It has been quiet on the blog recently so I thought the best way to come back was talking about food, my true love. As you might know from a previous post, I am a massive fan of Mercato Metropolitano, the new Italian market that opened in Elephant and Castle/Borough area. When I was claiming […]Read More Food tasting at Mercato Metropolitano: Parmigiano and Parma ham week!
Food makes my life better. In fact, while writing this post I am eating or better snacking with some Parma ham and olives from Italy. But let’s start from the beginning. I try to have all my weekends planned and I always go to the gym at 12pm on Saturdays – a good way to […]Read More Chronicles of a foodie weekend.
Theatres have always been magical to me. I used to spend a lot of time at our Teatro Verdi in Trieste when I was a kid. My dad used to be the masseur of the ballet company and he always had tickets for us, but the best part was when he took me backstage and […]Read More My first musical in London and other stories.
As you all know, I moved to London from Italy four years ago. It’s been a long journey, with many trips back and forth, with plenty of Italian food in the suitcase every single time. London has so much to offer and the diversity of people, cuisines and activities is what I love about this […]Read More Mercato Metropolitano: the closest place to Italian Paradise.
When I say dark I mean pitch black. It’s not like when you turn off the light in the kitchen, you can still find your way there. I am talking about going to a restaurant you’ve never seen and enter a very dark room, guided by a blind person. I was chatting to a colleague […]Read More Have you ever thought of dining in the dark?
When my friend said “Let’s go and try this new place in Peckham out” I didn’t expect it to be that interesting. Tomato cans on the walls with a very vintage wallpaper is what you can expect when you enter the place. A massive bar with plenty of tables where to sit. They also have […]Read More Londonicious #9 – The Hope in Peckham
The brightest idea on a Saturday afternoon? Going shopping in Oxford street. I am dress hunting for the two upcoming weddings. The first one is next weekend, two of my good and awesome friends are getting married next Saturday in my hometown. So today I had nothing to do and I decided that it was […]Read More Chronicles of a Saturday afternoon in Central London.