Request An Invitation

Our community network launches in the new year, it will be invitation only
at first but you can put a request in below. If you want to get access even
quicker just follow us on Twitter and include your @username.


April 2013 Archive

Zia Lucia: The independent pizzeria that is going from strength to strength

Bottles & Battles: Bringing fine wines and Italian delights to Mercato Metropolitano

Flavour Garden: a healthy sanctuary for time-conscious city workers in Tower Hill

Avant-garde Indian cuisine in the futuristic looking Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf

Main entrance of Boulestin

Boulestin Restaurant: French Dining in the Heart of Piccadilly

White is the colour this festive season at Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival

Gino D’Acampo My Restaurant: An Italian affair with Gino at Euston station

Pan-Asian food lovers still flocking to the plush Buddha Bar in Knightsbridge

Exotic flavours in abundance at Caraway Lounge, Romford

Inamo: Technology still reigns supreme at their new Covent Garden branch

Inn the Park: An oasis of calm in the centre of town

Northbank, St Pauls: Bringing sustainability and seasonality to the fore

Experience the Mediterranean at the Life Goddess, greek experimental divine

It’s more than a laundry for Hackney hipsters at Wringer and Mangle in London Fields

Admire the steam punk beauty of Flora Indica in Earl’s Court

Get inspired to cook at The Avenue Cookery School in Wandsworth

Two Ruba: Cocktails that blossom at Tower Bridge

Trader Vic’s: the original fusion restaurant that was ahead of its time

Variety is the spice of life at Roof East, Stratford

Cha Cha Moon – Noodles to nourish your soul at Kingly Court, Carnaby Street

There are only winners at the Heliot Steak House in Leicester Square

From Jamaica to Dalston, savour authentic jerk cuisine via Rudie’s

Seafood lovers rejoice at the poke bar, Black Roe in Mayfair

Hearty dishes on offer at Rosa’s Seven Dials, Covent Garden

Italian cuisine with soul at L’Anima, Liverpool Street

Vive le Hambuges as long as they are made by Big Fernand

Pont St: Top female chefs like Sophie Michell needs your support

Welcome to 24 hour London at VQ Bloomsbury

The Elgin: An iconic institution revitalised in the heart of Ladbroke Grove

Troia: an all-encompassing Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurant in Waterloo

Alexandrie: Fine dining Egyptian style in the heart of Kensington

Exploring the varied flavours of Indian history at Grand Trunk Road, South Woodford

Pasta is always the answer at Fat Tony’s, Marylebone

The interior of Uncorked

Best Wine Shops in London for Tastings

Bluebird: the iconic Chelsea venue is flying high again

Mei Mei’s street cart delivers cool Chinese comfort food at The Prince, Wood Green

A journey to discover the best of British at the Betjeman Arms

It is time to savour One Canada Square’s bottomless after dark menu

Wünderlust at the Big Red: You insatiable appetite will be satisfied by this double-decker

Niche: No compromise in taste from the restaurant that specialises in gluten-free dining

Fashionable May Fair Kitchen has the exquisite choices to please the most demanding of diners

Experience Sunday brunches with a difference at Cinnamon Soho

Variety is the spice of life at Mister Lasagna in Soho

Cielo Blanco: The modern face of Mexican Street food at Exmouth Market

Adam Handling: From Masterchef to The Frog

Serving deliciously different meat-free cuisine at Ethos, Fitzrovia

It is time for Bloody Marys and board games at the Natural Philosopher at Hackney

Night Tales: Keeping Hackney firmly hip and happening

The unstoppable gin revival continues courtesy of Graphic bar

Surf n Turf with Jimmy’s Pop-up in Clapham via Tabl

The Refinery CityPoint: Where customer service is king

Experience a taste of Vietnam at Pho and Bun in Chinatown

Mary Ward Centre Adult Education College

5 Interesting Courses in London

Primavera: A sparkling gem on a quiet stretch of New King’s Road

Vegetarians and egg-lovers rejoice at Cafe Loren in Camden

A wine pairing paradise awaits at Les 110 de Taillevent London

It’s back to black at Pizzicotto, High Street Kensington

Building a sense of community at Neighbourhood, Stratford

Medieval Banquet jester

Top Things To Do Along Thames Riverside

The Crown Tavern: Traditional British pubs still the choice for imbibers at Clerkenwell

