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Writer Rank: 90
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Readers: 2025
Subscribers: 1
Articles: 23
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My WeekendNotes - 23
There are few restaurants so legendary that word of them spreads to various corners of the world. Many do this with ... [more]
Right at the edge of where Chinatown meets Covent Garden meets Leicester Square, lies Gyoza Bar. As their name would... [more]
Tucked behind King's Cross St. Pancras on the edge of Granary Square is Caravan Roastery. Housed in an old grain sto... [more]
While meandering though St. Pancras looking for a place to satiate our hunger, my friends and I stumbled across the ... [more]
A hop, skip, and a jump away from St. Christopher's Place lies Burger and Cocktails, an Americana dig serving up wel... [more]
Tucked away between the various film post-production offices on Warren Street lies the hidden treasure of a cafe Cof... [more]
Tucked away in the outskirts of Covent Garden is Maxwell's, an Americana bar and grill frequented by tourists and Lo... [more]
Working in the theatre world can be tough. Working in Shakespearean theatre can be even worse. Working in Shakespear... [more]
05/10/2016 - 14/01/2017
Camden Lock Market is one of the greatest treasure troves London has to offer. Not to be confused with its down ... [more]
Salsa!, also referred to as Bar Salsa, is one of the few places where you can actually dance the night away (as oppo... [more]
After a long day at work, my friends and I were starving, which led to a series of recommendations that didn't lead ... [more]
London is a town divided by many a rivalry, from regional footie teams to east versus west, north of the Thames or s... [more]
Dark Sugars is a not-so-hidden gem on Brick Lane in Shoreditch, but it's story started before then. Dark Sugars has ... [more]
It's almost impossible to visit London's Chinatown without stopping into Kowloon. Easily one of the largest and most... [more]
Every time I look up new places to check out in Chinatown, I keep reading about how amazing custard buns are. How ha... [more]
Walking through Chinatown, you could walk right past Chuan Chuan Xiang without even blinking, or without even notici... [more]
Shoreditch is one of London's trendiest, most popular areas, and is even more so buzzing on a night out. It's easy... [more]
Its 2am. You're in Shoreditch, and most of the places you've been bouncing around are starting to call for last orders... [more]
The Blues Kitchen has gained quite a reputation for bringing some of the deep south's best barbecue to London (you c... [more]
Shoreditch really has all that anyone could want on a night out, from low-key pubs, middle ground bars, to full on u... [more]
Are you working in the city and looking for a good happy hour? Are you tired of Tinder and want to meet loads of rich ... [more]
Camden Town Brewery holds a special place in my heart. I'm no beer or lager drinker, but this place might just conve... [more]
Steeped in rock'n'roll history, the Alleycat was a place I knew I had to check out when I moved to London. It took m... [more]