How to picnic in London: The Arch London’s posh picnic hampers

Picnic Hampers The Arch London

Is there anything more quintessentially English than a picnic in the park? Probably not. Which is why the The Arch London has done all the thinking for you and is offering the experience up at a park of your choosing – Hyde Park is probably easiest – with their new posh picnic hampers. The Arch’s […]

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival is coming to London

Royal China Baker Street

This June, London will come alive to the tune of its collection of Hong Kong boats that’ll do battle for top honours in the middle of town. The dragon boat festival takes place each year at the London Regatta Centre in the city’s Docklands, with up to 40 teams battling it out for top honours. […]

Australian wines kill it at Decanter World Wine Awards

Decanter Awards wine 3

Everyone knows Aussie wines are good. But, now it’s official. At the Decanter World Wine Awards in London recently, amongst 930 entries, in between 17,000 wines from over 57 countries and judged by 280 of the world’s finest winies, the humble Australian drop took out quite the title. Only the top 50 were awarded the […]

National Gallery London presents Leonardo’s Legacy: Francesco Melzi and the Leonardeschi

National Gallery Leonardeschi 1

It’s been a hot minute since Leonardo da Vinci died (500 years), so the National Gallery London is doing something to commemorate him. They’re presenting a bunch of work from artists called the Leonardeschi, who’re basically disciples of the famed artist. On loan, the Gallery has secured the work Flora by Francesco Melzi from the […]

Bottomless brunch in London: COYA Angel Court goes boozy

As the sun comes out in London, so do (more of) its drinkers and what better way to do it than a bottomless brunch? COYA in Angel Court – one of five global locations – has ramped it up a bit for its base of loyal and new friends, putting on a bottomless brunch spread […]

Chelsea Flower Show doughnuts: Crosstown and Bluebird team up for good

Crosstown doughnuts

Crosstown, the doughnut people of London and Bluebird European restaurant of Chelsea are have created a special floral inspired doughnut afternoon tea for The Chelsea Flower Show. So if flowers, colour and deliciousness are your thing, then you’ve got two days to swoop in and try before the flower show finishes. Running until 25 May, […]

New, rustic and comfy – Morty & Bob’s at Coal Drops Yard London is your new local

Morty & Bob’s was one of the early settlers of London’s new Coal Drop Yard open air entertainment and dining precinct just north of Kings Cross station and you’ll love what they’ve done with the place. They moved in, used the existing brickwork to their advantage and have made a properly cosy atmosphere within, regardless […]

Karl Lagerfeld lives on: German Gymnasium pays tribute with new cocktail

German Gymnasium Karl Lagerfeld 1

The memory of German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld lives well and truly on, right in the heart of London. Just next door to the brand new development that is the Coal Drops Yard – where you’ll find the super comfy Morty & Bob’s – outside the gate of Kings Cross St. Pancras, the German Gymnasium […]