London Restaurant Festival at Heddon Street Kitchen


Back in the day whilst I was still at university, after submitting numerous assignments, my friends and I used to head to Heddon Street for a night out. The hedonistic (or should I say Heddon-istic) night would often begin with cocktails at a bar, and once suitably inebriated (and I hang my head in shame here) we’d head next door to Strawberry Moons to dance the night away to cheesy pop music. Read more…

Review: MAP Maison, Haggerston


If like me, you live in London and are a part of the doomed generation rent then chances are you’re not blowing your hard-earned salary at IKEA every weekend. In that case, you’ve probably made this sacrifice for the sake of enjoying London’s culture. This essentially means drinking in better furnished establishments than your own home. Read more…

Stylish & Hearty Dining at Eastway

Heirloom Tomato Tart

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Liverpool Street station, inside the Andaz Hotel is the impressive brasserie Eastway. Its light and vibrant space, along with their delicious-looking London Restaurant Festival menu made it a perfect Friday night dinner destination.
Peach Bellini & Whisky Sour
We received a lovely warm welcome from the host and were shown to our seat. Read more…

Floating 3 Courses & Free-Flowing Prosecco at R.S. Hispaniola


What better for an early London autumnal evening than a London Restaurant Festival menu at an out-of-the-ordinary venue. Our vessel for the evening came in the form of a London landmark for the last 30 years, the R.S. Hispaniola. The permanently moored restaurant ship at Victoria Embankment offers a one-of-a-kind river view of Parliament and the London Eye, so I jumped at the opportunity to visit. Read more…