Getting EEbria-ated at Brew by Numbers

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EeBria and Brew By Numbers Guest feature by Sarah James: Anyone who knows me well, would say that I’m more of a champagne gal than a beer drinker, so being invited to a craft brewery was a bit of  challenge for me, but something to look forward to for my partner! We were invited by […]

Jessops Photography City Tours Camera Class

Squirrels Jessops City Tours

Photography Training at Jessops – City Tours Class: I have to admit to being slightly gutted when I was offered an introduction to Jessops photography classes on a date I couldn’t make myself.  But, I found a willing contributor in Simon, who is a rather better photographer than me and who went along and wrote […]

Comedy Carnival Leicester Square

Comedy Carnival - entrance Leicester Square

Coulrophobia – Cured!  A night at Comedy Carnival Club at Bar Rumba Guest post by Sarah James: Well not quite a phobia of clowns, but a distinct wariness of stand up comedy.  I know that seems an odd thing to say, with a “Good Sense of Humour” being an attribute that most people say that […]

The World’s #MostImaginativeBartender with Bombay Sapphire

It’s all about Paper for Remy Savage – Bombay Sapphire’s winner! I’m just learning a little about the ‘World’s Most Imaginative Bartender’ competition from Bombay Sapphire which finished on 13th June 2014.  Amazingly the event took place over six days, partly in London and partly in the home of Bombay Sapphire’s soon to open distillery […]

El Jefe – ‘The Chef’ Preview at Odeon Lounge

Chef - El-Jefe- The movie Review

‘The Chef’ – A Luxurious Preview: Sipping Cuban cocktails in the plush Lounge at the Odeon Whiteley’s was a far removed experience from the cinema going days of my youth which came complete with vats of diet coke and popcorn.  A refined start to the evening, our preview of ‘The Chef’ was held in one […]

Pushpa’s Kitchen 8 Course Tasting Menu, Streatham London

Guajerati Spice Tin

Guajarati Supper Club – Streatham, London Guest Feature by Sarah James: I was very happy to be asked to review this supper club as I don’t think that I’ve had Guajarati food since I lived in Leicester in the mid 1980s. Although my partner and I are both meat eaters; the majority of our meals […]

Curry for Change – London’s Finest Indian Restaurants Make a Difference

Curry for Change

Dine out at top Indian restaurants in June to help change lives Introduction: Those of you who are regular readers of London-Unattached may notice a LOT of Indian restaurant reviews  over the next few weeks.  While Chicken Tikka Masala may be our national dish and we may all love good curry, this time we have […]

*StopPress* One Great Day St Christopher’s Place London

OGD at St Christopher's Place

One Great Day at St Christopher’s Place London:   Londoners are donning their lycra and heading over to St Christopher’s Place today (Thursday 5th June) to take part in One Great Day, a fundraising event to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital. The fun charity day will take place from 8am-8pm and will see […]

Paul.A.Young Chocolate and Churchill Port Matching


“Chilli Chocolate is *so* yesterday” Guest Post by Alex McMeekin How could I resist an evening of chocolate tasting from the master chocolatier Paul A. Young and Port tasting to boot, from fine portmaker, Churchill’s? Churchill’s is a tapas style restaurant, situated in Greek Street, Soho and unusually offers flights of Port to go with […]

Twining Tea Tasting and Trying Delaunay

Richard Twining

The Heritage of Tea – Twinings and Delaunay: Walking from Temple to Fleet Street was once my route to the office.  It was my choice.  I could have walked from Chancery Lane in just a little less time, but I liked arriving at Temple, looking out over the river as I walked up to the […]

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