• Local Heroes,  The London Edit

    Cow and Pig, Bromley

    📍 Cow and Pig, East St, Bromley. This is definitely a local haunt for us – we keep going back! Now I know this blog looks a little steak heavy, but if it’s on the menu and a speciality I’ll likely be having it! Especially if the restaurant is named ‘Cow and Pig’! The first thing that strikes you as you walk in is the beautiful decor – rustic, bright and eye catching, a lovely atmosphere to eat in! Then a warm greeting by the hosts which never goes a miss! Next thing that cries out temptation is their extensive cocktail menu – there literally will be something for everyone,…

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    Oak On The Green, Bearsted

    📍 Oak on the Green, Bearsted. Possibly one of the most picturesque little villages near Maidstone and with Leeds Castle a short 10 minute drive away. Bearsted is a short 40 minute train journey out of the city providing peace and quiet, beautiful nature walks and fantastic local pubs and restaurants. Oak on the Green offers a full lunch menu to boot as well as fresh made, homely, warming dinners. Oak on the Green is the best of the bunch in the village – The name says it all, perched on the edge of the green, this pub is by far the stand out place to eat when visiting! A…

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    An ode to Amsterdam: Part 2 💛

    📍 Foodhallen, Kinkerstraat Continuing our little food tour of Amsterdam, we went in search of Foodhallen – We’re both real advocates for food halls, knowing you get authentic fresh food, and lots of it whenever you tend to end up in one! Foodhallen was EXCEPTIONAL! We actually turned up around lunch time but there wasn’t much open so decided to return in the early evening and check out what food delights this food market had to offer! And the choices were endless! Always taking the time to do a reccy around the 21 different stops in the market and hash out our decisions – out first stop was to the…

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    An Ode to Amsterdam: Part 1 💛

    This trip only confirmed for me that Amsterdam is one of the greatest cities in the world. It’s simply beautiful, every corner provides a new photo opportunity, or little cafe, a bar, an ice cream parlour, a quaint restaurant or fantastic vintage clothing and furniture shops. I absolutely loved it – quite frankly a long weekend wasn’t enough for me! We were lucky enough to book The Pulitzer for this, my 29th Birthday weekend – and it was just fabulous! A beautiful hotel in a quieter part of Amsterdam, but much more picturesque than that of the Red Light District and Central. The hotel itself was just fantastic, within walking…