Category Archives: London

Finally, I’ve made a list. One that contains the names of London restaurants that I’ve meant to try in the last two years of living here but never willed it to happen.  On the top of that list sits Momo. A recent craving for Moroccan fare finally led me to the London food quarter, an…

Over the weekend I did a shoot for Ceri Jones’ paleo & gluten-free afternoon tea pop up held at Cafe Crema in southeast London.  Through her 1st pop up, Ceri demonstrated just how tasty paleo & gluten-free treats can be and donated the proceeds to benefit a charity close to her heart, Mick Knighton Mesothelioma…

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London was dressed by a flurry of snow one Saturday morning when BF and I partook in a wine tasting course held by ThirtyFifty (so named after the latitudes where the majority of the world’s wine grapes are grown) at Suze in Mayfair.  It’s between 10:30 am and 11 am when we sipped the 1st…

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Lately, seemingly from out of nowhere, I’ve become drawn to space.  Whether in a cafe, shop, or restaurant where natural light filters in and shadows are cast, I have developed a strange desire to capture my surroundings on camera.  Maybe it’s the influence from some of my favorite photographers such as Alice Gao or Russell…

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I was a woman on a mission this Saturday morning.  It was 9:30am and I’ve already left the warmth of my flat to venture into Acklam Villiage by Portobello market.  By 10am I arrived just in time for the faint smell of food in the crisp air and the boisterous chatter amongst traders. In the…

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As far as birthday treats go, lunch at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal has now perched near the top of my list.  Have you been? If not, book ahead for a foreseeable special occasion.  Order the Salamugundy as a starter (1st photo on the left corner or place your mouse over each picture for a description). …

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I spent the weekend foraging… not for food but for food photography props.  Yes, this might be a telltale sign that I’ve gone completely insane, the BF certainly takes it as such.  But hear me out… I just discovered the world of car boot sales in London.  For my non-British friends, a car boot (trunk)…

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