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Tag Archives: Chocolate
Tacu Tacu is a Latin American restaurant that has opened up on Mare St where Rita’s used to be. The front is a bar serving dangerously drinkable cocktails such as the Pirates Pear, a combination of rum, pear nectar and … Continue reading →
The Coach and Horses is tucked away on a quiet sidestreet in between Brixton and Clapham. They have a nice outside area so if spring ever decides to return it would be a lovely place for a drink in the … Continue reading →
We ventured to Ceru’s Test Kitchen in Bermondsey for a food and cocktails pairing in preparation for Ceru opening in South Kensington. After needing to use Google Maps to find their slightly hidden location, in the rain, we received a … Continue reading →
After arriving at the London Cooking Project and receiving a pleasant welcome from Chef Simon Fernandez, even whilst he was prepping for dinner, and a welcome glass of prosecco, we got an equally warm greeting from Kimberly who explained about … Continue reading →
We went to the launch of Celia, a gluten free Czech produced lager, at ‘Smiths’ of Smithfield in the pleasant environ of Smithfield Market. A bright, airy space with a fully kitted out ‘Celia’ bar greeted us on the first … Continue reading →
We are very excited that The London Coffee Festival is back from 7-10th April! Check out the cool line-up for the Coffee Masters competition: http://www.londoncoffeefestival.com/WhatsOn/CoffeeMasters Get discounted tickets in advance, so you don’t miss out: 2 tickets for £25 … Continue reading →
We went to the launch of the newly opened Dirty Martini on centrally located Upper Street – which we were very excited about them opening up here, as we love their martinis and it would be on the way home … Continue reading →
We went to Union Street Café for their Prosecco Pranzo, a lazy Italian Sunday lunch, to which you can add unlimited Prosecco for another £10 per person. We actually went on Easter Sunday so the open plan kitchen was in … Continue reading →
We visited Reform Social and Grill at The Mandeville Hotel after being invited to check out how they have redesigned their restaurant and menu ready for Christmas. Loved the warm greeting as usual that we get when we arrive each time. … Continue reading →
We went for a special London Restaurant Festival event. Full disclosure David Gandy was present, which may or may not influence this review! We started things off with cocktails at the bar. We got chatting to Monica, one of … Continue reading →