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[28 Jul 2014 | By ]
Guyuan: Authentic Chinese Private Dining / Supper Club in London

I’ve lived in London for ten years, and a few weeks ago was the first time I had dined at Guyuan. That is how much of a secret this one table, private dining space has been kept from a foodie like me. A friend had invited me for a “feast”, and what a great dinner it turned out to be, one of the best meals I’ve had in London.

Food & Drink »

[12 Jul 2014 | By ]
Review: Modern Portuguese Dining at Portal Restaurant

I always like to find hidden gems in London, and from the outside, Portal made a good first impression and fit the bill nicely. I’ve walked past this unassuming storefront many times, thinking it was maybe just a small family run restaurant or pub, but when you step inside you realise that the restaurant is huge, expanding deeply into the building.

The Inside Word »

[2 Jul 2014 | ]
Want a career in fitness? Enter the #FitnessPro2014 competition!

Are you a young fitness enthusiast who wants to get started in a career of fitness training? Sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start, and it can be a tough career path to get your foot in the door.

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[29 Jun 2014 | By ]
Eat Your Way Through the World Cup 2014 Teams in London

A few days ago I received an interesting email from Bookatable, who have taken the time to compile a list of restaurants in London from every single country that made it to the group stages of the World Cup.

Food & Drink »

[16 Jun 2014 | By ]
Official Wimbledon Branded Wine for the Tennis Championship

Can’t make it but still want to have a bit of the Wimbledon magic? One of the sponsors of Wimbledon, Jacobs Creek, has released limited edition bottles of their chardonnay and shiraz for the Wimbledon Championships 2014.

Events in London »

[14 Jun 2014 | By ]
Inaugural Amba City of London Mile – 22nd June

The Amba City of London Mile is the first official one miler in London. Yes, we do have the famous races like the London Marathon (~26 miles), but a one-miler makes for a more exciting fast-paced race, as well as an opportunity for everyone to participate in, whereas marathons take lots of preparation and fitness to compete in.