sketch has the most fabulous interior – I’ve always loved it, and everyone I take there is most impressed. It’s like several venues all under one roof – these are the three zones that have all received the Have You
Maybe I’m a bit slow on the uptake, but I recently discovered how fabulous Marylebone is! I have visited on two gloriously sunny days in the past week, and now I’m totally hooked. I should apologise for the highly calorific
The original Boulestin was opened in 1927 by Frenchman Xavier Marcel Boulestin. The first TV cook, Boulestin’s restaurant became famous as the most expensive place to eat in all of England, and lived on until the end of last century.
This summer, Selfridges rooftop is playing host to a new series of dining pop ups, dubbed “On The Roof With…”. The project kicks off with Q Grill, who invite customers to dine high above the streets of London, surrounded by
Two of my favourite things: Getting to choose the restaurant, and having someone else buy me lunch! Both were accomplished on my visits to Pollen Street Social, in Mayfair, last summer – which was rather fabulous since the prices are
I’m no stranger to exercise – Barry kicks my butt at his Euston Bootcamp on a regular basis, and I frequently spin my socks off at Psycle – so as soon as I spotted the newly-opened barrecore studio near my
I do love it when I’m asked to book a venue for a working lunch, allowing me to indulge my obsession with fabulous restaurants, while the company foots the bill! Located on Pollen Street, just a stone’s throw from my
Last summer, Mr Fogg’s arrived in Mayfair with a bang. A recreation of the home of Jules Verne’s most famous adventurer, Phileas Fogg, this eccentric cocktail-serving gem is the first West End venue from public school boys Charlie Gilkes and