Pagoda at Battersea Park

I remember first visiting the Pagoda at Battersea Park with school. It was such a big thing for our teacher. We had to take our shoes off when we reached the top of the steps and I was in such awe of these golden statues. Flash forward to today and I still love crossing Albert…

Lunch at Mango Tree

Thai food is something I have every week and so I was delighted to be invited to review Mango Tree in Belgravia, which I hadn’t visited before. I brought one of my besties who lives in the area with me as a good excuse to catch up. As it turns out, he’d been here a…

Lunch at The Ship

The Easter Bank Holiday started with so much promise as it delivered clear blue skies and springtime weather that excited every living creature … perhaps maybe not the ones with woolly coats. Nonetheless it was gorgeous, so as the family and I made our way round the DIY stores in Wandsworth we decided to stop by The Ship…

The Finest Falafels in Town: Jacob’s Finest

Some folks may have already discovered Jacob’s Finest at Duke of York Square’s Fine Food Market. That’s where I found them and since then I’ve personally got to know the wonderful people behind what I consider to be easily the best falafels I’ve tasted in London. My first encounter with falafels was when I was living in Israel…

Visiting BADA Fair on Duke of York Square

I’d known about BADA Fair long before I’d visited it for the first time last year. I’ve always regarded this annual event on Duke of York Square as the go-to for the interior design industry as well as individuals who are serious about antiques and fine art. This hasn’t changed. But what is different about BADA Fair 2016 is…

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