Purezza

Today I have been invited by Love Pop Ups London to try out the plant-based, vegan pizzeria Purezza in Camden, London. This fresh company serves up Italian classics with a modern twist, all their recipes are plant based and vegan, with many gluten-free and some raw food options as well. This gorgeous restaurant is on…

An Evening Of Meat

Another trip to The Vaults, this time for the curious sounding An Evening Of Meat, a dance and dinner performance labelled as fiercly femine. A six course dinner accompanied by a dance troupe, to tantalize all your senses. I was lucky enough to go twice, once for the meat feast, and a second time to…

The Chocolate Show

I had the chance to visit the absolutely stunning Chocolate Show at the Olympia last weekend, courtesy of Love Popups London. As a total and utter chocolate aficionado, I was excited to get to see gourmet chocolate at its best. Right from the get-go, we were enveloped in the delicious smell of cocoa, with many samples ready to…

Beauty And The Feast

When the Beast invites you to a magical feast at his castle, you have to attend! I was able to secure preview tickets for Beauty And The Feast at the Vaults, one of my favourite venues around London, so of course I was excited to see this immersive combination of dinner party and panto. The evening started in…

WeFiFo and Peckham Manor at Louie Louie

I was lucky enough to be invited along to WeFiFo & Peckham Manor‘s Sunday Supper event at Louie Louie, courtesy of LovepopupsLondon. The listed menu looked fantastic, so I was very excited for this evening and invited BambiBlueChew along. Immediately when we arrived, we were welcomed and offered jellied margarita shots, which we both had to decline as we do not drink/eat alcohol. The…

Bunga Bunga Covent Garden

A friend of mine organised a group of us to go to the previews of the new Bunga Bunga location in Covent Garden, I just couldn’t miss this! It was advertised as an immersive mafia wedding theme with a set menu for food. When we arrived, we were seated at the bar area for a…

Stranger Eats

For a friend’s birthday, we ended up in the Old Queens Head in Islington. The pub is quite quirky, with rustic and homey elements like antlers and wood paneling, interspersed with interesting and even macabre items like random skulls (they couldn’t tell me whether they were real or not) and taxidermy animals in fancy dress. It’s definitely…

Heddon Street Kitchen

As part of Yelp‘s community programme, I was invited to a special breakfast celebration at Heddon Street Kitchen. We had a beautiful upstairs space reserved for our large group and were welcomed very warmly by the staff. After a few drinks, we were introduced to the way the kitchen works with a fantastic demonstration by one of…

Delicious Decay

In the run up to Halloween I like to check out creepy and spooky events throughout London. When I heard about Delicious Decay at Barts Pathology Museum of Queen Mary University of London, I just had to give it a go! This Edible Body Farm was advertised as a delicious extravaganza revolving aroud decay and decomposition in…

London’s Longest Dinner Party

I was lucky enough to be invited to London’s Longest Dinner Party, 100 courses served over an entire day. The spot I snagged was for the first 9 lunch courses. As we arrived a bit early, I was lucky enough to taste the last brunch course being served, a scotch quail egg on a risotto…

Shiny New Blog!

Shiny, shiny, shiny! This site needs content… which it will get with time, promise. I’ll also go back and write reviews about events I attended but never wrote much about if I feel they really should be on here. Anything posted before this blog post is written up after the blog was created. Confusing? Nah,…