Author Archive | Natalie De Luca

Browns – Butlers Wharf

Now an up-market part of London, with an abundance of million pound housing, Butlers Wharf was once a thriving centre for the tea trade and boats from the east docked here with their cargos.  The area is personified by its cobbled streets and characterful buildings owing to its history.  It’s quieter than nearby London Bridge […]

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West Norwood Free Film Festival

The new one-week festival will take place from 25th March– 1st April 2017 West Norwood is set to host to its first ever Free Film Festival from 25th March – 1st April 2017. Featuring cult classics, art house favourites and new releases, the volunteer-run festival will take place in an eclectic mix of venues across […]

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The Honest Italian

This neighbourhood Italian does a good job of serving great pizza to hungry locals. Operating as both a sit in restaurant and takeaway, numerous pizza lovers were popping in to collect theirs during our visit. No doubt it’s convenient location, close to Balham station, helping this. We started with a mixed anti pasti board, which […]

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Aquum Clapham – Relaunched

At the start of October, Aquum on Clapham High Street re-launched following an extensive refurbishment. Now, as well as being a destination for drinks and dancing, Aquum has a foody focus too, with a dedicated restaurant offering. Head Chef Anastasios Tologlou has been appointed, having previously been at Medlar and Dinner by Heston Blumenthal. Greek […]

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The Manor Arms Streatham

Despite having heard good things about their food, until recently I’d only briefly popped into The Manor Arms Streatham, and I’ve been living in the area for three years! So I was pretty happy when an invitation arrived in my inbox one Wednesday when my weekend plans had up until then consisted of money saving nights in. So […]

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South London dog owners, listen up! Tailor-made dog food company, who are based in Richmond, are hosting a social dog walk in their local area on the 5th October. It’s a great opportunity to socialise with your dog, meeting like minded dog owners and their four legged friends. Meet on Richmond Green (Corner of […]

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SW4 Festival – Clapham

SW4 has been welcoming some the worlds very best DJ’s and live electronic acts for 12 years and has established itself as one of Europe’s best electronic music festivals. After a 2015 that raised the bar to another level by unveiling a massive 10,000 capacity indoor main stage, the largest ever on Clapham Common, it’s […]

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The Prince Albert, Battersea

The Prince Albert, which sits proudly on the corner of Albert Bridge Road across the road from the wonderful Battersea Park, is a pub worth visiting.  Having recently undergone a refurbishment, it’s looking better than ever. As it should, the bar takes pride of place in the middle of the characterful room.  Serving a wide […]

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