Archives: Cultural

My yearly visit to the Serpentine Summer Pavilion happened the other week as the Serpentine unveiled their simple, bold, geometric pavilion this year designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. I away stay away from any images of it before walking through the park to see it. I love turning the corner round the back of […]

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In London there are so many exhibitions, spaces and different things going on, but no exhibition is more photographed then the Yayoi Kusama exhibition at the Victoria Miro gallery. If you have seen photos of this exhibition you might be lazy and not go, but don’t hide behind your screens (I know that I should […]

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Vietnamese food is not hard to find all over the world especially in Hong Kong, there are a number of good Vietnamese places everywhere. But you are hard pressed to find somewhere a little bit different rather then the casual pho and bun noodle restaurant. Le Garcon Saigon serves vietnamese food with a difference in […]

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Sometimes the best ingredients don’t need much to make them shine, this is the case in this mediterranean restaurant hidden behind the hustle and bustle of Marble arch. You get some extremely tasty food from the best ingredients. But is it worth heading all the way down that end of Oxford Street I hear you […]

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I have friends who I’ve grown up with, worked together, studied with or shared a common interest / passion. Recently though I have friends who loves to try new places to eat, and even better a specific friend who loves fried chicken. The moment I met my foodie fried chicken loving friend I knew that […]

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“Let’s go to a Japanese Ryokan with an Onsen!”, sounded cool and I hadn’t been to Japan in a while, but I didn’t have even an idea of what a Japanese Ryokan or an onsen was. It turned out to be a traditional Japanese hotel complete with traditional onsen baths. I thought I would share […]

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2015 for me has been the year of the luxury brands in London, starting with the Hermes “Wonderland” exhibition earlier this year which I previously featured on the blog, the Chanel Mademoiselle exhibition and by far my favourite the Louis Vuitton Series 3 exhibition. Now travelling around the world, this unique insight into the world […]

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