A walk in Diagon’s Alley

A walk in Diagon’s Alley

Lunch time neighbourhood exploration brings me to a curious little gas-lit alleyway of Goodwin’s Court.  It is modestly tucked away right behind where my restaurant project is currently under construction…  A real gritty, mysterious little Victorian street.  It looks almost…

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Animal Palace

Animal Palace

Today I decide to do a flashback post of a masquerade ball that I attended back in the summer, before I started this blog…  London is becoming rather gloomy these days now that Winter is approaching, temperature is plummeting and…

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Shoryu Ramen: The best ramen and hirata bun in town

Shoryu Ramen: The best ramen and hirata …

After a rather confused Japanese food night at few weeks ago, I finally had to satisfy my cravings for the real hirata buns and tonkotsu ramen noodles soup by visiting Shoryu Ramen in Soho. For me, this place served one…

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Spirited Away from EAT FILM

Spirited Away from EAT FILM

One of the reasons I love living in London is the vast varieties of cultural and social going-ons which seems to be endless.  This capital city really is the “melting pot of World’s cultures”. Just a few weeks ago, it…

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Vintage Chic: The Art of Waste Not What Want Not

Vintage Chic: The Art of Waste Not …

When it comes to interior decoration, whether it be for home or commercial projects, it is always important to have at least one unique “anchor” piece to add character and visual interest to a space. Of course, what these special…

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