Ye Olde Rose & Crown, Greenwich

After that bracing stroll through Greenwich Park with H the mischievous Miniature Schnauzer we had worked up a healthy appetite. A quick google search revealed the dog-friendly Ye Olde Rose & Crown as being almost at the gates to the park. Cosy & Comfy We were lucky enough to bag the last table and settled... Continue Reading →

Saturday lunchtime treat at the Marquess

Almost hidden away in the depths of Canonbury near the New River Walk, the Marquess is one of those pubs that looks fairly unremarkable from the outside. Walk through the doors though and it's obvious this is no ordinary boozer. Decor is eclectic, there are plumped up comfy leather chairs, scrubbed tables with mis-matched chairs,... Continue Reading →

Café Rouge – Highgate

With views over the square there are a few patio tables at the front of Cafe Rouge, however the outside belies the interior; a cavern of a place with nooks and crannies offering a more intimate option to the main expansive dining spaces.  On this wet Saturday morning there was a very relaxed atmosphere with... Continue Reading →

Albion Bankside

Located next to Tate Modern is this new addition to the Conran portfolio. Light, bright and airy with tremendous views of St Paul’s Cathedral and the imposing former power station turned gallery, the Albion is a stylish and appealing mix of café/bar/restaurant with the added bonus of a food market thrown in for good measure.... Continue Reading →

The Albany, Thames Ditton

Riverside bliss The Albany really is a hidden gem, located near Thames Ditton just a stone's throw from Hampton Court.  The pub is beautifully decorated in a contemporary style, has lots of nooks & crannies with comfy seats and working open fires for the winter. We visited on a Saturday lunchtime and were lucky enough... Continue Reading →

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