Here we are again, back to reviewing coffee shops of London and hoping for that elusive cup of magic, a Soya Mocha that is hot, tasty and tall! So here is what we have found this time round…
It’s only been a few weeks but we have been to more coffee shops and had lots more coffee. Here is our new finds.
Hammersmith is mostly known to us as a place that a few years back seemed swamped with clubbers dressed in their old school uniforms to attend the ‘School Disco’ Nights at the Palais, these days it’s more a meeting point and less of a destination, but there are still a number of pubs and so … More Pubs In Hammersmith
A new Climbing wall in London isn’t unheard of, Hell we went to one just a few weeks back, but one hyped for so long, featured on Climbing Daily a year before it was even opened and talked about by so many seemed a necessity for Climbing Moss to visit. But when Yonder opened their … More Over Yonder
This March will mark the start of ‘Brexit’ and if you can’t already tell (by the title), we are not happy! I warn you now, this, like most of our posts is a rant. Normally we don’t post on political matters but sometimes we just have to show what side we are on. Just to … More We want a fEUture (Fuck Brexit)
We have been to more than our fair share of coffee shops over the last few years and we know what we like. But we also know what we don’t and what makes bad coffee. Recently we have been around London and searching for more, little independent coffee shops rather than going to the big … More Coffee? You call that coffee
We all have to eat, right? And to eat right.
Being it’s that time of year, we wanted to do something festive, so we decided to visit Winter Wonderland again. We had been a few years back but thought try again. Here is what we thought…
December is here! Which means the Holidays are beginning! Whether you celebrate Christmas, Bodhi Day, Hanukkah…We wish you a Happy One! … More The Holiday Season Has Begun!
It’s been a while since we have been out to eat somewhere nice, so last weekend we fancied doing just that. Our regular haunt of Carluccio’s in Islington has closed down, so it we decided to visit an old haunt of Ash’s. Pizzadelique in Highbury. Here’s what we thought of it.