PRET A PORTEA: THE DIOR COUTURE COLLECTION

I was a teenager when I first tried The Berkeley hotel’s Pret-A-Portea, I had read about it in one of my monthly Vogues and it was during my Blair Waldorf phase. Like many normal teenagers (lol) it was a box to tick on my bucketlist. I can now safely say I’m still into headbands but less into high school scheming…
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3 OF THE BEST IN BALI’S DESTINATION DINING

Plush jungle, wicker bags sold from rows of street vendors, the faint smell of barbecue carried by the dust as motorcycles dash past you. It’s no where other than Bali, a location high up every wanderluster’s wishlist and one of the most naturally beautiful places I’ve visited in the world. My first time at the popular tourist destination was early…
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On My Wishlist

WHAT A GIRL EATS: DIN TAI FUNG LONDON

This is my favourite restaurant in all of Asia, take that how you will but it’s the truth. I’ve been to the original in Taipei, Hong Kong, Singapore and now with the first branch in Europe, London. Based in Henrietta Street in London, known for premium boutiques and mid-priced bistros, it seems like the only other location as an alternative…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: SEPTIME IN PARIS

Septime restaurant review Any foodie in Paris knows Septime, the mother restaurant of seafood heaven, Clamato. While I haven’t had the chance to feast at the second, I’ve definitely dined visually (not as satisfying but definitely less calories) via social media and it’s on the list for my next trip across the Channel. This post is about the rustic little…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: PACHAMAMA EAST

Peruvian food has fast become one of my favourites, who can resist a succulent, tangy ceviche, even during the coldest months of the year? It’s like taking an exotic holiday with none of the jetlag. London has an abundance of restaurants offering up the South American cuisine and if you thought that the hype was dying out, you haven’t tried…
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THE HOTEL FOR FOODIES: ST JAMES HOTEL AND CLUB

Turn down a side street in Mayfair or amble by a quiet(er) road by an iconic shopping stretch and you’re likely to find elegant old boutique hotels. As much as I love the pomp of a luxury chain, when booking a staycation or travelling, I like something that feels unique and homely. Even better when there’s a highly acclaimed restaurant…
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