Creative Chocolate Dessert Ideas for Corporate Parties

Nobody could deny the fact that the catering options you choose have the potential to make or break your event. While there is plenty of opportunity to wow your guests and attendees with your starters, finger foods, sumptuous main courses and drinks menus, nothing elicits gasps of wonder and excitement quite like a range of … Continued

Mask Loves

This week in Mask Loves new openings in Battersea, new rooftop bars in Embankment, photography, cut outs and circus fun.   No. 29 Power Station West Newly opened, No. 29 Power Station West is an independent restaurant and bar in Battersea. The relaxed atmosphere makes for a fantastic pit stop, however long or short that … Continued

9 Mess Free Serving Ideas for Big Parties

When it comes to catering for large scale events, events organisers are often left with something of a conundrum: how can you keep your crowd happy and their taste buds satisfied, without serving food which leads to sticky fingers, splattered shirt fronts, or the need for mountains of tissues? Nobody wants to wander around an … Continued

Summer cocktails to enjoy this Bank Holiday Weekend

  Whether it’s “sun’s out, guns out” or we’re just wishing it will be – make the most of the bank holiday weekend (we haven’t got another until August) with these delicious summer cocktails by Create.   Mojito Sometimes you can’t beat a classic juice of 1 lime 1 tsp granulated sugar small handful mint … Continued

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Mask Loves

This week in Mask Loves Clerkenwell Design Week, Chelsea Flower Show, Dirty Lobster, Peckham Springs and Laurent Perrier pop ups.   Clerkenwell Design Week May means two things to Mask – Clerkenwell Design Week and Chelsea Flower Show. We’re talking about flowers next, so let’s talk about design now. The three-day festival is made up … Continued

When life gives you lemons… make cocktails!

The Bramble was first created in London the 1980s by a revolutionary bartender, Dick Bradsell, in a downtown Soho bar.   We’ve taken inspiration from this to twist this classic. Beefeater 24, distilled in Oval with the botanicals left to infuse for 24 hours – including Japanese and Chinese green teas – has then been … Continued

Mask Loves

This week in Mask Loves: the royal wedding, Trainspotting Live, Burmese food, moonshine and artist Red Hong Yi.     A Royal Occasion Unless you’ve been hiding out in another country for the last 12 months, you should know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are tying the knot this weekend. We didn’t get the … Continued

Londrino

It’s been a long time coming, but last week we finally visited Londrino. It opened late last year and has had quite the reputation, so we’ve been very eager to go. The reputation we mention, is nothing but excellent. Portuguese chef, Leandro Carreira, heads it all up, and you may not know him by name … Continued

Mask Loves

After an absolute stunner of a bank holiday weekend, London is feeling a little livelier. Everyone is desperate to get off the sofa and out of the house and make the most of what’s on in London. This is where we’ll be heading this week.   All You Can Pug This sounds pugging brilliant. The … Continued

Summer pop ups

It’s almost that time of year again when everyone goes mad for summer pop ups. It’s early days yet, but we’ve found a few pop ups in London standing out from the crowd – we’re sure there’ll be hundreds more by mid-May!     Alto A beautiful Italian-style restaurant will be occupying Selfridges’ rooftop. In … Continued