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Young and coffee in varying degrees, Kat is currently Editor of London based travel review website World Reviewer, and works for Nestoria Australia. Prior to this she was other things. One of those was a dinosaur, another a princess.

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My WeekendNotes - 390 - Page 5
The Narrow is Gordon Ramsey but in pub form. Meaning pub-esque dishes and some pub staples, but with a bit more flash t... [more]
Done up in all its lights you can see London's Oxford Street when you approach London from the air, assuming your flight... [more]
In some countries Christmas isn't Christmas without eating a house for dessert: a house made of gingerbread. These are ... [more]
Unless you're a serving British serviceman or woman it's unlikely you'll have ever set foot on a ship of her majesty's f... [more]
The Trafalgar Tavern is one of those pubs that wears its age well – for although it was built in 1837, it's young for Gr... [more]
Most people know the Barbican exists, but not everyone knows this rabbit warren of a building houses a cinema as well as... [more]
The Greenwich Picturehouse is a cinema for people who really love film, not just people who like going to the movies on ... [more]
Of all the really great Vintage shops in London, The Girl Can't Help It is probably the most glamorous, from the cheeky ... [more]
Which came first, ice cream or freezers? This might not be quite as thought provoking a conundrum as chickens vs. eggs ... [more]
There are a few different reasons why you might find yourself approaching the charming old warehouse style building that... [more]
The hint is in the name, but these, traditional looking sushi bars, are a bit more inventive about sushi than you might ... [more]
For all its flaws the traditional Christmas dinner, after which the words 'with all the trimmings' belong, is one meal t... [more]
Scandinavian are known for clean lines and efficiency, which aren't always considered assets when it comes to food. But... [more]
There's nothing like the feeling of sporting a fabulous item of clothing that no one else has, and shopping vintage is o... [more]
Some people think of it as Asian tapas, but dim sum have been around for just as long and this many-small-portions-of-ma... [more]
There are two 'Robots' in London, and this, we can presume from the name is the larger one. (The other is called Tiny R... [more]
Ok, so it's more faux boho than actual boho, but Café Boheme is properly French, despite its location on the corner of O... [more]
If you don't venture under Richmond Bridge you might miss finding Tide Tables. From the town side it doesn't look like ... [more]
Arancina, or arancini to use the plural, are wonderful little golden balls of risotto the idea for which originated in S... [more]
Even in this city famous for its average weather, there are still some days when the thought of ice cream pops into your... [more]
Eadweard Muybridge was the man who famously proved that horses can fly. He had the eye of a photographer and the techno... [more]
Muffinski's do some of the best tastes-like-home-made-only-better muffins in London. In fact if you spent a year baking... [more]
Vintage shopping takes talent, patience, vision and determination, but the reward – looking good in your one of a kind d... [more]
Japanese culture is austere and traditional, while also being a little bit crazy. Crazy in a fun and colourful way. Or... [more]
In my family the job of making the Christmas pudding is a trusted and important role coveted by many, but held by my Gra... [more]
Christmas dinner isn't Christmas dinner without one or more people donning a paper crown and telling a bad joke or two, ... [more]
Byron is a restaurant chain with a tag line: "Proper Hamburgers". It's a fair claim, though many, far less nutritious o... [more]
Food comes in many colours – more than you might think, and it's supposed to be good for you to eat as many colours as p... [more]
The High Street Kensington branch is the largest of the UK's burgeoning collections of Whole Foods Markets. And it's pr... [more]
There are some nights when all you want is a stack of pancakes and the craving is so strong that you can't really wait u... [more]
Bluebird is cool. It offers a variety of cool spaces to eat, drink and people watch in – from its café, restaurant and ... [more]
The Harwood Arms is a pub. But it's a pub with a Michelin star. So it's not really an ordinary local pub. On its fo... [more]
'Mess' isn't the most apt name for the restaurant nestling up to the side of the Saatchi Gallery. Its high, white vault... [more]
New York, New York – it's a wonderful town. Apparently. One of its pleasures are its diners, open all hours and servin... [more]
Lots of pubs claim to be Thames-side, but there can't be that many that have their terrace flooded by the Thames when it... [more]
A lot of us would like to live "the good life", growing our own food and making more of our own essentials, which is why... [more]
There are quite a lot of nice Thames-side pubs, and Richmond has its fair share, but there are a few that prove to be a ... [more]
If the cakes loving reared and crafted at Outsider Tart aren't the best in London then someone had better tell me where ... [more]
If there's a single best place to locate a best of British restaurant in London at the moment it's gotta be that spot on... [more]
Need cake fast – for yourself or for someone else? Who should you call in a cake related emergency = Konditer and Cook, ... [more]
When you went to the cinema during its 'Golden Age' you'd often get twice for the price - in the form of a double featur... [more]
However much you fight it winter can put a bit of a dampener on your frolicking in the great outdoors, but there are a f... [more]
Zero Degrees is a bar. A bar and a brewery – or, as the smell might give away, a bar IN a brewery. Because, as well as... [more]
Hansel and Gretel is a timely tale for Christmas and one that almost every child knows. What could be more apt than a c... [more]
23/12/2010
The Savoy is one of London's nicest buildings, as well as being one of London's premier hotels, since it opened in 1889.... [more]
Kettners has pedigree, both from being quite old and well established - it opened in 1867 - and from being favoured by i... [more]
Walking into Browns on a hot summer afternoon is like you might imagine walking into the bar of a British hotel in some ... [more]
Dressing up as your favourite cartoon character might seem like something only kids do, but the young people of Japan ha... [more]
06/11/2010
Even before you thanked Mexico for tequila, you would have thanked Mexico for pińatas, those colourful, treat-filled han... [more]
There are lots of nice local pubs, but there are most likely nice local pubs that are local to your house, so why should... [more]
Some pubs sell it to you with their menu, some their selection of ales on tap, and some just boast a convivial landlord.... [more]
The Duke is a pub that does a lot of things right, but the reason it's a pub worth mentioning among London's many hundre... [more]
The Marlborough is on quite a quiet street on Richmond Hill, just back from Petersham Meadows and surrounded by some of ... [more]
If, when you attend the theatre, you have to keep your hand over your mouth to stop yourself from shouting out warnings ... [more]
There are three very persuasive reasons why you should do as much of your Christmas shopping as you can at a one of the ... [more]
Diana used to dine here in the day, and people used to fawn over her through the floor to ceiling windows. Then, as wel... [more]
Confucius says: playing Mahjong is good for wallet if first it's good for your mind. OK, he didn't really, but there ... [more]
When you were a kid you may have seen your Granny murmuring knit one, purl two, as she sat on the good chair, clicking a... [more]
Some people love autumn for the sound of leaves crunching underfoot, or the snap, crackle and pop of a newly lit fire. ... [more]
Alfies doesn't look like much. It's on a road behind Marylebone station which on Saturdays also becomes a market sellin... [more]
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