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Coach and Horses, Clapham North

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

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Fat Papaya- Fresh funky Indian, Wembley

We were invited to review Fat Papaya. The restaurant has a colourful interior and I think the cheerful emoji-like Fat Papaya character will really appeal to kids. We love their selection of favourite classics too! Their head chef Silva and … Continue reading

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Our pit-stop travel guide to Rome

When in Rome a while back we found a delightful, small family run restaurant that we loved. If you are facing Trevi fountain, there was an excellent icecream parlour on the right corner and walk down the adjacent street on … Continue reading

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Toast to the Roast at The Fable

We went to check out their new Toast to the Roast (£10) offering available at The Fable and all other Drake & Morgan establishments. Our parents were impressed with the literary references, decorations and general ambiance. David, the Head Bartender … Continue reading

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Feast Express – a cool and useful online food-ordering app !

I was just checking out new ways of making organising and catering for work parties less stressful and I came across Feast Express. What a find! Feast Express have a easy to use app for both Google Play and iPhone, … Continue reading

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Fika – a great Swedish restaurant in Brick Lane!

I went with a friend to Fika, after she heard great things about this place from a Swedish colleague – and we were both keen to check this place out. It had a great airy, open feel to it even … Continue reading

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Feast – London food festival from 6th – 9th December, 2012

Feast is the latest food festival from the people behind The Long Table, a hugely successful night market run in Dalston. Feast is inside an old sorting post office and looks beautiful, hung with huge twinkly lights and areas for … Continue reading

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