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REVIEW: Pamban, Camden January 23, 2018

REVIEW: Pamban, Camden

WHAT? A cosy nook on the cobbled streets of Camden market, Pamban peddles authentic Indian and Sri Lankan fare: think warming chai, organic coffee, buttery pastries and seriously good curry dishes served by super passionate foodies. Sleek design more »

REVIEW: Sushi Surprise, Shoreditch January 23, 2018

REVIEW: Sushi Surprise, Shoreditch

  WHAT? In London, a long queue of hungry people doesn’t always signal food worth waiting for. It’s trendy, sure, but standing in drizzle waiting to Instagram the city’s latest rainbow-coloured, overpriced lunch phenomenon quickly more »

How Ethical Are Your Beauty Brands? December 12, 2017

How Ethical Are Your Beauty Brands?

My article in today’s Times investigates the ethical beauty industry. How savvy consumers are calling out unethical brands and why misleading, so-called ‘green-washing’ has the potential to damage beauty brands who are not completely honest more »



Ok, confession time! As you can see, these photos were taken about a month or so ago and they have just sat on my camera. I just don’t seem to have the time to blog much at the moment which is sad, but I’m going to try to do more… more »

MATERNITY BRA’S TRIED & TESTED (+ Expert Tips) November 29, 2017


One of the biggest changes to the body during and after pregnancy is your bust, aside from the obvious bump! Cup size increases and your back widens, so nothing quite fits properly. Once you’ve had the baby and your milk fully comes in, your more »

REVIEW: The Real Greek, Dulwich Village November 9, 2017

REVIEW: The Real Greek, Dulwich Village

Guest food writer Nathaniel Collins reports on the latest addition to South East London’s picturesque Dulwich Village. The Real Greek, a restaurant specialising in eastern Mediterranean cuisine, has forayed into areas that high street more »

REVIEW: Sofitel, St. James November 6, 2017

REVIEW: Sofitel, St. James

Behind a stunning neoclassical façade just along from Trafalgar Square you’ll find the smart and effortlessly continental Sofitel London St James hotel. The perfect embodiment of Parisian elegance, the hotel pulls together fine French more »

REVIEW: Oslo, Hackney October 10, 2017

REVIEW: Oslo, Hackney

WHAT? A conveniently placed nightclub cum gig venue backing onto Hackney Central station, Oslo doubles up as a remarkably chilled out workspace and brunch spot during the day. Evenings might bring intimate gigs, talented DJs and round the block queues, more »

ANXIETY: Why We Can Feel Like A Fraud In Our Own Lives October 10, 2017

ANXIETY: Why We Can Feel Like A Fraud In Our Own Lives

With World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October) it’s so important to recognise our mental health as crucial to our wellbeing, with equal weight to our physical health. Anxiety is something most of us struggle with at some point in our lives, more »

REVIEW: Butterscotch Bakery, White City Place October 9, 2017

REVIEW: Butterscotch Bakery, White City Place

London foodies worth their (pink Himalayan) salt will have already heard of Bea Vo – the Virginian chef behind the belly-busting Feed Your Soul family bringing the best of American food to this side of the pond. When you’ve had your more »

REVIEW: Down Hall, Hertfordshire October 9, 2017

REVIEW: Down Hall, Hertfordshire

WHAT: An imposing country house hotel on the Essex and Hertfordshire border, boasting rolling green grounds, ornate interiors and a seriously luxurious (if little) spa. WHY GO? For some blissful hours spent massaging aches and pains in the indoor whirlpool, more »

Ethical Collection’s New Eco-Luxury Pop-up Opens In London October 9, 2017

Ethical Collection’s New Eco-Luxury Pop-up Opens In London

Ethical Collection London has unveiled a new eco-luxury pop-up store on Portobello Road, showcasing a selection of new season products from over 40 sustainable designers and artisans from around the world. The collections all reflect a mix of more »

REVIEW: Proud East, Haggerston October 3, 2017

REVIEW: Proud East, Haggerston

WHAT: Find us a cooler casual date venue on the canal. We’ll wait. WHERE: Perched on Regent’s Canal, a few minutes’ walk from bustling Kingsland Road, Proud East is somewhat of an open secret among East London hipsters. Comprising more »

REVIEW: Lazy Hunter, Camden October 3, 2017

REVIEW: Lazy Hunter, Camden

WHAT? Bringing a ‘touch of nature to urban London’, Lazy Hunter delivers to Camden what Jamie Oliver might have dubbed ‘proper man grub’ in the noughties (with less of the schtick). Think towering burgers, pork sausages more »

REVIEW: Blanchette East, Brick Lane September 19, 2017

REVIEW: Blanchette East, Brick Lane

WHAT: An incorrigibly authentic French restaurant hiding in plain view behind the busy market stalls of Brick Lane. The epitome of a neighbourhood gem, think Art Nouveau tiling, distressed walls and lush botanicals, but a fun surprise around more »