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    The other day Little Man lay on the sofa while off school because of a …
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  • Afternoon Tea on Dalloway Terrace at The Bloomsbury Hotel

    I’ve always been a fan of The Bloomsbury Hotel and consider its bar and terrace undiscovered gems in the heart of London. Well, that’s what I thought a couple of years ago because since my last visit there have been…

    Great lunch and brow bar at A Wanted Man on King’s …

    When the first signs of A Wanted Man started to appear on the King’s Road I was intrigued. An espresso canteen was promising. After all, it’s not an easy task finding good coffee along King’s Road. So when I was…

    Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at Saatchi Gallery

    I’m not quite sure why it’s taken me so long to write this post especially as I visited Exhibitionism at Saatchi Gallery on the first day of its opening; at 11am, the first walk-in time slot. What’s more, I absolutely…

    Exploring Taschen and Dinner at Manicomio on Duke of York Square

    I love books. Books are my passion. I buy more than I can read and I still have so many yet to be opened from my days as a bookseller, as I worked my way through uni. and shortly after. So…

    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…

    Belly Dancing and Dinner at Buddha-Bar London

    I absolutely love turning up somewhere not knowing what to expect, only to end up having a fun-packed evening filled with a string of surprises. This happened a few weeks ago when Suze from The Luxury Columnist invited me to…

    Celebrating The Queen’s 90th Birthday at Corinthia Hotel London

    Last week I had the great pleasure of visiting the Whitehall Penthouse at Corinthia Hotel where I stood upon its terrace to glimpse Buckingham Palace in the distance. The special occasion was The Queen’s 90th birthday, which meant the morning…

    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…

    Santa Maria Pizzeria Opens In Chelsea

    The King’s Road is a very long road and it stretches beyond World’s End until it becomes New King’s Road and leads us to Eel Brook Common, which I love. In and around this leafy area a new pizzeria has…


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