Fun, Food and Drink

Things to do this August in London

Welcome to London in August, a vibrant and exciting month filled with a plethora of activities and events for everyone to...

Sanzio Restaurant

Sanzio is a bustling Italian restaurant in the heart of Willesden Green, just around the corner from the Willesden Green Tube...

Comptior V

Four carnivores walk into a vegan restaurant… When I was asked to review Kensal’s latest restaurant opening Comptoir V...

Black History Month at The Lexi Cinema

October is Black History Month. The Lexi Cinema have curated a selection of films that celebrate Black Culture, its history...

The Story Keepers

A story from Alice from The Story Keepers ….a wee story for you. A little while ago, I was just completing the final...

Bonfire Night Recipes

Sticky Ginger Cake with mascarpone and ginger cream Serves 16 25 mins to prepare and 35 mins to cook 342 calories /...

Review of the month – Alice House, Queen’s Park

Longtime fixture on the Queens Park scene, cosy watering hole ‘Alice House’ holds a prime spot on Salusbury Road, just...

Review of the month: Secret Gardens at Wilder Gallery by local artist Jessica Holmes

Secret Gardens at Wilder Gallery brings together the work of seven painters whose style is intriguing and varied, from the...

Annie Mac – Before Midnight. Here at Outernet, 9th September 2022

“For people who need sleep” – I totally relate, but I love to let go and lose myself on a sweaty dance floor. Get...

The William IV

The William IV, one of London’s most historic pubs, is your go-to destination in NW London. From fine dining catering to...

Ham Hampstead

Hām is a casual, friendly, local restaurant offering simple but imaginative modern British food, cooked in a way that allows...

Join the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in London 2023

Join in the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in London 2023.     Patrick’s Day in London is a lively and...

1990 Gluten Free, 109 Chamberlayne Road, NW10 3NS – review

As someone who’s wheat intolerant, I know how hard it can be to find delicious gluten-free food, let alone...

Nonemu – 109 Chamberlayne Rd, London NW10 3NS (CLOSED)

Settled in the bustle of Chamberlayne Road in a prime spot at the heart of Kensal Rise, from the outside Nonemu promised...

Florence De Walden Nutrition

Whether you’re stuck in a lockdown health rut, suffer from digestive issues or your energy levels are not where you want...

10 things to do in May

With the welcome of light nights and warmer weather, here are our top 10  things to do in London this May.   1. Chelsea...

Our top alfresco spots to dine and drink in London

We all love London in the summertime. One of it’s great pleasures is al fresco dining. Being outdoors, soaking up the...

Tis the season for skating: here are our top ice rings in London this winter

Yep, it’s time to bust out your best axels, loops or flips, and glide to where we can all be dancing on ice this...

Showing at The Lexi Cinema: A LITTLE LIFE

Showing time: 10th & 11th October : 19pm     Runtime: 220 minutes Director: Ivo van Hove Cast: James Norton,...

5 things Queen’s Park Folk are loving…

5 things Queen’s Park Folk are loving right now…..     What we are reading …Demon Copperfield by Barbara...

The Island

As parents we (now I’m speaking very generally here) like to work and childcare hard – but after a certain age our...

99Projects presents LIFE STILL Dawn Beckles & Poppy Lennox. Review by local artist Jessica Holmes

  Life Still, at 99 Projects gallery, brings two distinct bodies of work together in an abundance of textures and punchy...

Mr Fish

Perfect Friday night treat for a queen’s Park dad offspring (or for any night for that matter!) Thanks @mrfish.uk –...

Staycation : Walberswick, Suffolk

For our staycation – we took a little trip to visit ex-Kensal Riser @thestyledwritingco in Walberswick...

Meet the owners of local café Bel & Nev

Recently we caught up with Bel and Nev Dartora, the couple behind the eponymous Kensal Rise café.   To me, when I think...

Fun things to do in London this June

In June, London comes alive with a vibrant atmosphere and a diverse range of activities and events to suit various interests....

Live music in London this June!

If you’re looking for a fun music experiences in London this month, June still has so much to offer! From pop to rock,...

An Italian delight: Ciullo’s, Kensal Rise

So we all love our neighbourhood, don’t we? We think it has it all: great parks, vibey high streets, nice pubs, a growing...

The Lexi Cinema

The Lexi Cinema is an independent local cinema, run as a social enterprise. The building used to be a derelict pool hall...

Chingon, 43 Chamberlayne Rd, London NW10 3NB

New Mexican joint Chingon has been on our to-do list for weeks and as hoped, as soon as QPF walked into Chamberlayne Road’s...

Review: Mēs Pies & Wine

Who doesn’t like a delicious pie? Who can resist it being paired with the perfect wine? Not us… So – when we heard...

Morty & Bob’s, 118 College Road, NW10 review

Affectionately named after owner Charlie Phillips’ grandads, Morty & Bob’s started as a grilled cheese...

Review: De Nadas, a new gem on Goldborne Road W10

Launched in July, De Nadas is just the addition to Goldborne Road that we’ve been craving. Borough Market was the location...

Review: The Wealthy Beggar, Chamberlayne Road

Locals know that 109 Chamberlayne Road has had a few incarnations in recent years. QPF have enjoyed much of what has come...

5 thing we are loving this February

Where are we going….. Battersea Power Station Light Festival Location: Footpath beneath Grosvenor Bridge SW8 4NN Dates: 19...

Planet Organic

We’ve been talking about Planet Organic over on our social media feeds for some time now and the response has been...
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