Spice Market London - which is adjoined to the neon-glowing W Hotel just off Leicester Square - is strictly an Asian fusion place. Elements of Malaysian, Chinese, Thai and Japanese cuisine are weaved into the menu.
Many revelers, including the DXPE CHEF squad, were partying while decked out in the labels new Black and White colour ways including long sleeve Baseball jerseys, Blazers, Snapbacks and tees. The normally strict W lounge was invaded by young fresh and trendy attendees while Trap music supplied by DJ Yasmin, ACYDE and New Money was the sound of the night.
I've been looking forward to attending the Taste of London Food Festival for a few years now but unfortunately I've always been out of the country due to work and had to miss it. This year I've made it my mission to attend and I've even been lucky enough to endure a tasting of what's to come for 2012.
After months of refurbishment work, Leicester Square, renowned for hosting world-class film festivals and premieres in the heart of London, unveiled a new look at a glitzy red-carpet event on 23 May attended by a bevy of local government politicos, including the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.