London Staff Writer
Sinéad grew up in London, but a three-year attempt at van life saw her travelling all over the city and country before she remembered that she is, in fact, very high maintenance and loves a bath. During that time of not bathing (she was showering), she worked as a travel writer, visiting Venice to review hotels and Ireland to write guides for Condé Nast Traveller. When she’s not writing, Sinéad spends most of her time eating tacos and explaining that she is not named after the Irish singer Sinéad O’Connor.
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The Best London Restaurants Open On Mondays
Day off? Or looking to start your week right? Here are the best restaurants open on a Monday.
The Best London Restaurants Open On Sunday Night
Handmade dumplings, warming pies, injera platters, and more.
Where To Go When You Don’t Want To Make A Big Deal About Your Birthday (But You Actually Kind Of Do)
The restaurants to go to when you’re telling everyone that your birthday is ‘no big deal’, when actually it is.
Where To Eat With A Third-Tier Friend
When you rope yourself into dinner with a friend you don’t see too often, use this list.
Exciting Things To Eat & Do This March
The dark days of winter are behind us, so celebrate with a paint-throwing festival, women-led restaurants, and more.