Forget the idea that ping pong is coming home in 2012. For many of us, it's already arrived, and it's located off of Cheapside.
My friend Jane spends time on the Eurostar like the rest of us spend time on the Tube. Ergo, when Eurostar teamed up with the restaurant on top of the Gherkin last month, she was first in the queue.
Thanks for this goes straight out to WebUrbanist, which published a list of the world's strangest themed restaurants. People are strange, whether you're a stranger or not.
As the summer has been so-so (to be generous), with the promise of a sunny early morning, what better to do than head out for a walk along the Thames?
My long-anticipated lunch on the Silver Sturgeon commenced rather splendidly. As the group of equally exited people assembled on deck, a huge Zeppelin appeared on the horizon to send us off in style.
A few months ago, I was surprised to see a Chili's sign at Canary Wharf. When did this American chain make its way across the pond? Was anyone going? And was the experience the same?
Tucked away on The Cut in SE1, ideal for the Old and Young Vics and the South Bank, this Gastropub has been serving traditional and seasonal British dishes since 2003, and has received a range of accolades and rave reviews along the way.
One thing City punters often bemoan is the lack of ‘local’ type spit-and-sawdust joints in the Square Mile. You know, the sort of boozers to be found in the backstreets of the London suburbs - surly locals, dubious looking sandwiches, and fruit machines guaranteed to stitch you up.
Set over two floors, The Hoxton Pony is a new and ambitous addition to the Shoreditch / Hoxton scene. It mixes an upmarket cocktail lounge with impressive gastropub fare, complimented by separate DJ’s on both the main dance floor on the lower level.
Once again, my friend and I tried to go to Kenza. Last time, we ended up at Haz. This time, we stumbled upon Devonshire Terrace, which had opened two days before. But we had no idea; all we knew was that we needed to be on the inside/outside terrace, drinking champagne.
Supermarket sandwiches are staggeringly popular but you rarely see them tested and rated. We fill a basket and go deep into the nation's favourite: chicken & bacon.
Supermarket price wars pander to our love of a bargain, but as growers struggle, we could regret our penny-pinching ways
From melted onions to ripe tomato dressings and kale in your pesto, here are some great tips to painlessly up your fruit and veg intake