London food and drink deliveries to get involved with during Covid-19 pandemic.
Looking for sushi with a bit of a twist? We reckon Yoobi‘s got your back. This Soho joint specialises in Temaki, or hand rolls, with flavour combos to keep you on your toes, and prices that won’t break the bank. No one is going to look elegant trying to eat Temaki. The cone-shaped package of… Continue reading Yoobi: A Hands on Sushi Experience
For the REAL DEAL aka proper tea in a teapot, deliciously smooth coffee, and a fabulous selection of baked goods, look no further than Burr & Co., the newest addition to the Russell Square coffee scene. Ok, so up until this point the ‘scene’ has basically consisted of Pret, Nero, Starbucks or Leon — all… Continue reading Burr & Co.
This summer, Ally Pally is hosting StrEATlife, a craft beer and street food festival, over four weekends. I checked out the first edition (27th and 28th May), which proved to be a roaring success. London in summer is a glorious thing, but sometimes the dense city centre can be slightly trapping. When it gets that bit warmer, I like to… Continue reading StrEATlife at Alexandra Palace: Music, Food and Epic Views
If you’re on the lookout for somewhere to caffeinate and get productive, check out these wifi offering, coffee brewing locations in central London. Ah, the freelancer lifestyle. The freedom to work from the comfort of your bed, donning last night’s PJs with a cuppa in hand. Sometimes, though, that just isn’t productive. As a student… Continue reading Freelancing? Studying? These London cafes have fab coffee and super wifi
There’s an awful lot of food that goes to waste in a non-stop capital like London. Some people, however, are making use of the bits that no one wants: meet the sustainable eating initiatives that are being creative with the ‘rubbish’. As with any city, London produces a shedload of waste – think of the… Continue reading London Start-Ups Making Use of the City’s Food Waste
Give the Starbucks a miss and head to these fantastic places for a caffeine hit in central London. 1: For books and brunch: Drury 188-189 A newbie on the Covent Garden scene, Drury 188-189 offers coffee, cake, lunch and brunch with a side of vintage books. Drop in for a freshly pressed juice and… Continue reading 10 Awesome Coffee Spots Around Covent Garden
To say that Covent Garden is chocca-block with cafes and places to stop for coffee is an understatement. As well as the usual Starbucks and Prets, there are the slightly fancier, usually tourist-filled, ones in the Piazza and a plethora of pubs and restaurants where you can also get your caffeine fix. When a new… Continue reading Drury 188-189: The New Covent Garden Coffee Gem
Looking for an evening’s entertainment or a quirky cocktail? Look no further.Tucked away between Tower Hill and Aldgate Stations is a hidden gem of an establishment: introducing Wilton’s Music Hall. If you think that all of the city’s best theatres and show venues are in the West End, think again. Despite the majority of musicals… Continue reading Wilton’s Music Hall: Head East for Entertainment
An old-school pub with a fabulous gin selection? This place has got it covered…. Step outside Holborn Station, and head towards the Wetherspoons, that reliable, cheap, generic chain where you can pretty much guarantee to get a drink that won’t break the bank. Aim for this vaguely satisfactory but not hugely awe-inspiring establishment, and… Continue reading The Ship Tavern: a Gin Den in Central