Pizza Night at Firebrand Marylebone

There’s something comforting in having a good local pizza place that you go to time and time again, where you know the pizza is always going to be moreishly good, the staff friendly and the prices right. Firebrand Pizza in Marylebone is one of those hidden gems in the heart of Marylebone, just a hop,

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The Best Pho & Buns in London

If you’re a fan of the Bao craze that has swept over London, then keep reading for a hidden gem I’ve recently discovered in Central London… Pho & Bun is a quirky little Vietnamese restaurant located on Shaftesbury Avenue right next to Soho and China Town. It’s an off-shoot of the wildly successful Viet Eat

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Bottomless Brunch at Villandry St. James’s

Birthdays call for brunches of the bottomless variety and for my best friend’s special day we decided to try the lovely Villandry St. James’s. Ciaran and I have been long-time fans of the Great Portland Street location and every time I walk past the St. James’s location, I can’t get over how stunning it looks. Plus,

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The Newly Launched Farmer, Butcher, Chef – Sussex

The Goodwood Hotel is a fantastic countryside escape for so many reasons, which you can read about here, but one of the best aspects of the hotel is the newly launched Farmer, Butcher, Chef restaurant… The restaurant itself is stepped in history, dating back to 1780 and was once a coaching in used to accommodate

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Luxurious Christmas at Pan Chai Harrods

I can’t believe that Christmas is now less than a month away. 2016 has well and truly flown by. It feels like just yesterday Ciaran and I were doing our last minute Christmas shopping the day before in a manic rush to get it all done. I am sure that this year will be very

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American Gal’s Guide to Thanksgiving in London

Thanksgiving is my favourite holiday – even more so than Christmas. For the most part, it is one of those holidays that brings back a lot of great memories growing up. Every family has their own traditions, but the universal commonality is that friends and family come together over the dinner table and bond over

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Dinner at ROKA Canary Wharf

Last weekend, Ciaran and I had a little staycation in Canary Wharf, which was really great because although it is technically in London, it’s far enough away from Central London to make it feel like a getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. As part of our mini staycation, we indulged in dinner

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BungaTINI

BungaTINI, located on Drury Lane in the heart of Covent Garden, is the latest concept by Inception Group, one of London’s most innovative and talented hospitality groups. The creative company owns operates the likes of Cahoots, a 1940’s underground-themed bar in Soho, Barts, Chelsea’s Prohibition Era drinking den, Maggie’s, a super fun 1980s bar, Beaver

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Brunch at Theo’s Simple Italian, Hotel Indigo

Theo Randall is one of the most well-respected chefs in Italian cuisine and has truly made his mark on the London food scene. In 2006, he opened Theo Randall in the Intercontinental Park Lane and most recently, opened Theo’s Simple Italian in the lovely Hotel Indigo in Earl’s Court. I have always heard fabulous things

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