Homeslice

“It’s so big” Continuing in the theme of pizza, we took a trip to Homeslice in Neal’s Yard, Seven Dials to try out their 20-inch pizzas. Between joining the virtual queue (remember: I don’t queue for food) and sitting down, we visited Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels and partook in trying (and failing) to guess October’s […]

Circolo Popolare

Google – “coolest restaurants London” Result! And there was Burrata involved. Atmosphere: Can we just start with the walk from Tottenham Court Road underground station to Fitzrovia area (Charlotte street I believe) (I lied, Rathbone Place, just off Charlotte Street). The whole outside look of this eatery is covered in plants and I can confirm […]

The Shed

Well I had booked in advance because I believed I should prepare myself for some Great British food.  Thoughts running through my mind of flavours from the British Gods, being in the country where all of this was created, tasting seasonal produce and countryside treats. I was excited. Atmosphere: It’s a very cute little wooden shop […]

Red wines? Cool.

Don’t be a dick – chill your reds. Consider this a cornerstone piece of content on wiiines. White wine chilled, red wine room temperature. That’s the way it should be, right? With the explosion of new world and new wave wines, going against the grain seems to be the new thing whilst still keeping quality. […]

KILN Soho

“I’m gonna call smoking goat”  “Okay” “Fully-booked” “Fuck” “Let’s go to a workout class? Maybe we should stop thinking about food”  “fml” “no workouts”  “it’s gonna rain” “I can’t do this anymore”  “Okay I changed my mind” “wait”  *..* “omg smoking goat has a sister restaurant wtf, walk in only”  Kiln Soho Whatever you do, […]

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