Mina Zaher

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Discovering Manuka Kitchen On First Table

I have walked past Manuka Kitchen countless times wondering what type of restaurant it is. My curiosity about this place was always fleeting but when I saw it on First Table I thought I have to give it a try. First…


Stationery Heaven at Papersmiths

There’s a new favourite store in Chelsea and it’s a place I am very excited about. Papersmiths recently opened on Pavilion Road. Stocked with an array of books, magazines, greeting cards and stationery, the selection in this store is very…


Celebrating Chocolate Week 2018 in Chelsea

When you’re walking along the King’s Road, you might see a statue of a man whose legacy continues to the present day. From the seeds of the British Museum and the Natural History Museum to perhaps your favourite winter warmer,…


The Chelsea Season 2018

It’s been just over a week since RHS Chelsea Flower Show and Chelsea in Bloom have finished for another year and while I’m missing the beautiful installations around the area, it’s exciting to know that Chelsea’s social season is now in…


Chelsea in Bloom 2018: Summer of Love

Update: Chelsea in Bloom’s awards have been announced. Congratulations to the following stores: Monica Vinader, Best Floral Display Harry’s Dolce Vita, Highly Commended Innovation Award, Lucas Hugh For ‘The Insider’s Guide to Chelsea in Bloom’, read my top tips in…


Celebrating The Royal Wedding in Chelsea

The big day is almost here and for the lucky ones who have tickets, Bluebird will be the place to watch the Royal Wedding on the King’s Road. But if you don’t … … there are other places to watch the…


Time Out’s Love London Awards 2018

UPDATE: Congratulations to Chelsea’s winners: Most Loved Local Cinema: Chelsea Curzon Most Loved Local Culture Spot: Saatchi Gallery Most Loved Local Club or Party: Maggie’s Most Loved Local Bar or Pub: The Sporting Page Most Loved Music Venue: 606 Club…


196-222 King’s Road

I can’t tell you how old I was exactly; perhaps five, six or seven. But the first time I watched a movie in a cinema it was at Curzon Chelsea and the film was Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.…


Lunch at The Imperial Arms

Spring is finally here and as the countdown to Easter begins with the idea of new life being celebrated through endless forms of mouthwatering chocolate, another renaissance has taken place on King’s Road. The Imperial Arms has had new life…


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