This Hungarian Italian pop up has ‘popped up’ twice in the last 6 months and I have been lucky enough to go along to both! The first location was in Holborn last November where I attended a blogger event to see what they had to offer. The venue was wonderfully bijou, with mismatched chairs and… Continue reading Pasta n Goulash Pop Up
Thai Silk, Isabella street, Southwark Turn left out of Southwark station and left again onto Isabella Street there’s a lovely little row of restaurants and bars. One of these being Thai Silk with a restaurant area as well as a separate cool bar area. We had a set meal for two which was waaaay too… Continue reading Thai Silk Southwark
Firebrand Pizza, 41-43 Lisson Grove, Marylebone, London NW1 6UB On the day I was lucky enough to pay a a visit to FireBrand Pizza it was cold and a little bit snowy and my day at work was a tough one. But when I walked into the warmth of this little gem it restored my feelings… Continue reading Firebrand Pizza, Marylebone
The Chinese new year starts on the 28th January and it will be the Year of the Rooster. The parade in London will take place on the 29th January Go to Timeout for details With all this in mind thought it would be good to tell you all about my favourite Chinese haunts in London. My… Continue reading Chinese New Year- Where to eat and drink?
On Saturday I was invited by the lovely @JessEatingEast to a launch of some new coffee at Weanie Beans at their roastery in Harringay. We were treated to amazing coffees as well as a healthy breakfast. Scout and Flux were the new coffees available – both delicious. Although I’m not a coffee aficionado I can… Continue reading MWIP Weekend Antics…
So now we have almost got January out of the way, it’s just a small matter of February to be doing away with and then we are almost home and dry! So it seems only fair to start to thinking of the summer, filled with pimms and (hopefully) sunny days … This year hails the… Continue reading FloVibe Festival 2nd-4th June
When in the mid 1880s Pascual Toso set out towards Argentina from its home town, Canale D’Alba, in Piamonte, Italy, he could not have imagined that he would become the founder of a winery, which is today one of the oldest and most prestigious wineries in Argentina. Tradition, authenticity and innovation are the core principles… Continue reading Pascual Toso 125th Anniversary Wine Tasting