Friday, 8 May 2015

Dirty Martini Clapham Launch Party

Address: 67 Clapham High Street

Nearest Station: Clapham High Street, Clapham Common 

Having enjoyed countless celebrations and drinks with friends at Dirty Martini, I knew they always deliver when it comes to great timeless martini's and overall a great time. I was excited to be invited down to the launch party of their newest establishment ahead of the May 1st opening.

I am a big fan of Dirty Martini and I was very excited when I heard they were venturing south of the river to Clapham and a stone away from where I live. The venue which was once occupied by the Loft Bar has now been transformed into a sophisticated, chic and contemporary space with the most finest of interiors.

Once you arrive in the ever exciting bar area you are greeted by the most fabulous artwork on the ceiling, mirrored wall panels, intricate detailed lighting, an exquisite marble bar top and if that is not enough there are several quaint seating areas dotted around.

During the course of the evening I got to sample some of the brand spanking new cocktails from the new menu those being Pineapple and Cardamon + Strawberry and Black Pepper Martini. As pretty decorated as they looked, both tasted refreshing, yummy and a excellent play of flavours. 

Along with old favourites such as Passion Fruit, French, Chocolate, Mango and Chilli Martinis; The chocolate martini tastes so smooth and well balanced, topped with a chocolate swirl stick and the mango and chilli has just the right measure of sweet and spice blended into one drink.

The launch party was well organised, the bar staff and mixologist were very skillful, friendly and eager to help. The DJ played some great floor filling tunes which got the party winding all night long. I had an amazing night and look forward to returning to venue. 

Photo Credits of the interiors : DM Clapham -® Michael Franke. The rest I took them.

I would definitely recommend this place if you're looking for a stylish setting, great vibe, happy hours, great tasting bespoke cocktails. Dirty Martini is the perfect place for after work drinks, socialising with friends, birthdays and special events. 

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Friday, 10 April 2015

Acai in Shoreditch at The Oshun Cafe

Address: 70 Paul Street EC2A 4NQ

Nearest Station: Old Street  

Opening times: Mon- Fri 7.30am to 5.00pm | Sat 8.00am to 5.00pm | Sun 10.00am to 5.00pm

On Wednesday 8th April I attended the Oshun cafe: #ArtofAcai popup launch in Shoreditch. Founded by Liane Holey. After seeing the berry bowl craze all over my instagram feed I felt this was something I had to devour. I am a fan of all things smoothie and the concept of the acai berry bowls are very similar to smoothie bowls. Both concepts have taken the health food community by storm. 

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

LFW DAY 2 AW15: OOTD: Colour Block & Grid Print

I started Day 2 of London Fashion week in colour & grid print. Why? Because I love to A) stand out, B) colour makes me happy and C) A statement print. Anything to brighten up a grey day hey. 

Unlike my last stint in colour block in LFW AW14 as seen hereThis season I mixed a cobalt blue wool moto jacket (which I picked up from Gap last year.) Layered over a red polo neck (infact I wore two, which you can see peering through) and teamed with grid print trousers. I accessorised with the Small Michael Kors Selma bag(which btw I love) and black boots. 

Friday, 6 February 2015

Jones at Trip Restaurant and Bar Review

Address: 399-340 Acton Mews, London, E8 4EA
Nearest St: Haggerston
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri  Lunch -12:00 15:00 /Dinner - 18:00 22:00
Sat Brunch - 10:00 15:00 / Sun 10:00 13.00 
Sunday Lunch 13.00

Jones at Trip from the outside looks like a converted railway arch situated in Acton mews, just off Regents Canal. It's exposed brickwork and canteen style restaurant makes it a great dining experience. The menu offers european seasonal food which is carefully sourced and prepared by Andy Jones.

Jones at Trip is the 2nd instalment by Jones & Sons. Founded by Andy Jones. The first restaurant in Dalston provides a fine dining experience with a classic British seasonally sourced menu.

I was invited along with a friend to the opening night to experience the new menu. The menu on offer is very varied and boasts delicious, affordable options for brunch, lunch and dinner. 

Price range from £7.50 for starter and from £12.50 for main options. Sides are priced at £3.50 each. The menu is fairly affordable. When we was presented with the menu, I loved the sound of the dinner options. For starters I went for Salmon tartare with creme fraiche which was fairly simple and light which left room for my second dish.

I was enticed by the confit lamb belly, lentils, beetroot and goats curd for my main which the meat was cooked to perfection, couldn't fault it. For the side -  Mac & cheese (as I have quite the obsession) again this was pretty good, crispy on the top and creamy in the inside and lastly washed down with a margarita cocktail; while my friend had the grilled squid as a starter, butchers steak and bĂ©arnaise sauce  for main and side of triple cooked chips. 

And finally for dessert I had a sticky toffee pudding with ice cream where my friend opted for a tart with cream; by the end of the meal we was stuffed to the 9s. So that's always good.

Overall the food was of a good quality and standard. The service was quick and efficient despite it being pretty busy. Definitely worth checking out if your in the Haggerston area, great for sit in brunch, lunch, after work drinks and dinner.

Sunday, 4 January 2015

The Houndstooth Coat

Happy New Year Guys.. Hello 2015. I hope you all had a fun filled Christmas whether spending with family, friends or enjoyed some well deserved time off. 

Of lately I have been obsessing over coats, last year saw me picking up more than enough coats. And to be honest you can never have enough.. One for every day of the week. I'd say.. 

Saturday, 13 December 2014


Hi Guys, Sorry it has been a long while since I've posted on my blog. Apologies once again for being a bad blogger, (sigh) But on the flip side I present you with a Christmas wish list.  Tis the season to be jolly after all, celebrate the birth of Jesus, spend time with family and friends, eat, drink, be merry and all that jazz. 

This list is focused on the goodies I would love from Next. What better way to whip up a #NextmasWishlist and share with you guys.. 

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