Mina Zaher

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American Buffalo at Wyndham’s Theatre

At the start of this year I made the conscious decision to go to the theatre more in 2015. Theatre is my first love and for one reason or another my visits slowed down over time. So a couple of…

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Hermès Wanderland at Saatchi Gallery

If you have any spare time between now and 2nd May 2015, I urge you to visit the Saatchi Gallery for an exhibition that is truly full of wonder and surprise. Hermès Wanderland is pure escapism whether you are an ardent…

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Lunch at The Ivy Chelsea Garden

The word on the street is that this glorious weather we’re having isn’t just a blip. We’re talking months of sunshine ahead of us … or so I hope (if I haven’t just jinxed it). So it only makes sense…

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Girly catch-up at Sake No Hana

There is something about Japanese food that makes it ideal for a girly catch-up. Whether it’s for lunch or supper, it feels quite symbolic to share plates whilst sharing news, secrets and the latest in box sets/TV downloads of which I have so…

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Startisans on Duke of York Square

There have been a lot of exciting developments along the King’s Road for foodies – and the arrival of Startisans at Duke of York Square is no exception. Opened now for a few weeks, Startisans is a pop-up indoor market that is…

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Chelsea Green’s Local Grocers: Andreas

I’ve always been a bit of a meat lover. Steaks, burgers and authentic Italian meaty pasta dishes have always been favourites on the menu. But since my pregnancy there has been an obvious shift towards more fruit and veg. Dark leafy…

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Proud Chelsea Exhibition McQueen: Backstage – The Early Shows By Gary Wallis

The eagerly anticipated Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibition opens at the V&A on Saturday and already the outstanding reviews are pouring in. So it’s no wonder, in anticipation of this exhibition, Alexander McQueen’s legacy is trending around London. On the…

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Fantastic Seafood at The World’s End Market

There’s a new’ish restaurant in Chelsea that I’m excited about. It’s The World’s End Market which I’d looked into a few times before visiting and have always seen a good buzz in the evening. Curious, I had it on my…

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Discovering Kurobuta’s New Home On The King’s Road

If you’ve read my original Kurobuta post, you probably know how much of a fan I was of their King’s Road pop-up. Flashforward to less than a year later and Kurobuta has found a permanent home on the King’s Road.…

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