Set in the corporate district of London surrounded by city slickers and impressive suits sits Omnino Steakhouse. All gleaming glass and dark moody leather interiors this place screams luxury, yet despite the astute and wealthy neighbourhood within which it sits, Omnino is far from the stuffy show restaurant you might first expect. Inside there’s a...Read More
We know, we know, we’ve heard it countless times, it’s the most important meal of the day. We should all be eating our breakfast. For so long I was, like many, notoriously skipping this meal and leaping straight into a heavy, sometimes unhealthy, carb loaded lunch a few hours later. The thought of food after...Read More
Having now finished my tour of Indonesia it is clear to me that Ubud is Bali’s cultural hub. Home to the artful and the creative, this serene town really does live up to the hype of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. Elizabeth Gilbert’s best selling memoir told the story of one woman’s search for inner balance and...Read More
Nha Trang sometimes gets a bad rep for being a bit of a party town and with direct daily flights from Russia it has quickly become a popular holiday spot for Europeans looking for a cheap, good time. But it doesn’t have to be all about the bars and the nightlife. Nha Trang has some...Read More
If you are a. female and b. have picked up at least one magazine in the last ten years then you will be well aware of the things you are supposed to eat. Or should that be not eat? Barely a week goes by where we are not being warned of the dangers of one type of food...Read More
Now I’m a summer lover, winter is just not for me. But over the past three years I’ve learnt to love it through the beautiful city of Cardiff. If you want culture and shopping, but without the crowds of London then Cardiff is your go-to city. It has featured in many top 10 lists such...Read More
December has arrived and it’s officially okay to break out the Eggnog and your favourite festive jumper and start getting excited about Christmas. The fairy lights have been switched on everywhere and it’s only a matter of time before your social diary starts to get full. Holidays are officially coming! But no sooner than you...Read More
Social media, you have a lot to answer for. You’ve given us selfies and belfies, humlebrags and hashtags and twittered your way into every aspect of our lives. But whilst some people might opt out of the selfie or never dream of using a hashtag, there is one trend you have given us that seem...Read More
Over the last few years I have visited Dublin a few times for work but between meetings and tight flight schedules there has never been time to explore the city. When a friend (originally from Dublin) suggested it for her hen weekend I was excited at the prospect of finally having some time to discover...Read More
Entering the world of Heston Blumenthal is like entering Willy Wonka’s infamous chocolate factory. His eclectic, adventurous and scientifically perfect gourmet vision never fails to capture his diners imaginations, and has made him one of the most renowned chefs Britain has to offer. His black framed specs are as iconic as his food, so when...Read More
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