Travel Posts


Foundation Bar - but first let me take a #selfie

There are days/nights when I want to crawl to the nearest bar to let my hair down and have some fun. Foundation Bar is the eclectic underground bar in the heart of Covent Garden. Follow the steps to a playground of quirky art installations, drinks served out of quirky items such as teacups, wellies, and many others. Menu's are made up of recycled old disc re[...]

Smack Deli - The one that got away lobster

Smack Deli is the one that away from the mainstream chain Burger & Lobster. In favour of all things lobster, it was the only thing I ever ordered at Burger and Lobster. They set up a home by Bond Street, Mayfair at Binnery Street. The menu is short with 4 different lobster rolls, whole lobster and sides. The menu did seem different to the one on the [...]

Cafe Tarte - the hidden gem in High Street Kensington

Café Tarte is one of those little gems I almost don’t want you to know about and save it for me myself and I. I stumbled across the café after getting off at a nearby bus stop en route to High Street Kensington station. I had time to kill before Evoluzione event, the shop front of Italian cakes and sweet treats and the blackboard for the cake and tea [...]

Brasserie Zédel - down the rabbit hole

So the story goes, that Brasserie Zédel was once part of The Regent Palace Hotel, opening on 16th May 1915. Greatly recognise for the Art Deco style, this grand French Brasserie is located in the heart of London by Piccadilly Circus.   I never knew such a place existed I’ve walked past the area all my life and never noticed it. I saw many peop[...]

Balls Brothers - British seasonal Favourites

Another one in the financial district in London with busy bodies professionals filling the nearest bars and pubs. Located by one London’s iconic buildings The Gherkin Balls Brothers Bury Court is right at the foot of it.   Balls Brothers has been around since the 1860 beginning as a wine merchant, and now have a chain of places across Lond[...]

A cooking experience at Food at 52 Cookery School

I love to eat; it’s on the brain 24/7 but when it comes down to cooking. I don’t have a clue. Thankfully, I’m slowly getting there with learning the skills for the culinary world. I’m privileged to get the opportunities to attend many cooking master classes but never a full day at a cookery school. I’ve been to Food at 52 Cookery School for Olive it event wi[...]