Tuck Inn, Dalston

Tuck Inn Caribbean food

There is a really nice little art shop in Dalston that happens to sell a brand of notepads/sketchpads that my friend wanted to take a look at up close and personal before purchasing them. On the 27th February we made that happen and battled the snow, went on the epically long overground to take a […]

Restaurants I Want To Visit In 2018

There is nothing quite like a good meal out. Sitting at a table with your loved one, friends or family with some enjoyable drink in hand (preferably a few cocktails or a bottle of wine) and tasty food to enjoy placed in front of you with the time to sit and chat without going to […]

Wagamama, Croydon

Seafood noodle dish with greens

There are a number of restaurants that people always pull a face at when I say I have never gone to it before; Wagamama was always one of them. For a long time Nandos was another (even then I have only gone to Nandos once and it was when I was a vegetarian and therefore […]

Village Bistro Cafe, Beckenham

Traditional English cooked breakfast near Beckenham Junction

I keep telling myself that all the walking around I do whilst out shopping and exploring balances out having some hearty and filling lunch but let us face it I love food and do not need to justify what I do or do not eat (I didn’t have actual breakfast and we had some soup […]

Nick’s Cafe, Bromley

Menemen and Turkish breakfast on white table at Nick's Cafe Bromley

I love exploring new places and trying out new restaurants and cafes but when I go into a place and sit down before realising it has marble tables and white plates I feel like I’ve hit the Instagram dream. On a trip out to Bromley to browse stores that are yet to land in Croydon, […]

Rustic Or Just Half-Hearted: Bianco43 Croydon Review

I recently brought the phrase “Helping people explore places with positivity” into my Twitter bio to explain not only my professional job but also for this blog. I love to write about things and give others the Lowedown (play on my surname klaxon) on where is worth going and where is not. Every time I […]

Food During A Day In London

Despite living on the outskirts of London I increasingly go to the centre less and less. As I have got older, and perhaps a little wiser, I have grown to realise that going central can be a bit of a planning nightmare and to get the most of your day and spending money on travel […]