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  • Monday Supper at Carluccio’s

    One reason why I love living in Chelsea? You can pop out for a low key supper instead of cooking at home (erm, not sure when I last did that) and it doesn’t have to be a big deal. This…

    Hangover lunch at Yumenoki

    On Sunday, I headed to Yumenoki on Fulham Road for lunch. I wasn’t feeling particulary great and knew that not even a Bloody Mary would be able to rescue me. What I needed was some nutritious goodness. I ordered the…

    Don’t Miss in August

    1. Zoe Strimpel guests at The Barts Hendrick’s Book Club on 3rd August to discuss Love & Lust in Literature. Drink cocktails from tea pots in this prohibition styled bar as the book club takes place. 2. Almodovar’s The Skin…

    Soul Saturday at Tuatara

    After the Tea Dance at the World’s End, I headed to Tuatara for a Moroccan Rooftop Party. The sun was blazing, the music was pumping and the drinks kept coming. And as shoppers went about their Saturday business along the…

    Tea Dance at the World’s End

    It was such a fantastic sight to see the World’s End come to life yesterday with its Tea Dance, which was part of Chelsea Theatre‘s Sacred InTransit programme. People had travelled across London, locals stopped to join in and I…

    Brunch at Café Delice

    Café Delice is one of my favourite places to go for brunch. Located on the Fulham Road, it’s a real local’s hang out. A great place to while away the hours with the weekend’s papers and a detoxing glass of…

    Big Easy!

    The Big Easy Crabshack on the King’s Road is a Chelsea institution in itself. It’s one of the first places you go with your friends whilst growing up in the area and years later it’s still a great place to…

    Medlar Restaurant

    Medlar is a King’s Road restaurant that has successfully built its reputation on word of mouth. It has wooed the food critics and locals alike. So last week, I went along for dinner to see what the fuss was all…

    Cocktails at London’s First Boutique Hotel!

    The Capital Hotel was London’s first boutique hotel and is located off Sloane Street, right behind Harrods. And I discovered it the other day for guess what? Cocktails! Actually, I only had one cocktail because of a heavy night the…


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