When in Balham, a visit to MILK is imperative. Thanks to its charming interior (including that pink tile-topped table), handcrafted British furniture, free trendy magazines and wifi, and a buzzing atmosphere, it’s a fabulous little find, located right on Hildreth
The restaurants of Brixton Village tend to have certain characteristics in common. No reservations, buckets of cutlery in the centre of the table, portions huge with little consideration for the presentation – awesome, casual, down and dirty dining. From the
Old Spike Roastery is achieving big things given it’s tiny size. A small unit on Peckham Rye, it’s different from every other coffee shop I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting for one reason: In addition to the in-house roasting
You could battle the hoards at Borough Market, getting sweatier and more stressed with each pushy crowd member who muscles past you… Or you could pop to Pulia, just round the corner, for exceptional southern Italian fare. It’s your call.
Heartcore is hard core. Step into the studio and you’ll be wowed by the beautiful interior design and luxe facilities, but make no mistake – this hour is going to hurt. Heartcore is all about results, and taking the necessary
Thanks to Peckham Refreshment Rooms, I have a new found love for Peckham, an area of south London I hadn’t previously given much thought to. If you’re in the same boat, I highly recommend hopping on a bus or Overground
Shot Espresso was already on my radar as a spot in Fulham to get a good proper coffee. So when I received word that Bistrò by Shot, an all-day dining spin-off with a Michelin-starred head chef (Fabrice “Fab” Meier), had opened
Reason to love F Mondays, the cute little café on Brixton Hill: 1. It’s a stone’s throw from my house – result! Just on the right as you walk up Brixton Hill, less than ten minutes from the tube station.
London Grind opened to much fanfare in February, as their launch day pledge of free coffee all day drew hoards of caffeine craving punters. Located almost on London Bridge (any closer and it’d be in the Thames), this Grind follows
You can’t help but fall in love with a place when the cocktails have names like Does A Bear Sh*t In The Woods (expertly crafted and served in a coupe glass with some salmon and samphire on the side!), and
Pedler has been set up by a team who live in and love Peckham. And that’s great, because before now, I’d never had reason to venture to Peckham, despite it’s proximity to Brixton via the number 37 bus route! Pedler
The best Christmas presents are the kind that are given to someone else, that you also get to take part in! Cue a full family outing to sample the winner of the UK Tea Guild’s Top London Afternoon Tea Award