love a good little cafe, and this one at the end (right at the end, keep walking), of Berwick Street, is my favourite,... [more]
Nope, The Botanist is not an individual who likes to be known by their job title, nor somewhere that celebrates all ... [more]
Brown and Green is one of those places that defines Crystal Palace for me: slightly tucked away, fiercely independent, w... [more]
Soho's Berwick Street is a bit of a sweet spot for me and my cousin - we're always sipping tea in the cute and terri... [more]
Sometimes you just want cheap, tasty, Italian fare, and Zizzi's is exactly that: uncomplicated, straightforward Ital... [more]
Primrose is a darling area at best of times, but coupled with Greenberry, the neighbourhood eatery, perfect for brunch, ... [more]
Post-beach in the 42 degree heat, my sisters and I were desperate for water, food, but mostly the respite of air con. As... [more]
Underwhelmed. Or at least that's how I initially felt about Jackson and Rye American-style brunch spot in Soho. I've be... [more]
You either love or hate sushi, and I've always been on the other end of the spectrum, vehemently ruling out raw, wobbly,... [more]
Now I've head of Andina - it's one of the sister restaurants to original G Ceviche, founded by genius (where is he from?... [more]
Too often am I bored, numb to the new London health food joints that promise wealth and happiness. Wild Food Cafe doesn'... [more]
The Cosy Club reigning high on Bennetts Hill demands attention, thanks to its 1830's original features that make the for... [more]
I typically steer clear of well-known, established spas, preferring the smaller finds with a knowledgeable masseuse. But... [more]
My love of Japanese cuisine knows no end and anyone who's anyone knows about Roka: the high-end Japanese restaurants pop... [more]
There's something in this liquor… surely? Sitting back, eyeing my latte carefully before I take a measured slurp, mu... [more]
Raw anything is terribly de rigeur, no? Raw salads, raw breakfasts, raw living. Besides the awful-hipster approach to li... [more]
Those Shoreditch hangs are a dime a dozen, but HotBox, around the corner from Spitalfields market, has a dark appeal: th... [more]
So I thought I'd try the need-it-now food trend that is sourdough pizza. I don't buy in to such hype normally, but my fr... [more]
Forty Dean Street, as the name suggests, is the Italian restaurant on Dean Street. The food was average, but it'... [more]
Latin American food does something to me. Not only do Peruvian, Brazilian and Argentine foods remind me of happier times... [more]
It has a livelier vibe than the city centre one. Maybe because it's new, or because the crowd, although a mix of parents... [more]
Work trips can be a nightmare for diets, so I scoped out the nearest health-food store near our hotel on my latest inter... [more]
The bikini game is strong these days. Over the past three years the world of swimwear has become something women are... [more]
Sanctum Soho is the hotel slap bang in the middle of Soho, close to Whole Foods Market and a mere walk behind Oxford str... [more]
The new deli cum cafe on Beckenham High Street, with its bright space and outdoor seating is the new cafe this end of th... [more]
The Gaslamp District in San Diego is where it's all at. California's chilled city has plenty to offer in this part of to... [more]
The Street Feast Model market is real good. That's the only way to describe it. Real good and real cool. Model M... [more]
17/04/2015 - 25/09/2015
The Grand Mosque on Sheik Zayed road is just that - grand, pristine, and quintessentially, proudly, Arabian. The... [more]
I love a healthy, my kind of healthy cafe. Not the ones that sell just bread and potatoes, but the ones that cate... [more]
Most hotels in Abu Dhabi are quite swanky and the hotel owners don't do things by half. Nowhere is this more prevale... [more]
Wholesome, heartfelt food that does as good as it looks is the ethos at Leopold's of London in the Galleria, just ou... [more]
Frozen yogurt has a special place in my heart, but finding somewhere for self-serve froyo is near impossible in the ... [more]
I wasn't impressed when I first heard of this place. My friend said we were meeting our friends here; they'd suggested i... [more]
Essex Road is Angel's equivalent to a High Street. Brimming with wants and pulls for the magpie-like customer, I found m... [more]
I felt like I'd missed a trick when I perused the menu at this familiar sports bar in Bromley town centre. Masco... [more]
Herne Hill Farmers Market is the slightly more tame version of the Brixton Farmers Market only fifteen minutes up the ro... [more]
I discovered Tanner & Co during the summer when I was having a wonder this side of London Bridge. As the sun beamed... [more]
Century Club is one of London's more approachable members' clubs, with the right amount of exclusivity. It's a muted, mi... [more]
If you know me, you understand I have an unparalleled love for frozen yogurt (froyo), irrespective of the weather. I... [more]
Mangio Pasta & Bottega is St. Paul's newest addition to the Italian quarter of the city. Not interested in competing, bu... [more]
When I first moved to the South East I wasn't familiar with my surroundings. In need of some food after a difficult day ... [more]
East Asian dumplings don't get any better than Mama Lan in Brixton, this side of SE London. Judging by the full o... [more]
My sisters and I were in Venice recently and in our bid to find San Marco Square we took a few wrong turns, and strolled... [more]
Lobster has recently come into its own. Much of the ilk of the luxe junk-food trend that has been all over London and in... [more]
Chain restaurants have a way of killing any sort of impulsive, off-the-cuff, why-not mood you're in. Generally, they chu... [more]
There's much talk about The Breakfast Club at London Bridge. Serving breakfast all day to locals and passers-by who know... [more]
Clapham was the area of choice for my best friend's 30th birthday meal. She chose the Japanese restaurant, Tsunami. It's... [more]
Print House Bar and Kitchen at Danes Bar in Stratford is a short walk from my friend's new home, so it made the perfect ... [more]
Ahh the sister company of the infamous meat liquor has opens its doors in Brixton. Chicken Liquor in Brixton is not a re... [more]
The Taste of London Winter Festival is coming to the Tobacco Dock (Wapping) in a matter of weeks, and after a crowd-pull... [more]
20/11/2014 - 23/11/2014
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