Eileen TwumLondon Content & Operations Manager
Eileen is a born and bred Londoner, though she spent more than five years in New York City eating and being brainwashed by The Infatuation. Despite almost a decade working in management consulting, her Excel skills are still rated “beginner,” though her pie eating skills are decidedly “expert. ” And she insists that you know that she means meat pies, not the American pies. Those don’t have meat in them.
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating In London
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating In Lo...
First time in London? You’ve got a lot of ground to cover. Here’s our pick of the best London restaurants for lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea.
Go to these restaurants when you want to feel you’ve escaped London, without actually leaving the city.
There’s no better place to spend a summer’s day (or night) than in one of London’s 192,000 beer gardens. Here are 15 of the best.
In a city of nine million people, it’s hard to keep a secret. These hidden patios, courtyards, and walled gardens are the closest we have.
The ultimate list list of London rooftop bars, ranked for your pleasure,
The Best Spots For Big Group Hangs This Summer
The Best Spots For Big Group Hangs This...
It’s a rare day when your entire crew is free to get together for food and drinks, and the sun is shining. Here’s where to go.
Feast Bar and Kitchen in the revamped White City is great spot for a big group hang.
Market Halls Fulham is a food court in Southwest London. It works well in group situations.
Mare Street Market is a Hackney spot with a deli, a bar, and shops. It works well for big group situations.
The Eastern Curve Garden in Dalston is a beautiful slice of green space in the heart of Dalston. It’s the perfect spot for a big group hang.
The Crabtree is a pub in Fulham that you'll be happy to go to even if you hate Fulham. It is also has the best beer garden in West London.