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Bubba Gump Shrimp Makes Long Awaited London Debut!

The much-anticipated UK launch of the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company Restaurant in London has arrived and the USA’s favourite seafood restaurant group has opened...

Restaurant Review – Dirty Bones

Quirky, loud and un-apologetically brash food spots are very popular in London right now; MeatLiquor, Bone Daddies et al pride themselves on serving London's...

REVIEW: HUNter 486 at The Arch hotel

The problem with London is that you often end up paying a small fortune for a nice setting in a posh location and feeling...

Review: Sleeperz the perfect place for a city break

Whether you're visiting Cardiff for business or pleasure Sleeperz hotel is the perfect choice if you're looking for somewhere to stay. Having ventured to Wales...

REVIEW: Foxcroft and Ginger, Whitechapel

London is known for taking places known as 'cheap and cheerful' and turning them 'expensive and elitist' but the Whitechapel area on the edge...

Macdonald Berystede: The place to relax and rejuvenate

Whether you're at work or studying as well as trying to make time to see friends and family the toils of life have a...

Review – The Hackney Pearl

Located conveniently 2 minutes from Hackney Wick Station lies The Hackney Pearl - an unassuming local eatery in the heart of trendy Hackney. From...

H&M Nail Varnish and Lip Pencil Review

I am an H&M type of girl, but I have never tried any of their cosmetics. I always veer away from make-up and nail...

Review: Manhattan Grill

I spent many years refusing to eat steak, because it was just too chewy. So I played it safe with chicken, and lamb, until...

App Review- Exposed

App created by - Andrew ScrymgeourBiography - "I've always felt that it's not important where you're from, it's where you're headed, but it would...

REVIEW- Gem Bar, Soho

Gem Bar is one of those bars that cater to every need. Located in the heart of Soho you can enjoy a nice bit...

Get the Made in Chelsea look with the Mobile Makeover App

When shooting Made in Chelsea’s gorgeous Gabriella Ellis, we at the Flavourmag HQ decided to test out a new app called Mobile Makeover. Available...

Outlook Festival 2012

Festival Fashion 2013JuJu Jellie Wellies £25.99                                    ...

Review: Joss Stone at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

With bare feet, her golden tresses flowing freely down her back and sporting a black and white figure hugging dress, Joss stepped on to...

Review: St Kitts Music Festival

The Caribbean island of St Kitts came alive to the sounds of Soca, Reggae and R&B at their annual Musical Festival last week.People travelled...

HTC & Rudimental Join For The Intimate Launch Of The New...

On Monday 25th June 2012, HTC joined with Rudimental the chart topping electro band to host an exclusive gig inspired by the authentic sound...

Camden Crawl Saturday Review

This was the first Camden Crawl I had been to and as I headed straight to get my wristband I wondered what would be in...

Review: iLL MANORS

ill Manors, is the highly anticipated film debut from award winning rapper and singer, Plan B (Ben Drew). Watch as Drew steps behind the...

Review: Monica – New Life

New Life is the highly anticipated new album from the multi platinum, Grammy award winning artist, Monica. Defining cool R’n’B, the record is a...

Review: Labrinth – Electronic Earth

Electronic Earth is the long awaited and highly anticipated album from the man everyone is talking about... Labrinth.The buzz and hype around this guy...

Review: Talib Kweli at HMV Forum

Talib Kweli came to London on Tuesday 20th March 2012 to HMV Forum for his first gig of his UK tour. With some new...

Review: Streetdance 3D 2

OK, so admittedly I cheated and didn't actually get round to seeing the first Streetdance film, so going to see the preview screening of...

Review: Lowkey ‘Soundtrack To The Struggle’ album launch

As I approached The Garage in Highbury & Islington for Lowkey’s album launch, ‘Soundtrack To The Struggle,’ at 7pm, there was already a massive...

J Cole Album Review – Cole World: The Sideline Story

The highly anticipated J Cole album was played to a room full of London critics including DJ’s and journalists. The walls were decorated with...

Bookworm: Change your life with The Power by Rhonda Byrne

When it comes to self-help books I have read them all. Call me the self-help book guru if you like! One of the books...

Analyser by Aluna George review

The song Analyser by the hot new duo Aluna George banged through my laptop speakers as I sat down and gave them a taste...

Dirty Danger-‘ I aint rich yet’ review

As an old- school follower of the team that Dirty danger emerged from entitled ‘Ruff Squad’ I was more than excited to hear his...

Review: Fela

A vivid scene of wooden sculptures, political slogans and Yoruba words all vibrating to the sound of a hypnotic jazz band is the greeting...

2010 Soul Train Awards

It's interesting as I begin writing this recap of this year's Soul Train Awards, because prior to the actual performances of the...

Dru Hill as good as ever

Last weekend, the O2 Indigo played host to the much awaited Dru Hill. A group, who adorned the walls of many young women in...