Bonativo – From Farm to Front Door – Review


Home Delivery Farmers’ Market – Bonativo: Like most people these days, much of my grocery shopping is sourced from supermarkets.  Despite the fact that I live in London, relatively close to Borough Market, the convenience of the local Morrisons outweighs my desire to buy from independents or directly from the farmer via Farmers’ Markets.  It […]

#Win Wine – Vote for your Favourite Steak!

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Where’s the best steak in town?   Those of you who read London-Unattached regularly will know I have a bit of a weakness for a good steak.  I’ve already voted for my favourite steak house.  Now it’s your chance, and all you have to do is vote, follow  @graffignauk and tweet out the competition to be […]

The Milk Free Milk Chocolate Egg and More – Hotel Chocolat Easter

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Hotel Chocolat Easter Fest: This must be the worst time of year to try and stick to a diet.  The shops are FULL of Easter goodies and even if you are strong willed enough not to actually break into your Easter egg before the bank holiday weekend, if you are anything like me it will […]

Exploring New Zealand Wines

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Wines from Down Under – New Zealand Cellar Launch: While I think I have an idea about French wine regions and I’m gradually building my knowledge of Spanish and Italian wines by travelling there, getting some understand of wines from a Country I’ve never visited is a lot harder.  Yet, I know I enjoy New […]

Pont Street Restaurant – Eating Cake and a Whole Lot More

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Marie Antoinette Afternoon Tea at Pont Street: I know Pont Street in Belgravia best for the austerely beautiful Scottish Church of St Columba.  At one time I had a friend who used to sing for services there.  I’d never noticed a restaurant – although, discretely sited on the corner of Pont Street and Chesham Place […]

Evolutione at Hotel Xenia – Guest Chef Series Launch

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Sicilian Tasting Menu at Evolutione, Hotel Xenia, Kensington: London is full of boutique hotels, many with capable but not always exciting restaurants.  .  How should a well positioned but relatively unknown hotel create something of a buzz about their own chef?  Only the brave would go the route of Hotel Xenia, importing a top Italian […]

Easter 2015 – Lindt Chocolate Specials

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The Golden Bunny Brings a Golden Egg: Lindt milk chocolate tastes of childhood to me.  Travelling across Europe before I was five years old, I can remember being introduced to the miracle of Swiss chocolate.  MUCH better than the homegrown stuff, so my Father would tell me.  Whatever, having camped out in Switzerland at the […]

It’s Official – I’m Running! #RaceforLife

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Joining the Pink Army – Cancer Research Race for Life: Those of you who follow London-Unattached because of an interest in diet (I am still doing the 5:2 diet, albeit intermittently) or fitness (the occasional boot-camp or spa event is about all I have managed), may be aware that running is not really my thing. […]

Gaucho at Tower Bridge

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A Meaty Affair at Gaucho: Famous for beef and wine, Argentina is the eighth largest country in the World.  There’s a certain romance and passion about this place,  home to Evita, the Tango and the Gaucho, cowboys of the South American Pampas.  The eponymous restaurant group has, for many years now, served some of the […]

#Win a Lomo’instant Black edition #Giveaway

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Instant Prints of your Photos with a Lomo’instant Camera Taking photos can be frustrating.  Even if you have a top quality digital camera, once you’ve finished taking thirty or forty shots of your subject you have to go back, check out the results on a PC and then, assuming you have the right sort of […]

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