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A Glittering Night Out: Kinky Boots + Ping Pong

Review – A Glittering Night Out : Ping Pong + Kinky Boots

What better way to spend an evening on the West End than dinner and a show? A couple of weeks ago we headed to London to do just that. A rare treat for us so we were really excited to combine dinner at one of our favourite Asian restaurants, Ping Pong, followed by a show […]

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Toby Carvery

Toby Carvery – “The Home of The Roast now has a vegetarian and vegan menu”

Over the past 30 years, Toby Carvery has built its reputation on serving meat feast roast dinners. As such, it’s probably not a place that vegetarians or vegans would immediately think of as a destination. If you are vegetarian or vegan or simply looking to eat less meat, you’ll know that in spite of more […]

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Rosa’s​ ​Thai​ ​Cafe - Veggie Pop Up : “a true explosion of Eastern flavours”

Rosa’s​ ​Thai​ ​Cafe – Veggie Pop Up : “a true explosion of Eastern flavours”

For Thai food lovers, Rosa’s​ ​Thai​ ​Cafe needs no introduction. Launched in 2006 by husband and wife team, Alex and Saiphin Moore, in the heart of the East End with a market stall in Brick Lane, Rosa’s​ ​Thai​ ​Café now boasts 10 locations across London in Spitalfields, Soho, Carnaby, Chelsea, Angel, Stratford, Victoria, Brixton, West Hampstead […]

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Vegan Pizza Pizza Express

Pizza Express Puts Vegan Pizza on The Menu

Eating out can be challenging, especially if you are on a vegan or dairy-free diet. There is also that awkward decision-making when trying to get together with friends, colleagues or family who have different dietary lifestyles. As of this summer, Pizza Express is putting an end to challenging dinner plans by offering vegan pizza options […]

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TWID - Our evening of live opera and vegan food

TWID – Our Evening of Live Opera and Vegan Food

Going out for dinner with my husband, just the two of us, is a rare treat these days and an evening at TWID (That’s What I Do) seemed like the perfect way to spend some quality time together. Located in Battersea, this new cocktail bar and restaurant, promising live opera and amazing food, opened just a […]

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Make Your Own Pizza With Pizza Scuola At Ponti's Italian Kitchen

Make Your Own Pizza With Pizza Scuola At Ponti’s Italian Kitchen

Calling all pizza lovers ! If you are looking for a fun evening out food experience in central London then you need to try Pizza Scuola At Ponti’s Italian Kitchen. I was invited there this week with some other bloggers and we had a great time not only learning how to make pizza but also eating […]

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Mind & Mouth: Walk, Talk, Reflect and Taste

Mind & Mouth: Walk, Talk, Reflect and Taste

All right, I will acknowledge it first “I have become addicted to my mobile phone and social media”. My phone has become a hub of information: email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, You Tube, WhatsApp plus several news feeds (some even with instant pop ups). It is nothing short of an addiction. In the midst of this […]

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The Truth Behind Kids' Lunchboxes - #OutToLunchUK

The Truth Behind Kids’ Lunchboxes – #OutToLunchUK

Trying to encourage my kids to have a healthy and balanced diet, I am very often frustrated to see the poor choice on kids’ menus when we are out and about. In restaurants, we now resort to ordering from the adults’ menu. In order to avoid the sugar-laden and unhealthy pre-packaged lunch box (and if I […]

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Kitchen Theory

México by Kitchen Theory: “where modernist cuisine meets science meets sustainability”

I am a big fan of entomophagy (human consumption of insects) so I was keen to visit  ‘México by Kitchen Theory’, a pop up dining experience like no other, tucked away in Maida Hill, London. While in the West the notion of eating insects makes most people squeamish, around 2 billion people in the world […]

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The Gate, Islington: "a great restaurant that just happens to be vegetarian"

The Gate, Islington: “a great restaurant that just happens to be vegetarian”

Going out for dinner with my husband is a rare occasion these days. What a treat to head over to The Gate Restaurant in Islington last Thursday evening, even if our eight year old could not see the point of just the two of us going out. Fittingly October 1st was also World Vegetarian Day […]

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