Simpson’s in the Strand: a powerhouse that has stood the test of time

Serving up Anglo-American winners at the Loft, Wimbledon

A smorgasbord of meatilicious delights at Bodean’s BBQ Covent Garden

Time for a quick bite at Soho Wala in the West End –

Deceptively simple Italian classics on offer at Osteria 60, Kensington

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese sign

Top 15 Oldest Pubs in London: Soak Up Some History

Altitude London View

Surf and Turf to London’s best panoramic views

More than just noodles at Sasuke Ramen, Southbank

Style and substance are in abundance at Kaspar’s at The Savoy

Sixty One Kitchen Chefs

Relax, Enjoy and Unwind in Modern British Neighbourhood Restaurant Sixty One

Chocolate cupcakes from Primrose bakery

Best Bakeries in London to Indulge Your Sweet Tooth

Putting the hip into Hackney at La Terraza, Number 90 Bar & Kitchen

Discover a Little Bat out of heaven at Islington

Trade Union, Wapping: the pioneering model for new businesses

Liberty London: Beautiful British Fashion and Modern Design

Aerial Hoop Acrobat

Move back in time at The Medieval Banquet

Gaylord: over 50 years of excellence serving Indian cuisine in the West End

Sumptuous views and succulent steaks at Butlers Wharf Chop House

Pilpel: a falafel and houmous specialist with fire in their spirits

Experience the circle of life at GONG at Shangri-La Hotel

Kanada-Ya: Battle of the ramen bars on Panton Street in the West End

Arlo’s: Offering simplicity and substance for steak-lovers in Balham

The Prince Albert: Impressing diners and drinkers since 1866

Traditionalist are well catered for at London Steakhouse Co. in the City

A gastronomic Chinese odyssey with Andrew Wong

The Painted Heron: The best value Indian restaurant in Chelsea

The Belrose: a gastropub to warm your cockles this winter in Belsize Park

Herman ze German, Fitzrovia: ja, das ist wunderbar!

Expect a classy gastropub experience at Drunch, Regents Park

Escape the crowds of Oxford Street with a discreet dining experience at Hunter 486

Parliament Hill

Gyoza Bar in Covent Garden: assured and speedy service ideal for theatre-goers

Pepper Tree Big Breakfast

Thai Food in London – Clapham Common

José Pizarro shines in the playground of the bankers at Broadgate Circle

Drake and Morgan delivers once again at The Refinery, Bankside

Winter warmers await at the industry leading, Royal China on Baker Street

Blades at Hush: Where steak, lobster and whiskies reign supreme

28-50 Maddox Street: For those moments, when only Champagne will do for lunch

A time for celebrations at London Shell Co, Paddington

Simple, decent and honest food at Brother Marcus, Balham

thinking bob

thinking bob : Taking social events off-line and back into the real world

Latino flair is alive and kicking at Asia de Cuba, Covent Garden

Opso: It’s no Greek tragedy on Paddington Street, Marylebone

There is no stopping the all-conquering Saiphin Moore at her latest restaurant, Rosa’s Thai Cafe in Victoria

Sumptuous steaks to salivate over at Smith and Wollensky, Strand

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas: Bringing downtown Beirut to the heart of the West End

It’s party time at Belgo Holborn with mussels and Belgian beer

Enjoy the Fabulous Adventures of 698B via Tabl

Salivate at the sight of Mussel Men’s seafood selections

Absolutely Starving in London Bridge – Serving locals and tourists alike for more than 30 years

