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Fat Macy’s is a supper club with a social conscience. Everyone who works there, from the chefs to the servers, are young people living in temporary accommodation. Working at Fat Macy’s helps them save for a deposit to get their … 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 →
Lamberts is a cute and cosy neighbourhood restaurant in Balham. We popped in for Sunday lunch and kicked off with an elderflower fizz and a plum martini. I would have liked a stronger elderflower flavour in mine, J also found … Continue reading →
We were keen to check out The Fire Station, as we had had previous fun evenings there and wanted to see how they had redesigned the space. The remodeled venue has a more open feel with the curved bar that … Continue reading →
We were invited to dinner hosted by Loire Valley wines and Square Meal at Portland 113. We were really interested to explore the range of wines on offer and hoped they would bring back happy memories of our holidays in … Continue reading →
We went for a joint mother’s day/ our parents 40th wedding anniversary celebrations to The Drift in the Heron Tower. The entrance is tucked down a little side street next to the building rather than at the front. When you … Continue reading →
Tredwell is the new restaurant near Covent Garden from Marcus Wareing. More casual in style it focuses on small sharing plates and, before you yawn and roll your eyes; I think the sharing plates trend has taken off because … Continue reading →
We went to celebrate blogger network Nuffnang UK’s 1st birthday, which was being held at the trendy rooftop venue: Netil 360. Whilst we relaxed on the rooftop terrace chatting to Jesse, Arya, Jean-Luc and fellow bloggers, we celebrated with glasses … Continue reading →
We went for dinner to Foxtrot Oscar, the more casual Gordon Ramsey restaurant on Royal Hospital Road (the other is his flagship 3 michelin star gaff which would have been nice but is a bit out of our price range!). … Continue reading →