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    Tom didn’t care his younger brother and sisters were looking for him in the …
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  • Diary
    Chelsea in Bloom returns on Monday 25 May for another week of floral beauty around Chelsea. …
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  • Eating & Drinking
    I remember a questionnaire going round about the future of Pavilion Road. This now picturesque …
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  • The Sea The Sea

    I remember a questionnaire going round about the future of Pavilion Road. This now picturesque gem was almost a blank canvas a few years ago and it could be anything Chelsea’s locals wanted it to be. Working in the area,…

    Vegan Fine Dining at Wulf & Lamb

    I would never in a million years have imagined that one day I would be writing a post on a vegan restaurant; the main reason is that I’m a bonafide carnivore who flirted with the idea of becoming a vegetarian…

    Supper Catch-Up at Chicama

    I love it when time flies, you catch up with a friend and it feels like only yesterday when you were laughing and letting the meandering conversation make its own way into the evening. The other week that’s just what…

    Megan’s Deli and Restaurant

    So Megan’s has opened up a new deli/restaurant further along the King’s Road, towards the Chelsea Town Hall. And at first I wasn’t so sure if this was a wise decision because there are some addresses on the King’s Road…

    Pancake Feasting at The Botanist

    There are two reasons why I’m excited that it’s Pancake Tuesday tomorrow: 1. I love pancakes and 2. Because Pancake Day is essentially the eve of the first day of Lent, which means the countdown to Easter and thus springtime…

    Brunch at Honky Tonk

    If you’re looking for somewhere new to try for brunch, have you dropped by Honky Tonk yet? I finally got round to trying it over the weekend, despite it being a stone’s throw away and I think it’s worth checking…

    Don’t Miss In February 2013!

    So the longest month of the year is over – or so it felt like it. And now it’s time to get on with 2013, forget about Dry January (if you bothered) and look forward to this being the last…

    Christmas Day Lunch in the Pub?

    If you’re planning on spending Christmas Day in Chelsea but would rather avoid all the preparation and clearing up that goes along with organising Christmas lunch. And if you would rather head down to the pub, The Builders Arms and…

    Dine and Dance The Night Away at Barbarella

    “Food is music to the body, music is food to the heart.” – Gregory David Roberts Barbarella’s relaunch party was such a blast that I was keen to return, to try the restaurant as soon as I could. So I…


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