Afternoon Tea at The Egerton Hotel? Why go here when I can go to, say, Fortnum & Masons?
The Egerton House Hotel is traditional British 19th century townhouse turned five-star boutique hotel secreted away in a residential street in Knightsbridge. It’s so peaceful and tranquil away from the crowd that you find everywhere else in London. You’ll hardly believe you’re in Knightsbridge, one of London’s busiest touristy hotspot.Continue reading “Afternoon tea at The Egerton House Hotel Review: A Stunning Gem in Knightsbridge”
What is it? Voltaire? What’s in the name? Voltaire Champagne Bar (named after the eminent French philosopher, writer and historian) was my first visit to a Champagne and Cigar bar in London. Champagne and Cigar bars are well known for it’s high price and normally way beyond my budget. So when I received an invitation … Continue reading Voltaire, Champagne Bar Review
I really enjoyed my first visit to this ever growing popular American restaurant which specialises in dishes from the South States of the USA Covent Garden. So, when I first heard another branch was opening in Canary Wharf, I knew I had to give it a try and see if it could live up to the standard set by it’s Covent Garden branch…and it certainly did not disappoint!Continue reading “Big Easy in Canary Wharf Review”
After reading about NY-LON Lounge Bar before my visit, I had sky high expectations….and I was not disappointed. Another Bar? What’s the drinks like? What makes this one so good? Based in the iconic 02 Arena and the result of a partnership between Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines, NY-LON is aviation-themed bar celebrating the transatlantic connection … Continue reading NY-LON Lounge at The 02 Review
An Argentinian steak house eh? So how was it?
I was extremely fortunate to be invited to Gaucho Broadgate to sample a selection of mouth-watering dishes from Gaucho’s late dining menu, and without question, the food at this Argentinian steakhouse was simply outstanding.Continue reading “Gaucho Broadgate”