Travel the world from the comfort of Foley’s dining room in Fitzrovia

Dalloway Terrace: Refined afternoon tea to savour in the heart of Bloomsbury

Finding a hangover cure at the Jam Tree Chelsea

Hearty home comforts at Mustard, Shepherd’s Bush

Achingly hip pizzas from the Elliott Brothers at Pizza Pilgrims Soho

Southern French comfort cooking at Sardine, Old Street

The mischievously charming Encant will tantalise your taste buds

Leman Street Tavern: Another quality-assured offering from the Geronimo Inns

Explore exclusive wines at 1901 Wine Lounge at Andaz London Liverpool Street

Enjoy a bouncy night out at Ballie Ballerson, Stoke Newington

Rooftop film Club: Enjoy cinematic classics on top of the Bussey Building, Peckham

DSTRKT London: More than just a world-famous nightclub in the West End

The Athenian: From a small street food venture to building an empire

Life’s a beach at the Montague on the Gardens hotel

Live life to the fullest at High Timber, St Paul’s

Experience a taste of Spain at Camino Bankside

Your hunt for the perfect bottomless Sunday roast should end at OXBO Bankside

Gluten-free diners rejoice at the tremendous options available at Niche, Islington

Minnow: One to watch in the giant Clapham pond

The Victorian Bath House, Bishopsgate: A hidden gem in every way

Dinner at the Twits: the most gloriously gruesome immersive dining experience you will ever experience

Hearty options await at No 11 Pimlico Road, Victoria

Zia Lucia: A new neighbourhood pizzeria for the upscale residents of Brook Green

PAUL showing us L’Art de Vivre with their faultless afternoon tea offering

Celebrate the culinary delights of the Mediterranean and South America at Monmouth Kitchen in Covent Garden

A delectably different dining & drinking experience at Dans Le Noir

Trinity Arms: A traditional local pub you can rely on for Brixtonians

Expect service fit for royalty at Lanes of London, Marble Arch

Introducing the delights of Pugliese cuisine to the residents of Snaresbrook at Bombetta

Old school charms on offer at Gatti’s Italian restaurant in Moorgate

Appearances can be deceiving at Aquum, Clapham

Six Storeys on Soho: Refined elegance from the first floor to the loft

Burger Shack and Bar: Serving up popular British classics in Wimbledon Village

A picture perfect dining experience at Sake no Hana, Mayfair

Tsunami – Delivering refined Japanese excellence to Clapham’s cognoscenti

Pasta fans rejoice at the opening of Vapiano Tower Bridge

Hankies: Accessible, aromatic Indian cuisine from Anirudh Arora at The Montcalm, Marble Arch

Quality wine is the remedy to cure all ills

Shake Shack: Shaking up the burger scene on New Oxford Street

Tombo: Come to Soho’s first authentic Poké and Matcha Bar

Live At Zedel: Cocktails, lights and action in the heart of Soho

Galvin HOP: Redefining the pub experience at Liverpool Street

Take a journey along the Silk Road with Samarkand in Fitzrovia

Revisiting an old Chinese classic at Royal China Queensway

Experience magic and sparkle this Christmas at Nordic Yulefest

Sushi Shop: The French show us how it should be done in their conveniently located Marylebone branch

It’s a dim sum surprise at Fu Manchu, Clapham North

St Luke’s kitchen at Library: A genuine hidden gem in the heart of theatreland

A culinary journey across the world at Brasserie Blanc, Southbank

It is all about the ingredients at Sushi and Robata, High Street Kensington

No.29 Power Station West: The cool hangout of choice in the future at Battersea

Speed and substance on offer at Forge, Bank

A gourmet menu awaits at Duke of Clarence, South Kensington

Polo Bar: the 24/7 Great British cafe in Liverpool Street

Enjoy the thrills and spills of live sporting action at Greenwood, Victoria

Enjoy a carefree and alternative brunch at KuPP, Paddington Basin

Thyme and Lemon: Delivering a taste of Madrid in the heart of Islington

Romance is in the air at Le Garrick Covent Garden

A Brixton behemoth is reborn with Hope and Anchor

Boris Bikes

Getting Around London: 7 Alternative Ways to Get Around Town

Take a tour to the Tuscan countryside at Enoteca Pomaio, Brick Lane

Flavours of the Amalfi coast delivered to your plate at QP LDN, Mayfair

A Japanese omakase feast for all raw fish lovers at Kikuchi, Tottenham Court Road

