My Magical Guide To Harry Potter’s London

With every year that passes, my love for Harry Potter only grows. There is something beautiful about the Harry Potter world that welcomes the Millennials that grew up alongside Harry, our parents/grandparents that were succumbed into reading the books and watching the films with us and all age groups that grow up behind us. It should come as no surprise that Harry Potter wasn’t just a quick flash in the pan and that its just as popular today, if notRead more

12 Reasons To Eat And Drink Your Way Around Hackney Wick

East London isn’t exactly a secret with how much its areas are becoming vibrant “must visit” places. Hackney Wick has all the makings of Shoreditch and Dalston in terms of how quickly its blossomed into a hub where people want to hang out, but has managed to remove the part where you’re left feeling like an utter dickhead for not being cool enough to hang out there from its makings. So for that reason and the fact that I feltRead more

Moonshine Saloon: London’s Wildest New Pop-up (+ Giveaway)

In the great land of London pop-up’s, you may be feeling like you’ve been there and done it all. What more could someone possibly throw out there that you haven’t experienced yet? What if I was to tell you that May is about to bring you a one of a kind cocktail bar?¬†Yeah, yeah, yeah… I’ve heard that one before… I can hear you sigh. But in the words of Will Smith, I’m about to introduce you to the… WickyRead more

My Very Hungry Guide To Kings Cross

Growing up in Barnet always found my usual jaunts to be the likes of Camden, Leicester Square, Covent Garden etc. Kings Cross was always just a tube station that I’d see on the map, and never held any reason for me to go and spend any real time there. Fast forward to the last couple of years, and its actually become a real regular for me. Living in Welwyn Garden City, meeting up with my friends is usually here asRead more

Chai Thali: A Taste Of Indian Street Food

DID you know that there are more Indian restaurants in London than there is in Mumbai?! So it comes as no surprise that finding your favourite Indian restaurant in London can feel like an absolute chore. Yes, Brick Lane is supposed to be the place to go, and don’t get me wrong, I’ve never had a bad experience in Brick Lane but nothing has ever stuck out to me as the absolute best Indian I’ve ever had either. So whenRead more