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London Restaurant Reviews and Stories. International Luxury Travel experiences. Life in Baku 2013 -2015 and many more adventures!
London Restaurant Reviews and Stories. International Luxury Travel experiences. Life in Baku 2013 -2015 and many more adventures!

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Core Blimey! Unlike so many people who prefer to let their birthdays quietly slip by with as little attention as possible, and who dread the increasing numbers which they don’t want to be reminded of, I still take a ridiculously childish pleasure in mine.…
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Browned Off In Barnes, on the corner of the High Street and Lonsdale Road, sits a prime piece of river fronted real estate. It’s an attractively refurbished, gracious period property with big arched windows and a full width cast iron balcony offering one…
Barnes Eatery, Barnes
Barnes Eatery, Barnes
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Tea for Two Regular readers of the Fizz of Life Blog will have noticed that my posts have become more intermittent, rather than once weekly on Tuesdays. There are many reasons for this but, most importantly, after three and a half years of writing it…
Ham Yard Hotel, Soho
Ham Yard Hotel, Soho
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North of Piccadilly Ooooh yes, Nopi is right up my street. Well, not exactly geographically speaking, since it involves a bit of a trek from where I live into the West End, but as much as I moan and groan at having to make my way by public transport into…
Nopi, Soho
Nopi, Soho
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The Grand Old Duke of York The title of Duke of York and Albany was first granted in the 18th century, often given to the second son of the British Monarch. The last person to hold it was Prince Frederick Augustus, second son of George III, better known…
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Meat Me by the River The last time I ate in a Steak House was in the early 1970s in Winchmore Hill, North London, when I was a teenager. Back then my mother had just founded her later very successful antiques business based in Germany. She started it,…
Gaucho, Richmond
Gaucho, Richmond
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Rule Britannia Would you like to sin With Elinor Glyn On a tiger skin? Or would you prefer To err With her On some other fur? This anonymous little ditty refers to the British romantic novelist Elinor Glyn (1864-1943) who popularised erotic fiction but it…
The Dove, Hammersmith
The Dove, Hammersmith
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It’s Curry, Jim, But Not As We Know It Michelin starred Amaya, in a little passage off Motcomb Street, is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of London’s most chic and sophisticated Indian restaurants. Forget flock wallpaper and lurid pictures of elephants,…
Amaya, Knightsbridge
Amaya, Knightsbridge
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“Curiouser and Curiouser” cried Alice Historic Cannizaro House, in the midst of bucolic Cannizaro Park, is a former country mansion built in the 18th century at the southern end of Wimbledon Common. During its glamorous history, such luminaries as Kind…
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Portobello Belles Imagine! I actually hauled myself out of my lovely, snuggly, cosy little bed, the one with the soft new organic cotton linen that caresses your skin as you lie snoozing, at some unearthly hour to go and meet a friend for coffee. Okay…
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