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[6 Apr 2014 | By ]
Highlights from the London Coffee Festival 2014

This was a huge event, bigger than I had imagined it! Plus The London Coffee Festival does seem to be on trend this year – the queue outside for tickets on the day stretched all the way around the building and down Brick Lane. And the massive huge space inside felt cramped with so many caffeinated visitors jostling about.

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[31 Mar 2014 | By ]
Gelupo’s Gelato now available exclusively at Prezzo!

Occupying a little enclave on the unremarkable Archer Street in Soho, Gelupo has been satisfying the sweet toothed since 2010. Although relatively new, it has quickly gained notoriety for being one of the best gelaterias in the capital and is home to flavour creations such as blood orange sorbet, chocolate & black pepper and ricotta gelati.

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[27 Mar 2014 | By ]
London Coffee Festival 2014 – Tickets & Info

The London Coffee Festival is returning again next week, from the 3rd and 6th April. Held at the Old Truman Brewery, it is going to be four days of heaven for any coffee lovers out there!

Food & Drink »

[25 Mar 2014 | By ]
Review: First Michelin Star Peruvian Food in the World at Lima

Is it weird that the first Peruvian restaurant to get a Michelin star should be located in London? In many ways, this illustrates two points – the melting pot that is London and the really high standards of dining in London that we have been blessed with.

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[22 Mar 2014 | By ]
Healthy Spring Eating: Sushi Making Crash Course at K10 Broadgate

Spring is almost here, and while January is seen as the detox month and cutting back on excess, April is a good month to start about healthy eating, to get in the best health possible to enjoy the warm spring and summer months ahead!

The Inside Word »

[14 Mar 2014 | By ]
Free Tennis Courts in South London

Tennis is an expensive sport. Apart from having to find a big enough area to have a court, there’s also the cost of building those high fences and installing the playing surface. Not to mention all the maintenance to keep that flat and unblemished, and rope nets that keep getting worn out.