Street food has been on the scene for a number of years now as well as the ongoing trend for small sharing plates. The latest addition to combine both of these is Indian restaurant and bar, Chai Thali. The restaurant is located in Camden on a road that’s part residential, part offices, away from the hustle and bustle of the main high street. Continue reading
Devilled Quail Eggs
Okay, I’m just gonna put it right out there and say that I might have found my new favourite Indian restaurant, it’s called Talli Joe. I have a Caribbean heritage where Indian spices are frequently used in Caribbean cooking, such as Curry Goat and roti. As a result I’m quite familiar with the spices of India and have developed a real love of Indian food. Talli Joe is located on the Covent Garden end of Shaftesbury Avenue and has a half-plates, full-drinks concept. Continue reading
Bhel Puri and Smoked Aubergine
I’m a little in love with the food offerings from Pop Brixton. I’ve eaten at Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen and Koi Ramen whose broth is lighter and thinner than other ramen joints, but still manage to pack a lot of flavour. I used to visit them a lot when they had a stall further down Station Road. The new location sees a slight increase in prices, but open for more days and longer opening times, which I welcome. Continue reading
Fancy taking your home-cooked meal to work/school/uni in style? Well, how about stacking your snack in a Tiffin. Originating in India, these practical food containers are a great way to do just that. Indian-Tiffin supply a range of good quality, stainless steel and dishwasher safe Tiffins, which are versatile too. Take them on picnics, camp trips, or perhaps you might find a different use? Either way, they look good and show-off whatever you put in them.