Monthly Archives: July 2015

July 23

LONDON EATERIES – Yes yes yes, Marmite opens the world’s first ‘pay-by-sentiment’ café

What: Marmite Love Café – the world’s first ‘pay-by-sentiment’ café When: Tuesday 4th & Wednesday 5th August 2015 Where: Soho Grind – 19 Beak Street, Soho, London, W1F 9RP   This summer, Marmite is teaming up with Soho Grind to launch the Marmite Love Café – a completely unique offering where customers’ mood determines the price of their food. Always one to divide the nation, […]

July 23

LONDON EVENTS – Have Your Cake & Eat it at VegfestUK London, Olympia

Whether you like to indulge in gourmet chocolate, sushi, pancakes, chocolate éclairs or maybe some premium matured cheeses, you really can have your cake and eat it at this year’s new-and-improved VegfestUK London… You might think that all these indulgent foods are made with dairy but believe it or not, if you’re giving animal products […]

July 22

LONDON EVENTS – Film favourites and the great outdoors, what more can you ask for?

The leading name in summer cinema, Pop Up Screens returns with an unbeatable programme aimed at anyone with a love of classic films and the great outdoors. Heading to nine of London’s most idyllic settings, including the Greenwich Peninsula, Bishop Park in Fulham and Eltham’s Tudor Barn, Pop Up bring a bigger, eclectic line-up of […]

July 22

LONDON EATERIES – Hotel Chantelle Launches in London

Going for brunch is a popular activity here in London, particularly on weekends. There are so many restaurants and cafés to choose from, but isn’t it time to try something a little more interesting? Famed New York restaurant and late-night hotspot Hotel Chantelle will be opening its doors right here in London this summer. Named […]

July 20

ESCAPE LONDON – Feel like Royalty at Brockencote Hall in Worcestershire

Brockencote Hall is a stunning Victorian country house hotel near the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire and part of the Eden Hotel collection. From setting your eyes on this stunning Hall, to the moment you leave, you can’t help but feel like royalty. The beautiful hallways are adorned with Victorian furniture and on the walls hang […]

July 20

ESCAPE LONDON – No need to travel abroad, when you can stay here and enjoy beautiful Britain

Salcombe Seven British Holidays That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Abroad  Whether you’re looking to relax by the sea, take a romantic walk through history, ride the waves or let loose on an island, you don’t need your passport to enjoy the summer holiday you’ve been lusting after. While the rise of low-cost airlines have […]

July 20

LONDON EATERIES – Carom Soho Opens Pop-Up Summer “Spice Garden” at Butler’s Wharf Chop House

Summer in London is a wonderful time. With all those extra hours of daylight, spending more time outside is a must. Popular Pan-Indian restaurant, Carom, has all your outdoor needs sorted. Their second summer pop-up comes after a fire in Wardour Street temporarily shut down their venue in May, but now Carom is back and […]

July 17

LONDON EVENTS – Gpstudio unveils Kyle Barnes exhibition in The Arch Window

Gpstudio is drawing crowds outside The Arch Window – the unique exhibition space at its Southwark offices – thanks to its extraordinary new Faces exhibition of hyperrealist painter, Kyle Barnes’s work. The design consultants selected four huge, never-before-seen portraits by Barnes to exclusively unveil as the latest exhibit in their curated window, which is set […]

July 15

LONDON EATERIES – Authentic British sandwiches ‘by-the-inch’ with a twist at Street Kitchen on Broadgate Circle

If you either want a delicious breakfast, healthy lunch or quick dinner, Street Kitchen on Broadgate Circle has something for all. With all ingredients from British grounds, this authentic take-away restaurant offers sandwiches and salads from humane and sustainable elements. When I visited for my dinner for the evening, I didn’t expect my taste buds […]

July 15

LONDON EVENTS – LIGHTS OUT! as Kettner’s turns into Wartime London

Kettner’s will be transform​ing​ to wartime London after dark​,​ starting off with a wartime-inspired menu, served with a contemporary fine dining twist.  Following dinner there will be swing dance classes, performances, cabaret, showgirls and live music inspired by 40s dance halls. Expect ​Union​ J​acks, sandbags, oil lamps and searchlights. Tom Collins cocktails served in tin cups at ​their authentic naval bar. […]