Get your daily dose of Chicken from WingsEggs

Brew Cafe Putney

Fire up the BBQ with some Antipodean-style dining in Putney’s Brew Cafe

Learn to cook like a Valencian at London Paella School

Discover the art of grilling at Omnino Steakhouse in Aldgate

Immersive dining at its finest at Benihana, Chelsea

You will be crazy to miss Junkyard golf in Brick Lane

The bar is raised high for fine dining Indian cuisine at Darbaar, Liverpool Street

Working with local suppliers at Borough Market is the key to Arthur Hooper’s success

A masterclass in perfection at Gaucho Hampstead

Feel the East London vibe at Behind This Wall, Hackney

Judy Joo’s Jinjuu is a jubilant joy

It’s time for a steak out at Smithfield Market

Get hook’d on new school fish and chips at Camden Town

Fall in love with Japanese cuisine at Murakami, Covent Garden

Indigo restaurant: Where using the finest seasonal ingredients means more than advertising jargon

35 New Cavendish: Get the luxury of a private member’s club without the exorbitant prices

El Pirata of Mayfair: they just don’t make restaurants like this anymore

Eco, a Clapham institution that has been serving classic Italian dishes for over 20 years

Fulfill your diva dreams at Lucky Voice Soho

Westminster Kitchen: Another success story from restauranter Ibrahim Dogus

A Thai masterclass delivered with panache at Food at 52

Redefining our perception of Caribbean cuisine at Cottons, Notting Hill

40 Dean Street: serving the Soho community with classic homemade Italian dishes

Experience the exquisite taste of Peru at Seor Ceviche, Soho

Forget shaken or stirred, have your cocktail set on fire at The Alchemist

Pavilion wines starts the foodie quarter revolution in Sloane Square

Meat and Shake: Sublimed grilled meats and dreamy milkshakes for all Londoners

Flying the flag for British cuisine at The Well, Clerkenwell

Sunday night blues never felt so wonderful at Oslo, Hackney

Veneta in St James’s: Another jewel in the Salt Yard group empire

Pornstars, mood lighting and Dolly Parton. Welcome to Rocket Holborn.

A showcase of Finnish innovation at The Harcourt, Marylebone

10 Ways to Spice Up your 2015 Valentine’s Day in London

Your detox regime starts right here at Maple and Fitz

Brace yourself for a visual feast at 100 Kensington at The Exhibitionist Hotel

The Holy Birds in Spitalfields: A poultry restaurant fit for the President of the United States

Dinner Time Story: Redefining the dining experience one pixel at a time

It’s a classy culinary encounter at Galley, Islington

Thai Silk in Waterloo: All the Thai classics you want and more

Homemade tapas dishes expertly executed at Cigala, Bloomsbury

Marquis of Wellington: London’s very first street food pub on the famous Bermondsey Beer Mile

The Trading house: An imbibing institution for the most demanding of drinkers at St. Pauls

It’s Chicken Vs Chicken at On the Dak, Covent Garden

Experience ultimate liberation at The Bunyadi

Vicino: the trattoria serving honest, unpretentious and genuine Italian cooking

It is all about the pizza, pies and cider at the Stable Whitechapel

The Greek Larder: Food from the Godfather of Greek cuisine in London

Resistance is futile at the London Wonderground, Southbank

Shoryu: The King of Ramen extends into Covent Garden

Sushi in the City: your gateway into a private member’s paradise

The Petite Corée: the little neighbourhood bistro with a big heart

Italian dining at Bocconcino: Mayfair settings without the attitude

The Square Pig: a traditional English pub with a refreshed modern-day menu

Santa Maria Fitzrovia delivers authentic Neapolitan pizza to the London cognoscenti

HIPCHIPS: Are you trendy enough for these delectable crisps in Soho?

