Zerodegrees Blackheath

Zerodegrees

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Posted 19/05/16 By Maggie Majstrova This week, I got to see how the other half live. Thanks to our Best Man Tom (of The Commis and Viva Magazine fame), my fiancé and I had the chance to accompany him on a ‘proper review’ to Zerodegrees in Blackheath. Starting its life…

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Bierschenke

BrewDog & Bierschenke

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Posted 05/05/16 By Maggie Majstrova Having been particularly lucky with the weather over the first May Bank Holiday Weekend (for a change!), my fiancé and I were looking forward to being similarly lucky on our anniversary this year, which conveniently fell on the Tuesday after the Bank Holiday (hello four day…

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BELGO Centraal, Covent Garden

BELGO Centraal

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Posted 28/04/16 By Maggie Majstrova First of all, I have to start by saying that BELGO is one of my favourite restaurants in London – I used to work in Covent Garden many moons ago, and it’s remained one of those places I tend to come back to, especially if I…

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the crown roast

The Crown

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Posted 21/04/16 By Maggie Majstrova Living walking distance from the wonderful Blackheath Common has its advantages. Not only is the area lovely, but Blackheath has also recently become a particularly good food-related destination. From a great farmers’ market on the weekends, to a number of quaint eateries, it’s definitely not…

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Davy's dessert, Canary Wharf

Davy’s

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Planning a wedding can be stressful, but one of the nice parts of the months coming up to the event is being able to try out venues, menus, drinks and more in the name of “research”. Last week, my other half and I set up an appointment at Davy’s at…

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Craft Beer Co. forty burgers

The Craft Beer Co. & Forty Burgers

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Posted 03/02/16 By Maggie Majstrova Going out on New Year’s Eve is a yearly struggle for me. Everywhere is expensive, full of overly drunk Londoners and quite frankly ‘forced entertainment’ is just not my thing. So, as of last year, my other half and I started a new tradition – staying…

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Meze Mangal

Meze Mangal

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Having recently moved to South East London and still exploring the neighbourhood, I’m always on the market for ideas of good local places for a bite to eat, like Meze Mangal. It made an appearance on Timeout’s top list of London cheap eats and has been a popular…

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Chai Ki

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Posted 24/11/15 By Maggie Majstrova One of the newest eateries opening in Canary Wharf as part of Crossrail Place, Chai Ki grabbed my attention from the word ‘go’. The brain child of Rohit Chugh, a former trader for Goldman Sachs gone restaurateur, it’s one of the newest street food inspired restaurants…

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