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bumpkin7
Monday 10 December, 2012

Bumpkin – Notting HIll

Bumpkin is good old favourite of mine and I think it’s safe to say that it’s a Notting Hill institution. The food is consistently great and you’ll find it’s frequented by wealthy regulars on a consistent basis…


trailer7
Saturday 20 October, 2012

Trailer Happiness – Notting HIll

I don’t go out to bars all that much, I usually only get as far as dinner then decide I’m done socialising and head home. Trailer Happiness isn’t somewhere I come often but if I was to recommend a good bar (which I am) then this would be it…


daunt1
Friday 01 June, 2012

Daunt Books

The Daunt Books flagship store is one of the most glorious bookshops you will ever see. It mimics a beautiful old library from one of England’s palaces and reminds me of Lord Groan’s personal library in Gormenghast. Here they don’t arrange books by alphabetical order but by country as it’s primarily a travel bookshop, so [...]


providores1
Sunday 25 March, 2012

Providores – Marylebone

So I have this friend, Alexa, she’s got fancy taste, especially when it comes to restaurants. If you ask her her favourite restaurant, no doubt she’ll reply Arbutus or Wild Honey…


sandoe1
Saturday 23 April, 2011

John Sandoe – Chelsea

I hate to admit it but I don’t buy books from bookshops anymore. Why bother when you can get them online for half the price…


tiroler5
Monday 21 March, 2011

Tiroler Hut – Westbourne Grove

Up to a point I would have to say that Tiroler Hut was one of my favourite restaurants for the sheer comedy value alone. The place is absurd…


alfies4
Thursday 04 November, 2010

Alfies Antique Market – St. Johns Wood

Located on Church Street, home to a scummy street market and a bunch of really high-end antique shops is Alfies Antiques Market, the largest…