Posts Tagged: cocktails

Bar Review: Cahoots, Soho, London

The first time I went to Cahoots, I remember being giddily excited to finally be visiting one of London’s worst kept secrets. A colleague at work had used her rather labyrinthine network of contacts, calling upon a friend of a

Bar Review: Cahoots, Soho, London

The first time I went to Cahoots, I remember being giddily excited to finally be visiting one of London’s worst kept secrets. A colleague at work had used her rather labyrinthine network of contacts, calling upon a friend of a

Restaurant Review: Coq d’Argent, Bank, London

I have never been one to mark my birthday with a huge celebration. The pressure of throwing a successful birthday bash is all too much, while I find the idea of a crowd of people singing to me while I

Restaurant Review: Coq d’Argent, Bank, London

I have never been one to mark my birthday with a huge celebration. The pressure of throwing a successful birthday bash is all too much, while I find the idea of a crowd of people singing to me while I

Restaurant Review: The Ship, Wandsworth, London

When I first moved to London, last summer, I was introduced to Ship Sundays – a day of drinking in the English sun, sat (if you arrive early enough to get a seat) on the pub’s terrace overlooking The Thames.

Restaurant Review: The Ship, Wandsworth, London

When I first moved to London, last summer, I was introduced to Ship Sundays – a day of drinking in the English sun, sat (if you arrive early enough to get a seat) on the pub’s terrace overlooking The Thames.

Restaurant Review: Whyte & Brown, Kingly Court, Soho, London

Service can make the different between a good meal and a great meal. At Whyte & Brown, they have mastered both: incredible, yet humble, food and impeccable waiting service. My mum came down to London a couple of weekend’s ago

Restaurant Review: Whyte & Brown, Kingly Court, Soho, London

Service can make the different between a good meal and a great meal. At Whyte & Brown, they have mastered both: incredible, yet humble, food and impeccable waiting service. My mum came down to London a couple of weekend’s ago

Café refurb: Proud Mary’s, Shepherd’s Bush, London

After a week or so of panic, when I thought my beloved hop-across-the-road café had disappeared, Hummingbird Café returns as Proud Mary’s – the same cheery service with a revamped interior and pimped up menu. The classics are still there,

Café refurb: Proud Mary’s, Shepherd’s Bush, London

After a week or so of panic, when I thought my beloved hop-across-the-road café had disappeared, Hummingbird Café returns as Proud Mary’s – the same cheery service with a revamped interior and pimped up menu. The classics are still there,