Finding good coffee in Paris is getting easier as artisan cafés crop up all over the city. However I still get that slight jab of fear when a friend suggests we meet for coffee, in case the place they…
Berber & Q is in fast rising Haggerston, not that far from Liverpool Street. The restaurant is situated under railway arches and is surrounded by other recently opened bars and restaurants.
I've lived in London all my life. And I've never really thought that Northumberland Avenue was anything other than the road that connects Trafalgar Square to the Embankment.
The Marché des Enfants Rouges in Le Marais is the oldest covered market in Paris. It is named after an orphanage once on the same site.
When a tiny restaurant in the very unglamorous (despite the product) rag trade zone behind Great Portland Street is still filling up its tables at three o"clock, there"s something up.