Copper Blossom, Edinburgh

Just off George Street in Edinburgh is one of my new favourite bar/restaurants, Copper Blossom. There are a few tables on street level for a drink in nice weather, but the restaurant itself is at basement level. I was pleased to see that it's fully accessible though, with a lift for wheelchair users to reach … Continue reading Copper Blossom, Edinburgh

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Sail Loft, Greenwich

I had been to the Sail Loft once before, because Greenwich is far and away the nicest part of London and, right on the river, this was a lovely place to go for a drink on a summer evening. Consequently, I was so excited to be invited along to Fuller’s Secret Supper, a showcase of … Continue reading Sail Loft, Greenwich

A little gem: Gem Bar, Soho

Recently my friend and I attended the relaunch of Gem Bar in Soho. Just off Beak Street, five minutes from Oxford Circus, it’s perfectly placed for a post-shopping drink. Before the event we were asked our favourite spirit and whether we preferred sweet or sour drinks, so we could have a bespoke cocktail waiting for … Continue reading A little gem: Gem Bar, Soho

Caribbean food and cocktails at Sugar Dumplin, Kingston

One of the things I love about being a blogger is having the opportunity to try places I might never have visited for myself. I have started eating a greater variety of food since moving to London (yesterday marked two years since moving – post on this soon!) but I had never been to a Caribbean … Continue reading Caribbean food and cocktails at Sugar Dumplin, Kingston

Weekend Coffee Share: June’s Happy Days

Weekend Coffee Share is a feature hosted by Part-Time Monster. Read other posts in the link-up here. Hello, Weekend Coffee Share! I haven’t taken part in a while – actually, I have struggled to blog for a while – but let’s change that today. If we were having coffee, I would tell you that there … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share: June’s Happy Days

Brasilian Barbecue at Cabana Brixton

I wrote about the recent blogger event at Cabana Islington; after that, it was time to try the restaurant in Brixton. Provided you turn the correct way when you come out of the station (which I didn’t - look out for the New Look and it’s down the next side street) the restaurant is only a … Continue reading Brasilian Barbecue at Cabana Brixton