Escape the City with Volvo // Meditation Session

At the top of the escalators in busy Canary Wharf, Volvo have created a little slice of heaven.

IMG_7331

Continue reading

Advertisements

Dining with a difference // My fave interactive experiences

As an ex drama student, and someone that grew up wanting to become an actress/famous, it’s no real shock that I’m a huge fan of interactive experiences. I’m nearly always the first person to volunteer when performers ask for an assistant….after a little persuasion. Being in London there’s a tone of these cool immersive/interactive experiences, both with and without food and varying in levels of participation. So I thought I would put together a little guide for you all.

11825152_804122003039505_2869081143234298543_n

Continue reading

Making Pad Thai like a pro // Jamie Oliver’s Cooking Class

Every year my lovely house mates and I club together for each other’s birthdays to organise some sort of house activity/outing. The most recent one was for lovely rosy’s birthday where we took her to do one of Jamie Oliver’s Cooking Classes.

IMG_6529

Continue reading

Bottomless brunch…with a twist // Lima Fitzrovia

Last weekend I was given the pleasure of trying Lima London’s new bottomless brunch menu through work. But this isn’t brunch as you know it. This is Peruvian brunch!

IMG_6406-(002).jpg

Continue reading

French themed date night // Bon Vivant

I’m a big fan of French food, and I certainly don’t eat it enough. I’m a sucker for sticking to Italian or some kind of Asian food, simply because I feel like you can’t go wrong with it. But when the delightful new Bon Vivant opened its doors over near Russell Square I had to give it a go.

Continue reading

A sushi lovers dream – Sushi Cafe

For those of you that follow me on Instagram, you will know I’m a little bit obsessed with sushi. It’s the one type of food that I don’t think I ever could or would get board of. So when I discovered this little place called sushi café in Battersea, I knew I would quickly become a regular, and I’ve been singing its praises ever since.

IMG_6247.jpg

Continue reading

Darwin Brasserie – Sky Garden

Ed and I had a rather special occasion a little while back, and so to celebrate I thought it would be lovely for us to head back to the Sky Garden and try one of their restaurants, Darwin Brasserie.

028

Continue reading

Trying Ceru – South Kensington

For those of you that don’t know, I recently started an incredible new job. One of the amazing perks of this new job is getting invited to a tone of new restaurant or bar openings to sample and then create emails or content for. One of the ones I recently got invited to was Ceru in South Kensington.

ceru-exterior

Continue reading

The Barbary

You may remember my post a while back about Nat.ive and me gushing about how much I love Neal’s Yard. Its the most adorable little courtyard with some of the yummiest little restaurants nestled together. So when I popped over this time, I wanted to try a new one!

030

Continue reading

An evening at La Soirée

There is a bit of a theatre theme this week on the blog. But this show couldn’t be further from The Royal. The best way to describe La Soirée is, like going to an amazing adult version of the circus……with some rather graphic adult interludes, all done in jest of course! img_5168

Continue reading