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Literally dining In and Out of Sakagura, Mayfair

Sakagura opened doors to their Mayfair post late last year, and it was a welcome Jap-Asian establishment down Heddon Street. I’m always on the hunt for a good Japanese spot, so I thought it would be cool to check out all their menus. DINING IN On my first visit, I…

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Trying out the new Chotto Matte Brunch Menu

I love that restaurants are still acknowledging the fact that brunch starts the weekend life (particularly Sundays in my case), and that there’s more to the menu beyond poached eggs and avocado toasts. When Chotto Matte invited me to try their new menu, I was rather intrigued. Though I sometimes go…

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The Don Restaurant: A Dinner of Classics

The Don is a restaurant near Bank and is the flagship white tablecloth establishment of the group that brought Bleeding Heart, one of my fave restaurant for “classics” in the city. The restaurant itself has a classic look, with a masculine feel in terms of decor and a no-nonsense vibe. Hats…

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Skin-y Love: Summer 2017 Skincare Favourites

Summer skincare is always a tricky one, because you never really know whether you’re having a dry summer or a wet summer in England. (On that note, I’m hoping the sunny Summer boat hasn’t sailed yet.) Still, I have my current seasonal favourites that complement my dose of SPF as…

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#travellinkup: Paranoid Travels and Near-Death Experiences

Travelling is a risk of all sorts and I think that’s why most of us are addicted to it. It helps build character, and helps us become braver souls. It’s not, however, rainbows and butterflies and turquoise seas and ocean views. In years of travelling, I’ve developed some “rituals” because…

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