Healthy Eats London: Kalifornia Kitchen

One big advantage of living in a world city is that everything happens fast and quick. New ideas constantly. It is impossible to get bored! As a freelancer I’m always dashing around from job to job and I’m always on the lookout for cool new healthy eating establishments. They are popping up like mushrooms! This little sun-ray on Percy Street in W1is perfect for banishing the winter blues. Kalifornia Kitchen serves the most wonderful braised cabbage. You have to try it!

Philip Colbert at Saatchi

Good morning! Quick shout out about an exhibition at The Saatchi Gallery in London you don’t want to miss. Especially if you got kids and are keen to get them enthusiastic about art. Philip Colbert is a “Neo Pop Surrealist” 🙂 and have been described as “The Godson of Andy Warhol”. My 11 year old was memorised. The paintings and sculptures are large and colourful. Loads to explore! He wants to go again!!
The exhibition is on until the 14th January.

Check out his website here.

New Week New Start!

New week new start!
Today 1st October,  I’m also starting something completely new that has been on my mind for a long time. I’m very excited and will tell you more in the coming months.
Yesterday I went the to screening of my friend’s stunning short film Beautiful Dead Things at the Raindance Film Festival.  Then we were off to swedish restaurant Aquavit. Fantastic Nordic food but not really geared towards veganism.. so I had fish. The most wonderful cod with pickled cucumber. A perfect end to an eventful week.


Tying a new Clean & Green shampoo from Insight.


It’s getting colder! I’m totally tea-obsessed and right now I’m drinking gallons of Geinmatcha with a drop of stevia for sweetness.

XX Lisa

Bang Bang Orienltal London


My 11-year-old is obsessed with Japan, Dim-sum, Bubble tea, Manga and Pokemon. He is also a complete foodie, so when I told him about Bang Bang Oriental Foodhall he was desperate to go.
27 different Asian restaurants under one roof including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian and Vietnamese and a ginormous Asian super market next door. It was completely worth the long trek from West London to Collindale NW9. We left completely stuffed, armed with lots of interesting Asian gadgets and food items.




XX Lisa