Comfort food that will melt your heart at The Phoenix

Smoke and Salt: the perfect partners in crime at this Islington pop-up

Transporting you to a winter wonderland at the Montague Ski Lodge

Get the Caribbean vibe at Rum Kitchen, Brixton

Chi Kitchen: Jack of all trades, master of all

Radio Days Fashion Shop

Radio Days: Strike Vintage Gold in Waterloo

The flames of creativity are burning bright at Ember, Monument

Lazy Sumday will be your kind of Sunday at Ping Pong, Southbank

Lima Floral: A Peruvian gastronomic masterclass from Robert Ortiz

Party like there’s no tomorrow at The 90s Brunch

Discover the real origins of the gourmet sandwich at Cafe Mish in Mayfair

Chiringuito: Bringing the Spanish vibes to Bethnal Green

An oasis of calm at Muriel’s Kitchen in Soho

Accept no substitutes, when you can get the real deal at Mestizo, Euston

The Alfred Tennyson: refined yet relaxed dining in upscale Belgravia

Shuang Shuang: High-concept hot-pot restaurant in the heart of Chinatown

Designer surroundings and an informal brunch menu at No197 Chiswick Fire Station

Love is in the air at Island Grill, Lancaster London hotel

Discover the whisky for you with 101 choices at the Gallery, West Hampstead

Wine, dine and recline your seats at the luxury film club at Brasserie Max

Historical grade-II listed gastronomic bar & restaurant London

A social dining experience at Popdown by Cuisson, Borough Market

Lancaster London’s ARTea Afternoon Tea: A masterpiece for all food lovers

Is Cinnamon Bazaar the spice of life Covent Garden has been waiting for?

Paladar: Bringing a ray of latino exuberance to Elephant and Castle

Boondocks: Taste one of the best American brunches on this side of the pond

French flair aplenty at The Balcon, London

Fine dining in a family friendly environment at Chriskitch Hoxton

Burn off your calories and enjoy delectable delights at Bounce Shoreditch

Mint Leaf: Championing fine dining for Indian cuisine lovers

The Prince Alfred: A gastropub fit for royalty

The trains on top of Village Underground

Best London Art Galleries

La Petite Provence at The Folly: A little gallic summer delight in the heart of the City

It’s a neontastic wonderland at God’s Own Junkyard, Walthamstow

The Piano Works: Sing us a song you’re the piano man

Feast on the best of world food at Kerb, Camden

Sharing the flavours of the Levantine at Ceru in South Kensington

Panda by Otto Schade

Street Art in London: Top 27 Artists

Savouring the joys of Pure Indian Cooking in Fulham

Ichiryu is the Ichiban choice for udon lovers in London

Journey into the Amazon with Pisqu’s head chef, William Ortiz

Balans Soho Society: A fitting tribute to the late Prady Balan

Revealing the secrets of the immersive theatrical experience Maman Le Mot

Aviary: There is no holding back this Phoenix at Finsbury Square

Immerse yourself into the world of The Grift and The Town Hall Hotel

It’s a jungle out at Backyard Cinema’s Lost World at Borough

The Pagination, Canary Wharf: Cosy nights await at this slick, modern bar

Wine and dine in atypical style at the Lyan Cellars pop-up

Made of Dough: A new rising star on the London street food scene

Drink life to the lees at the Alfred Tennyson

Get the Carnevale di Venezia experience at Columbia restaurant at Docklands Riverside

