April 2017. Whenever I return to London from my foreign adventures I find myself gorging on all those amazing English dishes I’ve so badly missed during my time away. English breakfast, fish & chips, pork pies, Double Deckers, flapjacks, Branston pickle, the list could go on and on. Luckily Tooting Bec has got me covered […]Read More
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May 2019. It was a sleepy afternoon in Tooting Bec and Henry and I were in the mood for a Sunday Roast. I hadn’t had a proper English roast in over two years, so we’d been half thinking about going all out for a fancy (and pricy) visit to The Wheatsheaf pub just across the […]Read More
May 2019. It was another sunny morning in Tooting Bec and Henry, The Fairy and I were sniffing out breakfast options. Breaking tradition, I decided to give Walker Wyatt Coffee a rest and try a new local café. A big decision, and one that made me feel just a little bit dirty for turning my […]Read More
May 2019. Whenever I set off on my days of London exploring the journey invariably starts here at Tooting Bec Station, my local underground stop. Situated on the northern line between Balham and Tooting Broadway, the station was designed by legendary London Underground architect Charles Holden and opened its doors in 1926. The station’s location […]Read More
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