Little Bay is one of those places that just becomes dear to the heart of those who stumble across its warm embrace, managing to combine the three things that are starting to, sadly, disappear across the landscape of our food scene here in Britain- good, honest bistro food at prices that wonâ€™t require a second mortgage, served up with a twist of classic British eccentricity.
Nestled deep in the heart of â€˜Smooth-Fieldsâ€™, to give the area its historical name, lies â€˜SMITHSâ€™ of Smithfields bar & restaurant London. This grade-II listed, four-floor gastronomic church may as well be dedicated to the meat-market this location is best-known for and attracts a vast array of gourmand pilgrims from the four corners of the nation. Amen to that we say.
Whatever your resolutions for 2015, it is so not time to jump on the wagon yet. London always has a wealth of spectacular events on offer to help you see out the old year in styleâ€¦ so whether youâ€™re looking for a long night of Bacchanalian hedonism, a rather more demure evening of culture and cuisine or even if you fancy going the whole traditional hog(manay), here are some Townfish tips for an unforgettable celebration of auld lang syne.
Our annual weep-fest is already out breaking the nation courtesy of John Lewis and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has thrown on the Oxford Street lights. This can only mean one thing- itâ€™s time for the long road to Christmas. And Christmas in London is always spectacular!
Trip Space, a multi-functional cultural space beneath the railway arches of Haggerston have played host to a seriously eclectic array of events and activities covering everything from Contemporary Choreography and Acro Yoga through to Contact Improvisation though to my knowledge, never have their permanent offerings tasted so good.