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Sheba, Brick Lane

This year I decided to make a London Bucket list. Tired as I am of always thinking ‘I really should do that’, I wanted to make more of this GLORIOUS city and do more varied things. Given that I tend to eat out a lot, a lot of my London bucket list pertains to food. I wanted to be more adventurous and eat at more exciting places rather than just always grabbing sandwiches from Pret and downloading Pizza Express vouchers (but also I do love me a Calabrese sweet baby cheesus). One  ...

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East, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars

Roma

Whenever I think of Roman food, I’m always reminded of this scene from the one and only Life of Brian I mean, I’m pretty adventurous when it comes to food, but I’m not hugely keen on the idea of wolf’s nipples! However, a new concept restaurant has opened in the heart of the city with a focus on Roman inspired food and drink. Built on the site of an Ancient Roman fort a short walk from Tower Hill station, Roma has opened it’s doors to the public to show them  ...

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East, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Feel-Good, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars

Little Nan’s Bar

All over London there are hidden gems. Little restaurants you may not have heard of, museums showcasing weird and wonderful items and bars that will serve you the world’s greatest alcoholic beverages in pretty much any receptable you can imagine. I’m super lucky that with this ‘ere blog I get to regularly exercise my curious nature and investigate lots of these sparkling big smoke diamonds. However, I feel like I peaked last week with a visit to Little Nan’s Rio Bar. Hidden away underneath  ...

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Culture, East, Eats and Drinks, Events, London

Craft Beer Rising 2016

Will the public’s thirst for craft beer ever falter? I reckon nah. We, the British public just cannot get enough of the stuff with more independent breweries and micro-breweries around than ever. We’ve had enough of cheap, weak euro-lager, and instead want to whet our whistle with strong, hoppy, fragrant brews. Craft Beer Rising is the most exciting of all the beer festivals, and since its first outing at the Old Truman Brewery four years ago, it continues to grow and grow. This  ...

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