Bet on a surefire winner at The Fellow of King’s Cross

Kurobuta Marble Arch delivers top-notch Japanese sharing plates in a bustling environment

Diciannove: Mixing business with pleasure Italian style at Blackfriars

Sozai Cookery School: Be a master chef of Japanese cuisine

Team-bonding is the name of the game at Swingers, the City of London

Records in Phonica

London’s Best Record Shops

TPH of Chelsea: It’s a new direction for renowned chef Yogesh Datta

Exercise your democratic rights at Zia Lucia, Holloway Road

Choice and variety are in abundance at Pasta Remoli, Finsbury Park

Benito’s Hat: Riding the Mexican wave of success

Relive the nostalgia of old Hong Kong at Cha Chaan Teng in Holborn

Divas and dining at TWID, Battersea

LASSCO Bar & Dining: a quirky imbibe and dine experience in close proximity to Maltby Street

Enjoy the vintage glamour of The Alice House in Queen’s Park

Le Garrick celebrates the Vive La France spirit with their revamped decor and menu

A winning gold medal for the pop-up, Rio Boteco in Hackney

Fall in love with the breadbasket of Italy at Gotto Trattoria

Tootoomoo Islington: a bottomless brunch offering with variety and vitality

Patience is a virtue at the Savannah restaurant, Euston

It is back to basics at Rök smokehouse, Shoreditch

Rigo: Fine dining in a neighbourhood restaurant in Parsons Green

A Sunday roast fit for royalty at the The Marquis Cornwallis, Bloomsbury

Golden Dragon at Bang Bang Oriental sets the standard for high-quality Cantonese cuisine

Catch the best sporting action at Frankie’s Sports Bar & Grill in Fulham

The Pepper Tree: Is Thai food the best hangover cure around?

Titu, Mayfair: Is this the smallest restaurant in London?

Back to basics with convivial pub vibes at The Lord Palmerston

Islingtonites rejoice at the wonderful all day menu at Fig & Olive

It’s all about the gentrified Sunday roast lunches at The Commercial, Herne Hill

The very best of all-day dining in the heart of Camden at Atrium Kitchen

Prepare for an antipodean invasion at Ben’s Canteen, Battersea

Celebrating femininity and fine dining at An Evening of Meat at The Vaults, Waterloo

Theatrics guaranteed at the fabulous Vaulty Towers, Waterloo

Sarona – a modern restaurant breaking down Middle Eastern stereotypes

Experience a Perfect Day at Sticks ‘n’ Sushi Victoria

A Japanese drinking den that is a cut above the rest at Kiri, Mayfair

Treat yourself to a Winemaker’s dinner at Ristorante Frescobaldi

The Victor Garvey empire grows from strength to strength with their latest addition, Rambla

Eneko’s star is shining brightly at One Aldwych Hotel

Pan-Asian delights await your visit at Nirvana Kitchen, Marylebone

Visit Bridget Jones’ local at The Globe Tavern, Borough Market

Small plates of Turkish delights at Oklava, Shoreditch

The King of Ramen hits St James’s

Souk Medina: Bringing the magic of Marrakesh to Covent Garden

Plate restaurant at M By Montcalm: bringing classical greatness to tech-savvy Shoreditch

Oliver B

Top talent to watch out for in London for 2015

Fantastic Handyman

Fantastic handyman: when you need a real man around the house

Feel the spirit of summer with the imbibing masterclasses at Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings

The Poke phenomenon is showing no signs of abating with the launch of Honi Poke in Soho

Omar Allibhoy’s Tapas Revolution brings accessible Spanish cuisine to Shoreditch

Savour classic French dishes from Raymond Blanc at Brasserie Blanc Southbank

Potent flavours collide at P.F Chang’s Asian Table, Covent Garden

Smart casual dining delivered effortlessly at Town House at The Kensington

Princess of Wales - Primrose Hill

The Princess of Wales Pub: Pride of Primrose Hill That Even Banksy Can’t Resist!

