Jackson+Rye, Soho

Jackson+Rye Soho
It’s really hard for a restaurant to stand out in the crowded neighbourhood of Soho. Every other shop front in Soho is now a new trendy resturant introducing London to the the latest cuisine from the other side of the world or a chic bar serving up their signature cocktails…
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Canteen, Waterloo

London is a massive city with a very diverse dining scene. There is always something new to try out and I absolutely love that about this city I call home. That being said, I have no qualms in admitting that I don’t know a lot of it and I am…
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Holborn Dining Room

I love a good old brasserie. There is something really comforting about going to a grand French style brasserie to catch up with old friends and enjoy some food (and wine) in a relaxed setting. Considering I hadn’t been to one in a very long time, I dragged Seb, Imi…
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Ceviche

Peruvian food has gone from being virtually unheard of in London to being one of the most talked about cuisines in the city. Peruvian chef Martin Morales has been instrumental in making London fall in love with this South American cuisine when he opened Ceviche. Frustrated with the absence of…
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Penkul and Banks

As you already know, I love a good brunch! I love scouting for new brunch locations and when I find a good one, it genuinely makes my day. Last Sunday, was one of these days. What if I told you, I know of a place that serves up two small…
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Maze By Gordan Ramsay

Louisa (Seb’s sister) celebrated her 21st birthday last week. A 21st birthday is quite a special one and Seb and I wanted to make sure she had a great day. So we booked ourselves a table at Maze by Gordan Ramsay in Mayfair to celebrate the occasion. After all, you…
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Rabot 1745

I am a big fan of Hotel Chocolat! It’s one of my favourite chocolate brands in the UK and I absolutely adore their collection of unique chocolate delights. I have always wanted to try out one of their restaurants but now that I live in London Bridge, I just couldn’t…
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Searcys At The Gherkin

A lot has happened since I last blogged. I have a new job, a new home and a new city to call home – London. After resisting the move for almost four (amazing) years, it’s finally happened and I couldn’t be happier. That being said, the last four weeks has…
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Cane and Grain

Seb and I were down in the Northern Quarter going through the numerous galleries in the area (as you do) when we walked past Cane and Grain. With a name like Cane and Grain, we couldn’t resist popping in for a bite. Rum, Ribs, Bourbon and Beer? Yes please! The…
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Pie & Ale

The Northern Quarter is full of hidden gems. Amazing restaurants and bars hidden in tiny alleyways or behind unmarked doors that just shock you with food so good you can’t wait to come back. Pie and Ale on Lever Street is definitely one of those places. Found behind the Hive in…
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