Latest Recommendations

09/10/2017

Abasalon is a hygge spot set in an old church, in the heart of the Copenhagen’s old fish-packing district, Vesterbro.

08/10/2017

Founded by a Romanian coffee enthusiast and a Palestinian chef, Ibrik is the first Parisian coffee shop to showcase the art of oriental coffee making.

08/10/2017

A Sunday morning staple since the 19th century, the bustling Columbia Road Flower Market sells exactly what it says on the tin, amidst shops and cafes aplenty.

18/09/2017

Flow is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant located by the Bear Pit in Bristol’s city centre, dishing up seasonal and locally sourced delights with a twist.

13/09/2017

Far more than just a newsstand, Edicola 518 is Perugia’s beating heart of freedom and revolution.

13/09/2017

PostModernissimo is an independent space in Perugia for the both the lesser known and the most celebrated in the world of cinema.

13/09/2017

A baker’s paradise, The Pudding Stop is a restaurant slash café in the heart of St Albans that only serves desserts. Let me repeat: a restaurant that only serves deserts. That only serves deserts…

13/09/2017

The George Street Canteen is a minimalist but cosy spot nestled into a courtyard on one of the cuter and more historic streets in St Albans, serving all-day brunches, lunches, baked goods and beverages.

13/09/2017

Sky Kong Kong is a low-key Korean restaurant serving fresh, authentic and Asian inspired dishes. Tucked just behind Bristol’s bearpit, prices are low and quality is high.

07/09/2017

As the UK’s first social enterprise, independent, boutique, and digital cinema, The Lexi in Kensal Rise is staffed mainly by volunteers and donates 100% of its profits to charity.