The Big Stax

Stax Diner

Finally I made it to Stax Diner for a cousin’s birthday. Located in the ever so cute Kingly Court off Carnaby Street, Stax is an American style burger place. I’d heard a lot about it over social media and on Curious Foodie so I was really looking forward to it. […]

Feng Shang

Feng Shang Princess

Feng Shang Princess is a Chinese restaurant with a difference. It’s on a boat! Yes that’s right a floating boat on the Cumberland Basin in Primrose Hill, just by London Zoo. The setting is certainly different but once your inside it’s easy to forget you’re in a boat. The views must […]


Chessington World Of Adventures 2015

Hooray the new season has started for the Merlin owned theme parks across the country. This weekend was a preview weekend for annual pass holders only, so we popped along to see what was new for 2015. Sadly not a lot! The only new thing I could see on the map […]


Behind The Beautiful Forevers — National Theatre

Based on a non-fiction book by Katherine Hoo, Behind The Beautiful Forevers is a play about the Annawadi slums of Mumbai, India. Situated in the outskirts of busy Mumbai airport, it shows the lives of impoverished Indians living in the slums revealing the truth about their lives. The character’s livelihoods depend on rubbish recycling, from […]


Lazeez — Lebanese Tapas

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas is all about the location. Opened only 8 months ago, situated on Duke Street (next to Selfridges) Lazeez is a little cafe style restaurant perfect for visiting after a hard day of shopping, or just somewhere to meet up with friends after work. The unique selling point of […]


Dara — The National Theatre

Adapted into English from Shahid Nadeem’s play originally performed by the Ajoka Theatre in Pakistan, Dara tells the true story of two Mughal princes Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb, the eldest sons of the great Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Set in the 1600s in Agra and Delhi, the story centres around family […]

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe — Rose Theatre

This week I went to watch an all time children’s classic come to life at the Rose Theatre in Kingston. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is of course part of the series of books, The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis. Having not watched the movies I only vaguely […]


Gilgamesh ‘Alternative Xmas Menu’

The festive season is upon us, hooray! For many of us this means eating eating and more eating. If you’re looking for a venue for a special Xmas lunch/dinner Gilgamesh has the answer. Located in Stables Market in Camden, not the easiest place to find but worth it nonetheless! Not […]