On the drive to Heathrow, I passed three billboards featuring Gordon Ramsay. Two for Gordon's Gin and one for his new cookbook. Then passing through security I saw it right in front of me: Plane Food. Why tempt fate?
Since a slice of lemon in your G&T after work does not count as one portion of fruit and veggies, it's time to get the vitamins somewhere else. Here are the best grazing spots.
Londoners love their budget Asian food chains - Wagamama, Busaba Eathai, Ping Pong, Yo!, Itsu. Slightly less well-known is dim T cafe, which fits the mould financially, but delivers a bit more atmospheric bang for your buck (or pound).
Salsa is the cornerstone of any Mexican feast, and when scooped on corn chips, makes the perfect snack. With a new jar in town, both are now as good as that top shelf margarita in your hand.
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?