“Eating an oyster can quadruple your sperm count within a couple of hours,” said Ed Baines, brandishing a knife in one hand and waving one of nature’s most unlikely aphrodisiacs in the other.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Last night I went to The Generation of Z, the brand new live action show that drags its audience kicking and screaming through an old warehouse in Whitechapel a post-apocalyptic world.
Curious London is all about the best stuff to do in the (British) capital, but occasionally I do venture outside of Zone 2 and into the Wider World, which – amazingly – also has some pretty amazing shit to see and do. (And eat, obviously. Very important, eating.) I know, I know…who knew? I recently […]
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The single best thing about London’s food scene is the sheer variety on offer. Our huge, sprawling melting pot serves up a veritable smorgasbord of cuisines from all over the world, with fresh influxes of flavour arriving every other week. Lately, Korean food’s been getting a lot of love, so I was excited to go to […]
As we wound through the eerily quiet, bright white corridors of Bermondsey’s Biscuit Factory, we wondered if the afternoon’s adventure had already begun. We were on our way to Lockd, a newish escape game in South London that promised to challenge our wits, Crystal Maze-style, and take our minds off the tragic reality of imminent work after a […]