Cocktails and hipsters at speakeasy style bar
A quick roundup of some of the new openings and summer offerings in London town
Kêu the restaurant has followed its East London sibling’s template to a tee
one place that I went to the opening party, albeit three years ago, and followed up with a review – three weeks ago
Looking for a stylish, black and white film about Soho and its denizens? Look no further than the new film, Soho Cigarette.
It’s rare that I get to review a restaurant ‘hot off the press’. No celebrity or Michelin star openings for this reviewer. I’m not cool enough.
Is it nearly Christmas already? Well, according to John Lewis and countless other retailers it nearly is, so it's no surprise that London bars and restaurants are embracing the yuletide fever.
There is a new, smart club in town, and they have decided to help Londoners relax in their stylish surroundings by putting on cabaret. But instead of sexy girls in Basques, they offer good singers.
This film tells the story of Paul Raymond, also known as the King of Soho, who began his reign producing saucy shows at the Windmill Theatre.
I finally went to Cuba last year, after talking about it for what felt like most of my adult life. What a place. The combination of people, music and architecture managed to exceed my very high expectations. Even the food was surprisingly good. Another surprise was that Cuba unearthed my taste for rum.