London Coffee Festival

I’m hyper and somewhat shaky, the result of an afternoon spent savouring everything the London Coffee Festival 2016 has to offer. The event, held at The Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, is held across two levels, with coffee centric stalls in abundance. The lines of people waiting to enter the afternoon session were somewhat daunting, but…

Exotic Brunch At Berber And Q

Berber And Q is a name you will have seen in the (endless) lists of best new openings in 2015, and with good reason, this East London arrival takes Middle Eastern cuisine a long way away from the late night Kebab stop. Set in the arches of a railway bridge this Middle Eastern fusion restaurant…

Crazy Cocktails At Bar NightJar

Cocktails have made a huge comeback in recent years, and there’s a lot of locations that are over hyped on the drinks front. Thankfully Bar Nightjar is not one of them. This is the bar that caused controversy a few years ago by having something that may have come from a whale in one of…

Chapter 8 Games With Chambord

Back when summer was shinning its final rays I attended a great pop up hosted by Chambord. The Chapter 8 Games picked up on 2015’s top theme, Alice in Wonderland, with a stylised game of flamingo croquet. The setting was an astro turf covered rooftop bar near London fields. The playing field was small but…

Now Reopened: Dinerama Shoreditch Street Food

A few weeks ago Dinerama, the newest Shoreditch street food location, went up in a blaze of fire that could be seen miles away. Luckily ‘No Hipsters Were Harmed’ to quote the controversial Tweet from the London fire services. But that ill considered Tweet now rings true, Dinerama has reopened and it’s looks like the hipsters…