Review Open House London - Crossrail Canary Wharf

Review: Open House London

Open House London is truly one of the best weekends of the year in London (for nosy-parkers, at least), giving visitors a peek into many buildings, areas and spaces that are normally closed to the public. This year’s event – which took place this weekend just gone – snuck up on me a bit for some reason; I’d […]

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Review: Camino, King’s Cross

Camino in King’s Cross is an often-mentioned place for a cheap bite to eat; London Budget finally paid this place a visit to check it out! One of London Budget’s favourite activities is hanging out in Granary Square in King’s Cross. Even when there’s nothing on – no food trucks, no music, nothing – she hangs […]

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Review G1 Hampstead

Review: G1, Hampstead

Anyone who knows anything about anything knows that the Giraffe chain of restaurants are always a good option for a wallet-friendly meal. They’re also a pretty good choice when you’re not entirely sure what kind of cuisine you’re in the mood for – given that their menu spans the globe…almost. (Well, it does burgers, enchiladas and quesadillas, […]

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Kerb Saturdays at Granary Square, King’s Cross

London Budget’s a big fan of Granary Square, the peaceful and rather modern new area a short walk up from King’s Cross. And we’re a fan despite having never even danced around in the fountains there. (Promise.) On weekday lunchtimes (Tuesdays to Fridays), street food collaborators Kerb put on a collection of traders in the space, calling […]

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Review: Asakusa, Camden

When you’re pondering a restaurant based on its outside menu, and an old (and I’m not being unkind by using that word) Camden hippie walks past and says “Yeah!!! It’s great in there!”, you know you’re on to a winner…right? Such was the situation when found ourselves outside Asakusa in Camden (okay, technically Mornington Crescent) recently. […]

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Review: Digital Revolution Exhibition at The Barbican Centre

The Barbican Centre is home to so many things it’s mind-boggling, but for a couple of months this summer it’s also home to the fascinating Digital Revolution exhibition. I popped along on a recent sunny Sunday afternoon, wondering why I’d given up the lovely summer weather in London to spend 90 minutes indoors in the […]

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