June 19, 2017

When the Coal Vaults shut its doors a few years ago now, it promised to return, and I was such a fan I kept my eager eyes peeled. Return it did, with a slightly altered moniker – now The Vault, hiding beneath the Soho stalwart Milroy’s. Unless you know you might not kn...

June 16, 2017

When I first got to Lady Dinah’s I thought, well this is a bit rubbish! I was showed downstairs where nary a cat could be seen and the ones I did spot were busy sleeping it up in their adorable little cat perches and houses. One cat was strolling around and everyone do...

May 25, 2017

Berlin Berlin is a clubnight playing homage to the sexiness of Berlin – nods to the hedonism of the Weimar republic and the dark clubbing possibilities of the modern city.

It is held in the top floor of Egg with its own entrance but it permits you access to the rest of...

April 23, 2017

I can’t remember I became aware of the bread bowl breakfast but as soon as I did I knew I had to have it in my life. After a failed attempt the week before (dramas on the Saturday night left me in no mood for brunch on the Sunday, I was back to tackle this beast.

I almo...

April 19, 2017

I have been to Max’s Sandwiches twice now and each time been treated to a thing of sloppy, overly stuffed, crunchy wonder.

Max knows a thing or two about sandwiches – ensuring that each one he creates is a textural delight. Bread to filling ratio is on point, and there...

February 10, 2017

Smut Slam (I declare) is the new Cringe. Except you’re guaranteed everything you hear is going to be sex related. And it is as brilliant as you would expect.

Of course, what is said at Smut Slam stays at Smut Slam so I’m not going to divulge what confessions I actually...

February 8, 2017

E Pellicci is an East End institution, famed for what it is, more than it’s food but to me that’s as good a reason as any to visit. I’ve walked past it countless times as it is just up the road from me, and more often than not (especially in the summer) there are peopl...

December 27, 2016

Subjectivity is a ‘topical debate night’ with the slogan – Making room for wider conversation. What that translated to in real life was a hugely entertaining and thoughtful night that left me on a high. I had thought it would be more of a topical debate panel show wher...

December 19, 2016

It was as wonderful as I expected from the Nightjar folks, with cocktails that taste great and have a playful, inventive side. The menu itself is a joy to read...

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