Life as an expat

Growing up in Australia, Asia was a holiday destination. Bali, Thailand, Vanuatu, you name it, we went there! But there’s a big difference between 10 days and two years, so naturally, the idea of living in Asia scared me a little.

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Feast on London

Throughout the month of April, Bookatable by Michelin is hosting the ultimate foodie festival across London. With over 200 restaurants involved, Feast on London is opening up the cities evolving dining scene to hungry foodies everywhere!

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High Road Brasserie, Chiswick

Succulent steak and gooey fondant will have me returning to the popular Soho House destination in Chiswick, but a lack of lighting provided me with a first-hand encounter with the effect that ambience can have on the dining experience.

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A new way to enjoy restaurant-quality food

Launching August 24th, One Hour Chef is offering a new way of experiencing delicious food. Using the One Hour Chef online platform, you can organize a chef to come to your home and cook a restaurant-quality meal for you and your guests, and clean up! All in under 60 mins! Where do we sign up!?

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London’s local delicacy

Pie & Mash is an English tradition that dates back to the 18th century with pie-men visiting taverns and fairs, and street vendors selling pea soup and hot eels. Still run by the original families today, London’s Pie & Mash shops are not just serving a local delicacy, they themselves are cultural monuments.

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Annie’s, Chiswick

A boutique restaurant with an impressive menu of all the great classics, I was looking forward to seeing what Annie’s had to offer. French provincial outdoor furniture and flamingo-printed blankets have you thinking ‘ladies brunch’, while the dimly lit, red and gold interior sets the scene for a romantic date night.

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