In Part 1 we reviewed the current state of play of Thameslink, the Bakerloo extension ...
There’s no money. The end. OK, I exaggerated – but only a bit. If you ...
Even if you’re new to south London, you will have heard of The Crystal Palace, ...
In the future no-one will own a car – we’ll just summon up a self-driving cab with a click. So what to do with all those multi-storey car parks? In Peckham we may have the answer – Peckham Levels is the new project to continue the regeneration of Peckham, and car park has become box […]
It was a pleasure to return to Village East in Bermondsey Street where we’d been some eighteen months previously for the launch of their breakfast menu. This time we were at this New York themed brasserie and cocktail bar for a special wine tasting and dining event, hosted by their resident wine guru, the wonderfully […]
Tucked away between Brixton, Camberwell and Herne Hill is an area with an emerging identity of its own – Loughborough Junction. Bearing the name of its very convenient railway station (5 mins to Elephant, 10-12 mins Blackfriars/City), it’s an area criss-crossed by railway tracks and of course railway arches, which are fast becoming an agent […]
The area of Borough and Bankside is well on its way to becoming a foodie paradise with lots of new restaurants and bars opening, as well as the unique Borough Market. We went for Sunday lunch at Hixter Bankside, one of chef Mark Hix’s stable of restaurants in London. I say lunch, it was close […]
Many say Irish hospitality is the finest in the world and after our visit to Mc & Sons, a new Irish pub in Union Street Southwark, I can’t argue with that. We were invited to the press night of this new opening; I say press night, but it seemed that quite a lot of south […]
Did you see the ‘fatberg‘ on TV recently? Disgusting wasn’t it, but somehow strangely fascinating. And I really felt for the poor chap they sent down in the sewer to hack it out by hand – not a job many of us would relish! An interesting point in the report was that they couldn’t use […]
The Caribbean is a melting pot of many cultures and peoples so it’s no surprise that the cuisine of the region reflects this fusion. Here in Britain we tend to experience the cuisine of the Anglophone Caribbean with dishes from Jamaica, Trinidad and Guyana becoming more and more popular. I’m very partial to some nice […]
The whole area of Borough SE1 is undergoing rapid change and redevelopment: a new evolving area is Borough Triangle aka Newington Triangle, aka SoBo (South of Borough), squeezed into life by the £3 billion development at the Elephant & Castle and the knock-on effect of developments along the road at London Bridge and Borough Market. […]
Vegetarians, look away now, Macellaio RC on Northcote Road is strictly for carnivores with the site combining restaurant and butcher. The impressive meat counter greets you upon entry, with the sound of beef being chopped into portions a soundtrack to your evening meal. Recently opened in Battersea with existing outposts in South Kensington, Union Street […]
Totally Thames is a month long celebration of the River Thames, featuring a wide variety of artistic and cultural activities, which has been running in one form or another since 1997. A much expanded programme sees events running the whole month of September in locations from Richmond down to Southend. The vision of the organisers […]