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My WeekendNotes - 25
'I'm taking you out for cake!' announced my friend and sure enough that afternoon I found myself waiting to be seated at... [more]
Terroirs is tucked away down a surprisingly quiet road just off Trafalgar Square. Given the hustle and bustle that's usu... [more]
You'll be in a bit of trouble if you go to Steak and Lobster in Bloomsbury and you don't like steak or lobster because t... [more]
If you're going to try an oyster for the first time, I'm not sure there's a better place to do it than at The Company Sh... [more]
I'd heard good things about the food and produce at Hartley Farm. The farm, shop and cafe, lies in Winsley, Bradford-upo... [more]
It's easy to see why Turville is one of Britain's most popular television and film locations. Nestled in the Chiltern Hi... [more]
As a dear friend remarked to me before our visit to The Vintage Patisserie; 'Cake and bubbles. I was never going to miss... [more]
Dr Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is going about her business during a routine space walk to service the Hubble Space Teles... [more]
Ask anyone to name a Royal Racecourse and they'll probably respond with 'Ascot.' But Royal Windsor Racecourse boasts bei... [more]
In literature of every kind, the five and a half mile stretch of the River Thames Path from Marlow to Cookham is describ... [more]
If we are what we eat, then Kew Gardens summer festival gives us plenty of food for thought. 'IncrEdibles' is a celebrat... [more]
25/05/2013 - 01/09/2013
Just about an hour from London by train lies the pretty market town of Henley-on-Thames, right on one of the most beauti... [more]
The moniker of 'Best Fish and Chips' can be found emblazoned on many an establishment throughout this fair isle, bringin... [more]
Think of the times when you go to your friends houses for food or drinks. You ring the doorbell, the person who opens th... [more]
In the last five years alone, Chelsea Football Club has won, amongst other plaudits, a league title, three FA Cups, a Co... [more]
'Authentic' is a word that seems to be flung around with abandon when it comes to describing restaurants and food and so... [more]
It's the 1950's and in rural France, Rose Pamphyle looks set to marry the local mechanic and spend her days as a housewi... [more]
It's heartening to hear that a neighbourhood restaurant, which has only been open since January, had to turn some thirty... [more]
If you'd wandered into The French House in Soho around 70 years ago, you may well have exchanged pleasantries with Charl... [more]
Lammas Park in South Ealing has come a long way since it was known as 'Lammas land' and was used by manor tenants in med... [more]
It was a freezing, snowy day and we were feeling full of winter when we stumbled upon Down to Earth in Kensington. But w... [more]
It's common knowledge that Knightsbridge is synonymous with shopping, as it boasts the world famous Harrods department s... [more]
A stone's throw from Whitstable beach and just off the Kentish town's main high street, The Whitstable Oyster Company Re... [more]
In the attractive area of Earlsfield in Wandsworth, a short stroll from Earlsfield Station, Mel's Café Bar and Garden ca... [more]
Keen for a little laid back, cost effective merriment, a quartet of us made our first visit to Amused Moose, a comedy ni... [more]