LAndon Life

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


June 2015

Heliot Steak House at Hippodrome Casino

We were invited along to give Heliot Steak House a try which is situated within the Leicester Square Hippodrome Casino. This isn’t a normal hangout of mine and hasn’t been since perhaps the age of 16 when we frequented the bars within Leicester Square on a weekend! Continue reading “Heliot Steak House at Hippodrome Casino”


Loving life at Field Day

After a great year last year at Field Day with my partners in crime how could I possibly resist heading down again! Field Day takes place in Victoria Park and started in 2007 and they still have the village fete style hay bales area to this day, which include sack races, tug of war and many other traditional games. Continue reading “Loving life at Field Day”

To infinity and beyond – Rugby Sevens

A very delayed post but wanted to share such a wonderful day and spread the word for those who haven’t heard or been to Rugby Sevens at Twickenham. It’s a competition that happens every year and travels around the World with the action starting in October in Australia and London being the last event of the tour. Continue reading “To infinity and beyond – Rugby Sevens”

Work lunch at Shackfuyu

It’s been a busy couple of months at the office and what better way for a bit of team bonding then a lunch down at Bone Daddie’s Shackfuyu in Soho. Their latest opening is Japanese junk food in a tapas style made to share and the staff were lovely throughout, great atmosphere. Continue reading “Work lunch at Shackfuyu”

Korean cooking at Koba

Cat’s suggestion of Korean food stemmed a suggestion for us to head to Koba on Charlotte Street. They specialise in Korean bbq food and once sat down at the table you have your hot plate hidden in the middle ready for the main event. Continue reading “Korean cooking at Koba”

History Lessons in Madrid

Rosie had booked us onto a Sandemans walking tour which is a great concept in that you pay how much you think the tour is worth at the end of the walk. We had a wonderful guy called Sebastian and met him in Plaza Mayor to begin our 3 hour journey. Continue reading “History Lessons in Madrid”

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