Restaurants | Bermondsey

Pique-Nique Those of you who who are familiar with Bermondsey French resto Casse Croute will be cocking your berets to the side in intrigue as you learn that its now getting a sister restaurant, right across the street. Pique-Nique is currently being built in a formerly unused building, and will specialize in rotisserie.

Food & Drink | Covent Garden

Mamie’s Creperie & Cider Bar Mamie’s has sadly now closed. Ah crepe.

Restaurants | Soho

Quo Vadis Quo Vadis is a question in latin, and literally means ‘where are you going?’ The answer to which is Quo Vadis….

Things to do: Archive | Camden

KERB Camden NOTE: KERB Camden has moved out, and Camden Market are back in charge of the street food here….

Restaurants | Covent Garden

Flesh and Buns From the people behind Bone Daddies, Flesh and Buns is yet another restaurant with a name that might also be a strip club.

Restaurants | Victoria

Rail House Cafe A sibling to the Riding House Café, Rail House offers the same top-notch Modern European cuisine at all hours of the day, in a plush and eclectic setting in Victoria’s NOVA complex.

Things to do: Archive | Shoreditch

Tequila & Mezcal Fest The tequila and mezcal festival is coming… give it a shot.

Food & Drink | Battersea

Tiger Dram Unfortunately, this pop up has now closed.

Things to do: Archive | Bethnal Green

Oktoberfest East Backpfeifengesicht literally means ‘a face that deserves to be slapped’ in German. Which may be what you want to do to us if we neglected to tell you that Oktoberfest is coming to London and is bringing with it unlimited steins of original Oktoberfest bier.

Restaurants | Shoreditch

Dirty Bones Shoreditch Three is the magic number. And Shoreditch is the magic location. So it bodes well that Dirty Bones have opened their third outpost there….

Things to do: Archive | Acton Town

A Logo for London A Logo for London | London Transport Museum *Ding dong* Ladies and gentlemen. This is your driver speaking. Today we’ll be cruising at an.

Things to do: Archive | Southbank

The Nelson Mandela Trilogy Nelson Mandela might be the first politician in history that we actually miss. So it’s a good thing you can see his incredible life dramatised on the Southbank.