Four of my top picks for afternoon tea in London

Afternoon Tea London

When it comes to choosing an afternoon tea experience in London the choice can be overwhelming, so here’s a heads-up of some of my top picks that are sure to tantalise your taste buds in sumptuous surroundings whilst receiving outstanding service. Whether you want a classic, elegant afternoon tea, champagne on a terrace or a chic, punk-themed tea you’re bound to find one here. To kick-off afternoon tea week I went […]

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Chablis mon ami? Ah oui merci! Tasting our way around the Chablis wine region

Andaz Hotel Private Dining

Good food, good wine and good company. What more could you want for an evening? And so it was that a few fellow gastronomes and I embarked on an night of frivolity and wine tasting highlighting the wines of the very quaffable grape that is Chablis. The town of Chablis is located is the northernmost wine region of Burgundy. The cool climate produces wines […]

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Review- The Bailey’s Hotel marks its 140th anniversary with an amazing anniversary package – South Kensington, London

The Bailey's Hotel - Junior Suite

The Bailey’s Hotel in South Kensington is celebrating its 140th anniversary following a huge refurbishment. As one of London’s oldest, townhouse hotels the refurb has been sympathetic to the original Victorian period features whilst giving it a fresh, contemporary feel. The Bailey’s Hotel is home to the world’s first ‘ascending room’ or lift to you and me and this stunning boutique hotel boasts 212 luxury guest […]

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Review – The Petersham Hotel, Richmond – Luxury dining on the banks of The Thames

Restautant At The Petersham Richmond

A stone’s throw from the gorgeous Richmond Park, The Petersham hotel sits on a hill overlooking the Thames and making the most of Turner’s famous view. Completed in 1865 in an Italian Gothic style, The Petersham retains many of it’s original features including the stunning Portland stone staircase purported to be one of the oldest free-standing staircases in the country (another, albeit marble, can […]

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Review – Macellaio RC ministers to the meat-loving masses in South Kensington, amen!


The fashionable suburb of South Kensington is over-flowing with chic, trendy restaurants. With a large international community made up mostly of French expats, Italian and Spanish and a large number of tourists visiting the local museums and gardens there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. Along the Old Brompton Road is Macellaio. Looking through the shop window it looks like a butcher […]

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Review – Bicester Village – Discovering Soho House’s Farmshop Café and designer discount deals!

Soho House Spitroast Chicken

A day out at Bicester Village is sure to grab you some pretty amazing bargains. With big labels such as Dior, Prada, Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood to name a few, this outlet village is a haven for any fashionista or those who would like to own a piece of high-end bling at a discounted price. A 45 minute train journey from Marylebone […]

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A Food Lover’s Guide to Street Food Markets and Pop-ups in London

The Fire Station Waterloo

Welcome to the street food guide to help you to find your nearest food market in London. Click on the area to get more info or enter your search in the top right corner. Happy eating! For more follow me on Twitter, Instagram MsFoodBlogger, Instagram MsTravelBlogger, Facebook and Pinterest.

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