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TUPI serves top quality fusion dishes

TUPI is a restaurant that brings together South American and European cuisine. They are based at two locations, one in Peckham Rye and the other at Elephant and Castle.

I was invited on a complimentary basis along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to enjoy their culinary delights within their restaurant based at Elephant and Castle.

TUPI

Located at the heart of Peckham Rye & Elephant and Castle, TUPI restaurant brings together Europe and South America with a menu that’s healthy and indulgent, regardless if it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, gluten or dairy free, bringing enough choice and diversity to satisfy any craving. ​

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Ball time fun at TwoRuba in Tower Bridge

Have you ever been to a high end hotel which has a ball pit for adults to play in? No, then you’ll love Hilton’s TwoRuba at Tower Bridge which adults and children alike can have a ball of a good time within their ball pit.

I was invited down on a complimentary basis along with nineteen other community members from Love Pop Ups London to have some fun within their summer themed ball pit as well as enjoy culinary canapes and sharing platters.

Hilton London Tower Bridge – TwoRuba

TwoRuba is a place where you can lounge, enjoy a drink or nibble on some food within Hilton’s Hotel in Tower Bridge.

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Caribbean vibes within Turtle Bay UK in Brixton

Do you sometimes sit back and think I wish I was not in London but in the Caribbean instead? Well within Turtle Bay UK in Brixton you will feel as though you have been transported to the Caribbean as Turtle Bay UK brings you that bit of sunshine with it’s rum based cocktails, Caribbean jerk food and reggae sounds from the resident DJ. Turtle Bay UK is a bit of sunshine within Brixton.

I was invited down to sample their new bottomless brunch menu which I was highly surprised by as was flavoursome and filling.

Turtle Bay UK

Turtle Bay UK consists of 43 restaurants across the UK giving those that wants to escape the hustle and bustle of life a Caribbean style escape.

Caribbean cooking is known as a patchwork quilt of colours, textures, and flavours as they are a multi-ethnic tapestry woven from the cuisines of Africa, Europe and Asia.

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Let’s scream BINGO! – Players Bingo

Players Bingo is the future for a fun night out with friends.  At Players you’ll be able to sip on cocktails, eat street food and listen to a live band, all whilst wishing and hoping to be able to scream BINGO to win either money or a fun prize.

I was invited down along with some other members from the Love Pop Ups London community to enjoy the launch of Players where we got to sample food, sip cocktails, enjoy a live band and have fun playing games of Bingo.

Players

Bingo has always been a big part of British culture and has been recently reignited for the younger generation as bingo is no longer a pensioner’s game! 

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Asian burger – Yen Burger

Grabbing a burger within London or anywhere over the world in fact is not difficult with there being so many fast-food restaurants, cafes, and speciality and high-end restaurants which sell burgers.  There are a number of different cultured types of burgers which are sold all over the world so when I was invited down by Yen of Yen Burger to taste what an Asian inspired burger is like I could not resist, as I love burgers.

Yen Burger

Yen Burger is founded by Yen Nguyen, in which she has bought burgers to London with her distinctively eastern twist on them.

With her success at some of the UK and Germany’s leading restaurants she wanted to give diners a whole different take on burgers.

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A 1940s Squiffy Picnic – Cahoots

Travelling into London via train today I was on a journey to venture back to the 1940s to dine on a hamper of classic British picnic delights along with some classic war time entertainment courtesy of Cahoots.

Cahoots

Inspired by true events that occurred in post-war Britain, The Captain of Cahoots has brought Soho’s illicit and nocturnal escapades from the era back to life.

Cahoots is a themed style old tube station with a cocktail bar which is set under the streets of Soho.

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Hen Party and Weekend Ideas UK in 2019*

Seriously, there is no need for every hen party to be involved in tacky polyester sashes. Or perhaps make it look like it is a stale, cheesy nightclub, which does not really make the entire concept unique or interesting. After all, who wants to settle in the old-fashioned hen do? It is time you start thinking outside the box and introduce a party that everyone would want to be part of.

Take for example London, which is considered home to a slew of hen party ideas be it new or old. It is almost expected from every person there to go for chic bars, silent disco, or boozy brunches, not to mention the titular fitness challenges that everyone is celebrating.

But hey, the one above are just some of the many favourite hen do ideas out there. And yes, you have come to the right place. Here they are!

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Pizza to die for – Lost Boys Pizza

Get your fangs into a delicious dark pizza at Lost Boys Pizza as they are to die for. 

Why are they black you might ask? well that is because their pizzas are made via infusing charcoal into the dough giving it a signature black colour.

I had the pleasure of attending Lost Boys Pizza launch party in Camden where I was lucky enough to bite into them, suck on signature cocktails and absinthe served from by Croque Monsieur which is located within their crypt.

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Yo Ho! Drink up me ‘earties – Pirates of Hidden Spirit

Yo Ho! and a bottle of rum. Me and some others of Love Pop Ups London community set sail and boarded Pirates of Hidden Spirit an immersive pirate cocktail bar on a complimentary basis in return for a Pirates log.

Pirates of Hidden Spirit by Inventive Productions

Before I give you the low down of our captains log here is the undercover story of what Pirates of Hidden Spirit is about.

The Pirates of Hidden Spirit is a new immersive cocktail experience which will transport guests, or should I say pirates, into an exciting world of mischief and theft as they steal the hidden treasure from the grasps of the U.S Government all whilst enjoying delicious cocktails on board.

For three days each week, Sir Francis Drake’s The Golden Hinde will transform into The Hidden Spirit.

“Legend has it, decades ago, over $2 million in riches were dumped in an unknown location and hidden at sea!

Following the discovery of a cipher stating “The Secret Lies With Elizabeth”, the U.S Government commissioned The Hidden Spirit, which has undergone an epic journey to London to recover the hidden treasure.

The commanding Governor has hired Captain Jack Cassidy to find a new crew to safely bring home the riches, but with over $2million on board, Cassidy has his own ideas and needs recruits prepared to break the law and turn to a life of piracy!

Step aboard The Hidden Spirit this winter and join the undercover crew!

Take your share of the world’s finest collection of precious metals & jewels, liquors & liqueurs and enjoy some delicious cocktails on board to make the journey and time at sea all that bit richer.

Set on board a real ship docked in London, those willing to join Captain Jack Cassidy’s undercover crew will be taken on an epic journey of mischief as they steal the hidden treasure in this unique immersive cocktail experience.”

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Jamaica here I come – Three Little Birds

Once you step inside a Three Little Birds restaurant you will feel like that you have been transported to Jamaica with the vibe of the place, music, smell of rum and Jamaican food.

Three Little Birds

Firstly let me tell you more about Three Little Birds.

April Jackson (former Miss Jamaica Universe, food blogger & The Apprentice 2015 candidate) decided to open up her own Jamaican inspired restaurants.

Three Little Birds was initially a project to celebrate Jamaica’s cuisine, music and talent whilst giving guests the opportunity to escape the concrete jungle and instead journey to the Caribbean.

She opened up her first restaurant and rum bar in Brixton to celebrate her island’s cuisine, music and talent.

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