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Bierschenke

I LOVE BEER. In fact, when I came cantering into the blogging world all wide-eyed and dizzy, my first ever blog post was about beer. So last week when the lovely lot over at genius food app Zomato invited me to a beer tasting evening at Bierschenke I said YES PLEASE very loudly. Situated in the heart of the city between Liverpool Street and Bank, Bierschenke offers a Bavarian Bierkeller experience right in the middle of the big smoke. Filled with long wooden tables and bar girls in gingham  ...

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Friday Feeling!

Party people HEY it’s Friday Night! Well, almost. HI GUYS hope you’ve had an an absolutely SMASHING couplea weeks. Mine’s been aaaabsolutely crazy with a gazillion lovely things going on, lots of which will get their own post if I hurry the FUCK up and get my arse into gear and stop listening to the Harry Potter audiobooks all the time (srsly though, they are great. STEPHEN FRY FOR KING!) but in the meantime, here’s ten things that have made this fortnight a lovely place to live. The  ...

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Berlin Part 3- Auf Wiedersehen mein klein wurst

There’s a few skills in life that need grasping and perfecting- poaching an egg, sharpening a pencil with a knife (THE MANLY WAY) and how to tackle an All-You-Can-Eat situation. Waking up in Berlin on our third day, we put this to proper use at a buffet breakfast. This is how the pros do it: Starter: Muesli and Yoghurt Fish Course: Smoked Salmon and crusty hot rolls Main Course: Sausages, scrambled eggs, fried potatoes and bacon Cheese Course: Cheeses and charcuterie Pudding: Fruit  ...

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BERLIN Part Two- “I take thee, Berlin, for better or for WURST.”

Having awoken with slightly sore and fuzzy heads, we threw back the curtains to find Berlin bathed in beautiful winter sunshine, with the sun gleaming off the snow topped streets. After a hearty breakfast of melty cheesy croissants and strong coffee in our trusty hostel we slung rucksacks on our backs and cameras round our necks and galloped out for a spot of sightseeing. Taking a leisurely amble down Friedrichstrasse, Berlin’s theatre district, we gazed in delight at horse drawn  ...

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