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[29 Mar 2013 | By ]
The Oyster Shed celebrates its first Birthday!

The Oyster shed celebrated its 1st Birthday with cocktails, canapés, music and cake. Nestled on the riverbank, a short walk from Upper Thames Street, with views of the Shard and in walking distance of London Bridge the Oyster Shed laid on a good party to celebrate one year in business.

Events in London »

[26 Mar 2013 | By ]
MasterCard Priceless Night: East End Evening at the Natural History Museum

If you’re a MasterCard customer, make the most of your plastic and check out the Priceless scheme for exclusive offers and opportunities to go to once-in-a lifetime events. Who knows – you might get the chance to see a familiar place in a completely different light.

Places to Visit »

[23 Mar 2013 | By ]
Exploring London street art – a tour round the capital

Within the first two minutes, I was being asked to look at a piece of chewing gum. Seriously? Barely distinguishable from the millions of dots splattered over the pavements, it was not until I shook off my apprehension and leaned in to get a closer look that I saw it. And there it was – a small, ordinary piece of forgotten gum, elevated in stature and beauty by Ben Wilson’s deft touch.

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[17 Mar 2013 | By ]
Deliverance: the all-in-one high quality food delivery service

Deliverance, the catering service which tries to be all things to all people. Indian, Thai, Chinese, Italian, American, sushi… their menu is nothing if not eclectic. But the question on our lips, as we sat down to unwrap their brown paper-covered offerings, was whether it is truly possible to combine choice with quality. Would the agony of choice be accompanied by mediocrity, or would Deliverance also deliver on taste?

The Inside Word »

[6 Mar 2013 | By ]
City of London recreated using office cardboard boxes

Sometimes you come across something that just lights a smile on your face! Last week I came across a collaboration between British artist Chris Gilmour and Fellowes, the office stationary company.

Food & Drink »

[1 Mar 2013 | By ]
Cooking with Wagamama’s new Light Soy House Dressing

I’ve seen the Wagamama sauces on the shelf at the supermarket, but haven’t gotten around to trying them yet. But lately, I’ve noticed my cooking has been turning into a routine – using the same types of meat & fish, cooking them the same way, and with the same sauces and marinades.