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Itโ€™s that time of the year again when everybody is struggling to think about what they want to get for their loved ones. This year I stumbled upon one of those ever growing pop up shops in Old Street Train Station called Kup Kase.

What originally caught my eye was the array of plants and colourful items on display. As I got closer I noticed there were lots of boxes of freshly made cupcakes for sale. I was greeted by the owner, a lovely lady named Kasey Clarke who patiently walked me through all of the merchandise on offer.

Here is a short video of Kasey showing off another one of her treats, the Kake Pot. This is a must see for anybody with a sweet tooth.

For my special someone, I purchased a little plant encased in a glass sphere and a box of 10 cupcakes. The cupcakes were so delicious they will make you cry tears of joy that taste of sugar. Everything for sale was reasonably priced and every product I saw was good value for money.


I like to help smaller businesses that are striving to carve out a name for themselves in a world dominated by big brands names. The service and products were so good that I just had to share my experience with the rest of the world. So the next time you are on the lookout for some tasty treats, do not hesitate to get in touch with Kasey at , you will not be disappointed.

Sebastian Bowen.

The Fishtank Podcast




Around Christmas time last year I booked a game of bowling for myself and a few family members. The booking was quick and easy no trouble at all. Unfortunately on the day that we were due to bowl there was a power shortage at the O2. The staff at Brooklyn Bowl explained to us that it was not their fault because the power shortage affected the whole of the O2 and not just the Brooklyn Bowl.

The excited childrenโ€™s faces quickly turned to one of dismay once they heard the news. Some of the parents had to travel quite a distance in order to attend the O2 not to mention the extortionate parking fees they had to pay on arrival.


The staff at Brooklyn Bowl obviously have hearts because despite the fact that this was not their fault, they offered to compensate us for the day. They were quick to get in touch with me and they offered us a free game of bowling for up to eight people including the rental of the shoes at any other convenient time. I was surprised and impressed by this gesture so informed the gang and I reorganised the event for three weeks later.

On arrival at Brooklyn Bowl we were made to feel welcome and treated like guests. Our personal waitress who looked after our ally was able to assist us with setting up the games and helped us with any queries that we had the whole time we were there. Although the food was a little pricey the portions are generous and everything was tasty. It was a fun packed day and everybody had a great time and agreed they would be happy to return for another couple of games in the near future.

Itโ€™s not often that you find a company that goes out of their way to make their customers happy. I give credit where credit is due.

Thank you Brooklyn Bowl.

Sebastian Bowen.

The Fishtank Podcast.