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 […]
As spring leaps into summer, I’m on the hunt for restaurants that give the option to dine al fresco. One such restaurant is The Brasserie at The Tower Hotel. Unfortunately showery weather denied my chance to eat on their outside terrace on the afternoon that I went, but […]
Shoryu recently opened its fourth branch, just off Carnaby Street, within the food and retail complex of Kingly Court. If you don’t mind queuing, then what’s inside might just be worth the wait.
Slobbing on the sofa with TV remote in hand, is how like to roll when it comes to eating pizza. I hardly ever eat it out and to be honest, I very rarely order it in. I tend to buy it from the supermarket when needs […]
Dining at Lebanese restaurant, Layla is a fanciful affair. The restaurant has two distinctive areas – the blinging, posing, lounge for those who want-to-be-seen, at the front, leading into the more sophisticated eating area at the back with the most gloriously magnificent chandeliers.
Sometimes a restaurant reads well on paper/press release, but just doesn’t cut the mustard in reality. Such was the case on a visit to Shoreditch’s newest restaurant and bar opening, Far Rockaway. Named after a neighbourhood in Queens, New York, Far Rockaway promised urban décor […]
I seem to be doing the refurbished restaurant rounds at the moment, this time it’s Tuttons in Covent Garden. Tuttons, which sits on the east side of Covent Garden, has been there for 30 odd years. I remember it back in the day (mainly because of […]
Bang in the heart of Greenwich is the very charming Spread Eagle restaurant. It was once a 17th century tavern and coaching inn, and recently had a new makeover. I, along with a friend, went to check it out on its re-opening night. I’d not […]