Rosa’s Thai Cafe

Rosa's Thai Cafe London Review Blog post

Can you believe I’ve never had Thai food before?! (Well, I mean before I visited Rosa’s, obviously- now I’m hooked!) My baby sis is currently making her way around Thailand and the last time we spoke she had just had an amazing Pad Thai- I can’t vouch for how good it was, but having never […]

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Homeslice

Pizzas at Homeslice London

I think I’m a bit of a pizza snob * gasps*. Don’t get me wrong, I could demolish a dominos or a classic Pollo ad Astra any day, but I find shop bought pizzas to be a bit soggy, bland and boring and rarely order pizza when I visit a new restaurant. At Homeslice I had […]

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Cutter and Squidge

Biskies at Cutter and Squidge, Soho

I’ve been eyeing up this cutesy little cake shop for a while, famous for their biskies, and jumped at the opportunity to make a trip recently after a not too fabulous exam. Post-exam is undoubtedly one of the most necessary times for a treat (if I do say so myself!), especially when it hasn’t gone […]

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DF Mexico

If there’s one thing London is lacking it’s good Mexican restaurants & this makes me sad. DF Mexico has definitely alleviated my woes of late after I stumbled upon it earlier this month! The brain child of Thomasina Miers, top chef & creator of Wahaca, I initially had low expectations as the latter has never […]

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Sunday Brunch: Granger & Co.

Ok, so technically this wasn’t a Sunday but I’m pretty sure the experience would be the same?! After Easter my sister came back down to London for a couple of days and naturally I had a brunch spot planned for every morning. Unfortunately, we didn’t managed to make it out the flat in time, shame […]

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Down the Rabbit Hole

After missing out on a chance to visit the Alice in Wonderland exhibition during the lates at the British Library in November, I have been meaning to make a visit since, and made it a priority when I got back to the city after Christmas. This weekend I managed to cross it off my to-do […]

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Sunday Brunch: Franze and Evans

After all the excitement of Columbia Road on Sunday we worked up quite an appetite! There were a host of pretty little cafe’s surrounding the stalls but we were in search of something a little more substantial (EGGS) and a little less busy (after battling the crowds between the flowers we needed some personal space!) […]

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Columbia Road

As I said recently, I try and take Sunday as a ‘me’ day as much as I can and one of my favourite places to go is Columbia Road Flower Market. There’s something about the bustling road that makes it such a fun place to go, and being alone make’s it way less stressful- you […]

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CHRISTMAS IN THE CAPITAL

The capital as in London, not ‘The Capitol’ as in that of Panem (if you don’t know, then reassess your life choices perhaps?) If you know me- you’ll know I am Christmas. You will catch me counting down the days from August, if not earlier, and I’ll probably subject my friends to Christmas songs and […]

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