London | Benihana Kings Road, Teppanyaki Restaurant Review

For all of you who may of already had the pleasure of going to a Teppanyaki restaurant, you will know how awesome they are. However, for those of you who are unsure about what a Teppanyaki restaurant is, the definition is as follows: A Japanese restaurant which serves meat, fish and vegetables on a hot …

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London | Sky Gardens – The Walkie Talkie Building Review

For those of you that have never heard of Sky Gardens, it is listed to be one of the most spectacular rooftop restaurants in London.  Located in the world renowned Walkie Talkie building, close to Monument/Bank tube station, the Sky Gardens are located high in the sky on the 35th floor where you are able to …

London | Amazing Coffee Shop – Brickwood Coffee & Bread

Brickwood Coffee & Bread is the epitome of all things great about Australian food and coffee. The coffee shop is located down a quaint road in Balham, which sits alongside another great Kiwi coffee shop, Milk, and also a florist, deli, bakery and all great little shops that make you feel like you are in …

London – Toast Rack, Wandsworth

Toast Rack is one of my favourite breakfast place in London, it is an artisan bakery, coffee shop and café right next to Wandsworth Common.  It is slightly off the main strip of coffee shops and retailers, which makes it an even better find. They sell naturally leavened sourdough and speciality breads that are baked on site, which you also …

London -Queen of Hoxton Rooftop (Skye Halla)

Over the weekend I headed over to Shoreditch, where we visited the great Queen of Hoxton pop up rooftop bar, Skye Halla. The Queen of Hoxton is part of the Mothership Group which owns a collection of great bars located in and around Shoreditch, they have also recently opened doors in 2015 in the seaside city of Brighton with …

London Day Out – Broadway Market

Broadway Market is one of London's best and kind of 'secret' markets, which is nestled into the lovely East London. Of course, there are plenty of hidden markets in and around London, nonetheless, markets such as Borough, Spitalfields and even Brixton markets are now full of tourists and actually not really that enjoyable, unless you like …