LAndon Life

Food and lifestyle blog exploring the culinary delights within London and further afield.


April 2015

Circle Pizza Co Launch, Hoxton Square

We headed East to the ever trendy Hoxton Square and were lucky enough to be eating at Circle Pizza Co, a brand new pizza restaurant that has just opened. Nestled on the side of Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen (which many of you may remember was a Mexican) this has now been transformed into a spacious, rustic pizza joint. Continue reading “Circle Pizza Co Launch, Hoxton Square”


Afternoon Tea for some Mad Hatters

It’s always nice to get the chance to catch up with the girls from school outside of a noisy bar / club and what better setting than at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at The Sanderson Hotel. Continue reading “Afternoon Tea for some Mad Hatters”

Peruvian gem in Marylebone – Pachamama

Pachamama opened up towards the end of 2014 and once you find the inconspicuous restaurant door you make yourself downstairs and are welcomed by the bustle of the dimly lit bar. The Peruvian restaurant scene is growing rapidly in London with places such as Lima setting the standard. Pachamama’s head chef Tom Catley has an impressive resume as head chef of ottolenghi, Peyton and Byrne and firsthand Peruvian experience from Amaz in Peru. Continue reading “Peruvian gem in Marylebone – Pachamama”

Girls day out with Alexander McQueen – Savage Beauty

Mum and I continued our Mother / Daughter culture weekend with an early morning trip to the V&A for the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition. This exhibition originated in the Met, New York in 2011 and was so popular that it has since been moved to Europe. This showing in London will be the largest retrospective of the talented designer’s work ever in Europe. Continue reading “Girls day out with Alexander McQueen – Savage Beauty”

An enchanting evening at Letters Live!

Seeing as Mum has treated me so much over the years to many a theatre ticket and culture event in London it was only fair I pay her back. As soon as ‘Letters Live‘ with Benedict Cumberbatch headlining popped up in my inbox, I knew this was the one for us both. Continue reading “An enchanting evening at Letters Live!”

Family feel tapas in the heart of Mayfair

Nestled on a back street in the heart of Mayfair you will find El Pirata, a large and friendly tapas restaurant which is currently finishing celebrations for their 20th anniversary! Continue reading “Family feel tapas in the heart of Mayfair”

Pho House, Highbury

After months of walking past the newly refurbished Pho House restaurant situated next to Highbury & Islington we finally found an excuse to pop in and sample the food. No doubt unknown to most of you who don’t visit Highbury & Islington and make the walk left as you come out of the station up Holloway Road but for locals we’re always on the look out for a new dining home. Continue reading “Pho House, Highbury”

City bar aimed at the ladies

Bury Court is situated in prime location next to the Gherkin and Heron Tower which as you can imagine makes it a very popular drinking hole with the local city workers. Continue reading “City bar aimed at the ladies”

A week of pure bliss within the Snowy Mountains of Lech

The wonderful Archers were generous and kind enough to open up their annual ski trip to partners this year, which Tom and I jumped at the opportunity. Continue reading “A week of pure bliss within the Snowy Mountains of Lech”

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