London is increasingly home to exotic animals, including snakes, parakeets and... a deadly panther?
I take on the biggest cheeseburger I've ever seen, in the form of the gigantic Monster burger from African Volcano, Maltby St Marker, Bermondsey.
The end is extremely fucking nigh kids, Secret Cinema is bringing 28 Days Later to London from April 14th to May 29th and the only thing you have to decide is whether to pray or run. I'd go with the former.
Like any good night out, I ended my Antico experience feeling full of saturated fat and shame, with the sense that I could probably do it all again tomorrow.
You could not have escaped the bubbling excitement surrounding the opening of a little Taiwanese restaurant in Peckham Rye, serving up delicious steamed bao buns. But if you have so far missed out on the hype... Enter: Mr Bao.
We take a look at the Asia House London Film Festival and the sharp shooting thriller Khenzhe (Little Brother).
Sitting in the rarefied confines of London’s Cadogan Hall, David Sedaris’ soft, lilting tones and reserved manner make it easy to forget what he really is: a proper fucking weirdo.
Much like everyone else in the country we woke up this morning, looked at the calendar and shouted “HOLY SHIT IT’S PANCAKE DAY”, as if it’s an entirely unexpected occurrence that doesn’t happen this time every year (wait, does it happen at the same time every year? Ah who cares).
Hammersmith's Meat Yard is a new addition to London's growing smokehouse scene, can it cut the mustard?
Celebrated critic Roger Ebert gave An American Werewolf in London a two star review upon its release, writing "Landis never seems very sure whether he’s making a comedy or a horror film", which seems a strange observation to me considering it’s surely perfectly possible that he intended to make both?