You always get a hearty welcome at Yumi Izayaka on Shaftesbury Avenue

Live music sessions on top of the world at Sky Garden

Talli Joe: The standard-bearer for modern Indian cuisine

Frog exhibit in the Grant Museum of Zoology

Best Hidden Museums in London: Try these less known favourites

Life is a cabaret at Circus, Covent Garden

Relish the charms of Clapham at No32 The Old Town

Where else would Romeo’s Sugar Free Bakery be apart from trendy Upper Street, Islington

Escape the shopping madness of Knightsbridge at The Egerton House Hotel drawing room

Haché Shoreditch: Gourmet Burgers with Global Garnishes

Enjoy a refined Thai culinary experience at Patara, Hampstead

Tibits Vegetarian Restaurant

Sumptuous Vegetarian Restaurant in London in Regents Street

Authenticity is the key at the Japanese restaurant Engawa in Piccadilly

Serenading singers and liquid libation abound at Archer Street, Soho

Shining a spotlight on Chinese regional cuisine at Chinese Cricket Club, Blackfriars

108 Brasserie: When you need good, simple and honest food

A synergistic success for Carluccio’s at Marriott Regents Park

The Localist, Farringdon: A neighbourhood restaurant fit for any community

Sail away into the sunset with a Thames dinner cruise with Citycruises

No daylight robbery at Heist Bank, Paddington

Manitoba Tigella Kitchen Bar: bringing an ancient Italian recipe back to life

A new culinary institution is born at Hatchetts, Mayfair

Long bar at the Sanderson, Fitzrovia: a designer bar for the fashionista crowd in London

Amici Miei: a neighbourhood Italian restaurant we would all love to see on our high street

Cocktails at Eaton Square

Eaton Square Restaurant and Cocktail Bar- Flavours of the Mediterranean in the heart of Belgravia

Be bowled over by the gregarious British hospitality and fine American cuisine at All Star Lanes Bayswater

Ethical dining with wild foraged seasonal produce at Shanes on Canalside, Hackney Wick

Ma’Plucker: 3-way chicken that impresses the West End crowds

House of Godo: an authentic Italian takeaway experience

Blind Spot: Hitting the spot for imbibing enthusiast in a hidden speakeasy in Covent Garden

Time to go back to the future at Kojawan

Food for thought at Jenius Social, Islington

Donostia Social Club brings restaurant quality food to The King & Co in Clapham

Chotte Matte – Putting sexy back into vegetarian dining

Zuma: A restaurant that truly stands the test of time

Come fly with me at Butchies, Shoreditch

Enjoy the stripped back elegance of the tasting menu at Anglo, Farringdon

A mouthwatering Japanese menu for the discerning at Sakagura, Mayfair

Bottomless Pizza, Pimm’s and Prosecco and Ealing Park Tavern

The Candlelight Club

Bank Holiday In London: May Day 2013

One of my favourite months is upon us – May. And it’s my favourite because it brings us not one but TWO bank holidays. Turning our attention to the one coming up imminently, here are a few of the best things happening this first May bank holiday in London.

30 Apr 2013 | 3 Comments
Stage at Are You Sitting Comfortably

Best Literary Events in London: For Those Who Love Words

For the lover of words among you, who might be interested in entertainment a little more literary, London has plenty of nights which focus on just this.

24 Apr 2013 | 1 Comment

Guide to Theatre In London

London is the theatre capital of the world.  Yes, so Broadway’s pretty important too, but if I can be heard above the howls of rage emanating from the Great White Way, hear me out

17 Apr 2013 | 0 Comments
Pig at the Kentish Town City Farm

Top 5 City Farms In London: A Taste Of The Country In The City

Living in the city of London you might be forgiven for expecting never to encounter anything more rural than a pair of designer wellies.  You’d be forgiven; but you’d be wrong. 

05 Apr 2013 | 1 Comment

Subscribe to the TownFish newsletter