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Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, South

Dinner at The Vaults with Tabl

Sometimes I get stuck in a dinner rut. So often when I’m plotting with my pals where we should spend our hard earned pennies on dinner, we often end up in Pizza Express clutching a voucher, mainly due to lack of inspiration. However, this looks all set to change dramatically with the launch of Tabl.com! This awesome new website is THE website to visit to find pop-up restaurants and supper clubs, making booking a total breeze ensuring that you and your hungry chums slurp, sup and munch  ...

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Books, Lifestyle

Book Club: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante

Sunday was one of my favourite days of the month: BOOK CLUB DAY! About three and a half years ago I decided I wanted to be in a book club, and then thought instead of joining one I would just start one, because as well as encouraging me to read more things I wouldn’t necessarily always choose myself, ┬áit might be a lovely excuse to get a bunch of pals together for a meet-up every month. AND BY GEORGE I WAS RIGHT! We’re called The Bookie Monsters (I know), and we meet once a  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Pubs, Restaurants and bars, South

Pub Pondering: The White Hart, Waterloo

The alternative title for this post is ‘The Day I Spent Seven Hours at the Pub’. SEVEN HOURS. Don’t worry guys, I know I am a massive legend. But spending such a lengthy period in a pub is just so easy to do when one spends it in the likes of The White Hart. I can’t help but just j’adore these little back-street boozers that are dotted around Waterloo. I posted recently about another one, The King’s Arms, and they’re just SO LOVELY. I holed up in  ...

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Eats and Drinks, London, Pubs, South

Pub Pondering: The Kings Arms, Waterloo

Whenever I stroll through the terrace lined streets of Waterloo by the railway, I seem to block out the screeching of the tracks and instead feast upon the rows and rows of little station cottages. I find them industrially romantic, each boasting a different colour door to inspire some beauty in the Georgian two-up-two down pattern.   Nestled here amongst the smoke scarred bricks and mortar lies The Kings Arms. You’ll know it because come 5.30 on a weekday, folk are spilling out  ...

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