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On BLACKHEATH (SEPT 9-10): The Most Family-Friendly Music Festival Around? August 28, 2017

On BLACKHEATH (SEPT 9-10): The Most Family-Friendly Music Festival Around?

Festivals today aren’t what they used to be. Or, more to the point, what I look for in a festival has completely changed. Gone are the grungy, muddy, beer soaked days of hedonism – I can’t imagine anything worse then being trapped in...read more »

REVIEW: Tombo, Soho August 16, 2017

REVIEW: Tombo, Soho

WHAT? Japanese for dragonfly (denoting renewal and positive force), Tombo is London’s first authentic Japanese café & matcha bar. By that, we mean pretty much everything in here is gloriously healthy – and green. WHERE? You can find branches...read more »

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Stoke Newington August 16, 2017

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Stoke Newington

WHAT? A properly authentic, buzzy Jamaican food joint ready to blow your head off with super strong cocktails and Scotch Bonnet – combine the two and you’ll forget what you ordered in the first place. When Jamaican Independence Day rolls...read more »

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo August 2, 2017

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo

WHY GO? For a raucous party and rambunctious cocktails every night of the week. We headed to London’s Waterloo branch for mojitos, mole and morbidly bad dancing to live music – and here’s why you should too. Cubana’s organic chorizo...read more »

REVIEW: The Diner, Camden August 2, 2017

REVIEW: The Diner, Camden

WHAT? A newly refurbished branch of The Diner in Camden, serving up pancakes, burgers, shakes, dogs and eggs with an All-American smile. WHY GO? If you’re gonna do something wrong, you might as well do it right. Very little on The Diner’s...read more »

THE BEST OF: London’s Rooftop Bars August 1, 2017

THE BEST OF: London’s Rooftop Bars

With the sunshine set to continue this week, we highlight some of the best rooftop bars London has to offer. The perfect spot for a few after work drinks… (NEW OPENING) ELBA, WATERLOO This new 350 capacity rooftop bar only opened at the weekend and...read more »

REVIEW: Ping Pong, Southbank July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Ping Pong, Southbank

WHAT? Ping Pong have an all-new summer menu, sprinkled with light bites and all too drinkable pitchers of Asian Pimms & lemonade. Think smoked chilli chicken wings, a spring roll salad bowl, rice burger sliders and coconut ash ice cream with activated...read more »

REVIEW: Nirvana Kitchen, Marylebone July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Nirvana Kitchen, Marylebone

WHAT? A polished Asian restaurant attached to Marylebone’s Montcalm hotel, Nirvana Kitchen brings surprises from all corners of the Far East. WHY GO? Cracking lobster curry, moreish mochi and a stylish yet laid-back setting – the perfect...read more »

REVIEW: Bun House, Soho July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Bun House, Soho

WHY GO? Pillow-soft buns, interesting Asian beers and pickled *everything*. A secret Soho spot to keep up your sleeve… WHAT? A small, unassuming bun house in the middle of buzzy Soho, a couple of minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Road...read more »

REVIEW: Zala Grill, Camden May 9, 2017

REVIEW: Zala Grill, Camden

Middle Eastern food is for sharing, groups of friends gathering to mop up delicious oils and sauces with freshly-baked flatbreads, then tuck into tender meat skewers, fresh fish, warming stews and flaky, sweet pastries. Zala Grill is Camden’s...read more »

REVIEW: Trullo, Islington May 2, 2017

REVIEW: Trullo, Islington

WHAT? A candlelit neighbourhood trattoria lifted straight out of the best scene in a Richard Curtis classic, peddling simply the best pasta found north of the river. Trullo’s seasonally-focused, Italian-inspired menu changes daily, but you can...read more »

REVIEW: Martello Hall Bottomless Brunch, London Fields May 2, 2017

REVIEW: Martello Hall Bottomless Brunch, London Fields

WHAT? For £15 per person, you can pick drinks from Martello Hall’s bottomless brunch bar for two hours. Where other bottomless offerings ask that you stick with your preferred drink for the duration, here you can hop between mimosas (Italian...read more »

REVIEW: Hankies, Leicester Square April 3, 2017

REVIEW: Hankies, Leicester Square

WHAT? Authentic Indian curries, grill dishes and marinades mopped up with classic Indian roti – hand-spun flatbreads cooked on a burning hot roomali tawa, then folded into ‘hankies’, the restaurant’s namesake. WHERE: An almost...read more »

REVIEW: Sawyer & Gray, Islington April 3, 2017

REVIEW: Sawyer & Gray, Islington

  WHAT? An infinitely Instagrammable brunch spot seconds from Highbury & Islington overground. Sawyer & Gray serves only fresh, homemade produce in achingly chic surroundings – think whitewashed floorboards and cosy hideyholes peppered...read more »

REVIEW: The Bach, Hoxton February 27, 2017

REVIEW: The Bach, Hoxton

WHAT? Dedicated to supporting small businesses, this Kiwi-run cafe cum workspace offers fresh, free-range and locally sourced produce where possible. Pronounced ‘batch’, The Bach nods to the tiny beach homes common in New Zealand, evoking...read more »