Ziani’s, Chelsea

Ziani's Chelsea
I am going to let you in on a secret today. One of London’s best kept secrets actually and it involves some very special Italian food and a bit of celebrity spotting. Tucked away on a quiet residential street just off the bustling Kings Road in the heart of Chelsea is…
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Kettner’s

Reviewing Kettner’s is always going to be hard for me. I have some really fond memories of this Soho institution. Right from lazy Sunday brunches at the Brasserie to Laurent-Perrier filled boozey evenings in the Champagne Bar next door, I love everything this versatile space has to offer. I am pretty…
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Lantana Cafe

The problem with being a blogger is that you end up with a lot of blogger friends. Although I really like having friends who are a bloggers, I feel really bad for my non-blogging friends who end up going out with me for a meal. Why you ask? It’s not…
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Berners Tavern

There are restaurants and then there are restaurants. Berners Tavern definitely falls into the latter category. Few restaurants epitomise the London dining scene like Berners Tavern. Housed in the London Edition in Fitzrovia, this grand Edwardian dining room with its opulent chandeliers, framed artwork covering the entirety of every wall and…
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The Kitchin

Edinburgh’s own Michelin starred fine dining destination, The Kitchin has been on my list of restaurants to dine in for a very long. I am a big fan of Chef Tom Kitchin’s ‘Nature to Plate’ philosophy and his passion for the finest, freshest Scottish seasonal produce. Seb and I were…
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Harajuku Kitchen

A lot of people don’t know this but there was a time I used to be obsessed with everything Japan. I even spent two years at university learning Japanese, which by the way is a very very difficult language to master. What really introduced me to Japan and its wonderful…
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St. Moritz, Soho

Everybody loves a good fondue. It’s not the most refined or complicated food out there but we all know there is something really satisfying about hot bubbling cheese in a pot. Since visiting Androuet in Spitalfields market back in March (full review here), I haven’t really had a chance to…
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Thames Foyer, The Savoy

After my recent visit to the Gerogian at Harrods for a spot of afternoon tea (blogpost here), I have slowly become obsessed with the notion of afternoon tea. So when Aanchal told me she was visiting London, the first thing I did was ring up the Savoy and book us…
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The House of Ho

I have always been a foodie. I have learnt to appreciate great food a lot more in the last few years than I did when I was younger but it’s always played a really important part in my life. I grew up watching food shows on TLC and the Discovery…
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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Dinner By Heston Blumenthal has gone from strength to strength since opening its doors in 2011. This 2 Michelin star award winning restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Knightsbridge lands at #5 on the The World’s 50 Best Restaurant List this year. That is two spots higher than last year…
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