Tuesday 08 June, 2010

Jerusalem Tavern – Clerkenwell


If it wasn’t for the type of people who come here, the suit-wearing, boring and loud, let’s-get-a-drink-after-work type, The Jerusalem would be perfect…

Sunday 30 May, 2010

Ace Café – Stonebridge Park


The place to come if you like burgers and chips or greasy fry-ups. It’s a one stop biker rock n’ roll heaven with a classic silver diner style bar, jukebox and a chequered theme throughout…

Saturday 22 May, 2010

Andrew Edmunds – Soho


In an old Soho townhouse, a throwback to Dickensian London, is Andrew Edmunds, a Parisian café meets English country house…

Tuesday 18 May, 2010

Rosie’s Cafe – Brixton


Rosie’s is owned by Rosie, a late 20-something, and her cafe is lovely. The staff treat you like there is nothing they’d like better than to rustle up a sandwich for you…

Wednesday 12 May, 2010

Dandy in the Underworld


On a narrow cobbled street in the heart of Soho lies a row of rickety old Georgian houses, each one a testimony to what Soho once was, ugly, dangerous and debauched, not the shiny glass box it is today. Having walked up and down this street a million times over the past 10 years, it [...]

Monday 10 May, 2010

Candid Arts Café – Islington


A home away from home with big comfy chairs, Candid Arts Cafe is hidden in the Candid Arts Trust and you wouldn’t know it was there unless you…

Saturday 01 May, 2010

Konditor and Cook – Waterloo


Near Waterloo station there are three small streets, Theed Street, Whittlesey Street and Roupell Street which are three of my favourite streets in London…

Friday 30 April, 2010

Marine Ices – Camden


Ah Marines Ices, it’s mine and Andria’s Summer hang out. They have the most delicious ice-cream in countless flavours and it comes in a stainless steel dish with a wafer, I’m talking old school stuff her…