Clerkenwell Design Week 2017

I know it’s been a while since my last post, and for that I am truly sorry! However, I have a visual feast for you today direct from this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week! Here’s my favourite finds…

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Not just a showroom, it’s a gallery

On the famous strip of interior boutiques on the Kings Road, the Decorum Est showroom is hard to miss; painted a Ribena purple. However, once you step inside, you’re on the Via Monte Napoleone in Milano, forearms filled with shopping bags and thinking about your next sip of midday prosecco.

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All at Steak

Over the last month I painstakingly visited two of London’s best known steakhouses and forced my way through two slabs of melt-in-your-mouth, decadent, tender Chateaubriand steaks, just so that I could share with you, who’s does it better. Hawksmoor or Gaucho? And the winner is…

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London Design Fair

Over 12,500 square metres, London Design Fair has exceeding all expectations this year. 250 independent designers and brands, 200 global brands and 15 country pavilions have filled The Old Truman Brewery in the heart of Brick Lane. Here’s DWD’s wrap up and what you can expect to see this weekend at London Design Fair.

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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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French classics at Côte

A local, London franchise that serves up perfectly-flavoured Fish Parmentier and decadent Chocolate Fondant in an elegant Parisian-style atmosphere, Côte Brasserie is one of my new faves. So, I’m breaking my own rules and giving you an insight into a franchise that’s doing French food proud and making it accessible to an international palate.

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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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