And not a drop to drink, seriously what is going on in this city? We have done another round of the independent coffee shops and found them lacking, so very lacking in flavour and content. Well that is most of them. Here are a few more coffee shops we have found and the coffee we … More Coffee, coffee everywhere…
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
A month or so ago Ash entered a contest to photograph the Anthology Hoxton Press buildings and surprise! Woohoo he won! Grand prizes were promised and we wondered and pondered the possibilities from the construction development giant, would it be a new car, or even one of the apartments of the nice new development in … More An early Christmas
It’s been a while since we have done a coffee mega post and as per-usual we have been drinking coffee by the bucket load! So we checked out some new shops, some good, some bad and some freaking terrible!
Smithfield Meat Market and the surrounding area is 150 years old and last weekend they had a birthday party. So we went along to check it out.
Today is one of those wonderful days where we have the most perfect excuse to go and drink beer in the afternoon. Since the beginning of the year we have been eagerly awaiting the opening of the Angel Brewdog – Because you know we like our Brewdog! Well today Tiny Rebel had a special Showcase … More Beer at first sight
It’s been a few months and it seems we have exhausted a lot of the little, independent coffee shops in the areas we visit and we find ourselves returning to the same ones time and again, because we know we will get a decent cup of Java in a cup bigger than a seamstresses thimble! … More Coffee Megapost July 2018
Have you missed us? That’s because we have been away, this time to the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean, for a much needed break. But, well it’s us and if you are one of our regular readers then you know that means, that it’s not going to be without incident.
During the 17th March – 2nd April Olympia gets taken over yet again by food and drink. We got some free tickets and off we went to explore.
Beer, needless to say but we love it! However we are rather fussy and have a lot of taste preferences. Plus we don’t much like Lager. That is where Seven Seasons come in.