• Food

    Chino Latino rolls out an Asian Pickled menu  

    Tucked away inside the Park Plaza London Riverbank Hotel, modern pan-Asian restaurant and Latin cocktail bar Chino Latino is well ahead of the curve by focusing their menus on fermented and pickled foods. By using fermented Asian ingredients, each course on offer works to boost energy and improve the digestive system by introducing probiotics into the diet. Running until the end of March foodies can sample various starter courses including edamame with fermented black bean sauce (the healthier accompaniment to a cocktail or mocktail), miso marinated pork belly and kimchi maki roll, which draws inspiration from Japan and cured seared…

  • Entertainment

    Dinos In The Wild Review

    Dinosaurs in the Wild launched globally at Birmingham’s NEC on 24th June 2017, where it ran until 23rd August 2017 before appearing in Manchester until January 2018. From there, Dinosaurs in the Wild opened on the 12th February 2018 and will be there until September 2018. Our excitement at attending the press launch was tremendous. Especially at the thought of travelling back in time through the unique time machine 67 million years to encounter amazing creatures like Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops roaming the wild. The show itself was a fun and imagitive journey from start to finish with no detail being…

  • Food

    Ukai Review

    Ukai, the stunning sushi restaurant located on Nottinghill’s Portabello Road was delightful place to spend an evening. Chef Alex, the Roka and Nobu trained Head Chef ensured we were looked after during our stay. Even ensuring he recommended some of his favourite dishes. The venue itself is cosy and intimate, so definitely the perfect date night location. What’s more welcoming than a restaurant with gorgeous fireplaces that just invite you in out of the cold? The food itself is a mix of Japanese fusion and I’m at a loss for words to describe how fabulous the menu is. Given this,…

  • Arts

    Pure Expression’s Frankenstein Review

    Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein is bought to life in Pure Expression’s immersive theatrical adaptation currently taking place at the Kensington Library. At the start of production, you are given headphones and an mp3 player and invited through the front door, where the play begins. You have one rule… follow Victor Frankenstein. The provided headphones allow you to immerse yourself deeply into the Gothic novel as Victor leads you through the depths of the library. This is a simple, yet effective piece of story telling. Victor’s internal monologue about how and what his horrific scientific creation came to be, is…

  • Food

    Silly Old Bear Afternoon Tea and Winnie the Pooh exhibit Review

    The Gore London and The Pelham London, part of StarhotelsCollezione, dazzle with their amazing afternoon tea in celebration of The Victoria & Albert Museum’s latest exhibition: Winnie The Pooh – Exploring a Classic.It is the ultimate family afternoon out and the tea is out of this world. We chose to have out tea at The Pelham. The Pelham is an elegant boutique hotel in the heart of South Kensington. It is located a short walk from Kensington Gardens, the inspiration for the eclectic, brightly coloured design of its interiors. It has the aristocratic atmosphere of a London townhouse and its interiors is a romantic…