• Chelsea Local
    There are times I forget how long the King’s Road is, stretching from Sloane …
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  • Beyond Chelsea
    Last week I popped into the West End for the first time since lockdown started. …
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  • Destination Marketing
    The UK has been locked down and we’re living in unprecedented times. Bricks and …
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  • Dinner at Casa Manolo

    There’s a new’ish place on the King’s Road for meat lovers. Or more specifically, jamon fans. It’s called Casa Manolo and recently I paid a long overdue visit with Gary from The Foodaholic. With both of us living locally, it was the…

    Al Fresco at Comptoir Libanais

    Summer may be officially over but the sun is still shining. This means more chance to prolong one of my favourite ways to dine: al fresco! A couple of weeks ago, I had an early supper at Comptoir Libanais on Duke…

    Taking the boat from Chelsea Embankment to Cadogan Pier

    Last week I headed over to South Bank for a gorgeous afternoon. I love this part of London and have done so ever since discovering the Royal National Theatre and the National Film Theatre. Since my first experiences of Robert…

    London Fashion Weekend and King’s Road Rocks in Sloane Square Magazine

    London Fashion Weekend is coming to Saatchi Gallery next week (24th – 27th September 2015). And already at Duke of York Square’s gorgeous art gallery you can find Sloane Square Magazine with its LFWEnd-inspired cover. Inside the magazine there is an interview…

    Afternoon Tea at Number 11 Cadogan Gardens Hotel

    Yesterday’s non-stop rain reminded me of the last time we saw such a persistent downpour. I’d spent the afternoon at No.11 Cadogan Gardens Hotel which some of you may know I love. I also reviewed the hotel’s restaurant last year and as…

    Yves Delorme at The Monogrammed Linen Shop

    As we approach the last days of summer with rain forecast for the rest of the week, I’m thinking back to my recent visit to The Monogrammed Linen Shop on Walton Street. Tucked away behind this beautiful store is a…

    Rabbit on King’s Road

    It’s taken me a while to visit Rabbit but I finally made it a couple of weeks ago. Rabbit is the second restaurant belonging to the Gladwin Brothers who also own The Shed in Notting Hill, which I feel I have…

    Itsu on King’s Road

    Itsu has arrived on King’s Road and it seems like everyone has been waiting for it. When I walk down the road around lunchtime now it’s guaranteed I’ll see a parade of Itsu takeaway bags, it’s great.  Admittedly the first couple of times…

    #Frifotos: Urban

    With this week’s #Frifoto’s theme on Twitter being ‘urban’, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to indulge in some street photography around Chelsea. So yesterday, I pulled my camera out of my bag and snapped away as I went…


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