It will come as no surprise that I love a good indie bookshop. I lived in East London for my first 5 years in London, and managed to spot plenty of gems in that time.
Because there are loads of different lists popping up all the time, I wanted to share my personal tried and tested favourites. We can all do with some more vegan meals, so check out the list and dig in!
Is porridge your breakfast of dreams? Do you go crazy for a chai latte and love home made flatbread? If you haven't made your way down to 26 Grains in Central London yet, you're missing out!
It didn't take long for Greenwich to become one of my favourite places in London to spend a sunny Saturday in the park, take my family when they visit or go to the Planetarium to zoom through the stars.
With rustic-looking wooden furniture, a couch in the corner, brick walls that have been painted white, exposed concrete pillars and lots of greenery, this place is basically my idea of a dream.
Aldgate used to be my home, but I still live close enough that I visit it quite frequently. Of course this means that I've tried out quite a few of the local brunch spots.
I pretty much kill every plant I meet, and even succulents don't usually last longer than 3 months in my possession.
I discovered Lele’s during ELCAF, an illustration and graphic novel event that was being held in the church a couple of doors over.
When a friend is about to set off on a trip around the world, you have to say goodbye in style.