Alcotraz – The Notorious Prison Themed Cocktail Bar – Is Opening in Covent Garden

🍸Quirky Bar 📍Covent Garden, Quirky bars. Us Londoners love a quirky bar, don’t we? Well, today is our lucky day because the Capital is getting another one albeit as a three month pop-up Alcotraz – the notorious prison-themed cocktail experience in Shoreditch have announced they’ll be opening a new location ‘Cell Block’ smack bang in the … Continue reading Alcotraz – The Notorious Prison Themed Cocktail Bar – Is Opening in Covent Garden

Discovering the Wonderful World of English Wines with Chapel Down and Florentine #EnglishWineWeek

English Wine doesn’t get anywhere near the same level of praise it deserves compared to wines from other parts of the world. So, to celebrate this coming English Wine Week (25 May – 2 June 2019), leading English winemakers Chapel Down has teamed up with modern European restaurant Florentine in Waterloo to create an exquisite … Continue reading Discovering the Wonderful World of English Wines with Chapel Down and Florentine #EnglishWineWeek

Mac and Wild Review: A Scottish Restaurant As Good As Any Other European Cuisine?

Scottish restaurants don’t tend to get as much attention as some of the more celebrated European cuisines in London. Sophisticated that those restaurants ostensibly appear, I am a firm believer that food from this little island we call Britain can rival any cuisine in the world and so, I was excited at finally experiencing some Scottish hospitality for the first time right here in Fitzrovia.

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Pachamama East Review: Another Peruvian – can it hold its own?

AT A GLANCE

🍴 Type/Cuisine: Peruvian-inspired
📍 Location: 73 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HR
🗣 Social: Instagram
💸 Price: £45 for one person, 4 courses inc. dessert and service charge
🌏 Website: https://www.pachamamalondon.com/


As one of the foodie capital of the world, London pretty much has you covered. But with Peruvian cuisine pretty well established already in London, what can Pachamama East bring to the table in a part of London that’s seen it all (or so East-Enders would like to think)?

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