Who doesn’t love a restaurant with a view? For those who love the high life (i.e. everyone) Bokan is swanky sky bar & restaurant with an outside rooftop terrace in Canary Wharf.Continue reading “Bokan Review: A Swanky London Sky Bar and Restaurant in Canary Wharf”
On my next stop in my culinary quest to find my favourite ramen bar in London, I visited Bone Daddies in well-heeled Kensington.Continue reading “Bones Daddies, Kensignton Review: Slurp To Your Hearts Content”
Unlike my new years’ resolution to get fit, which has predictably paled away into non-existence (it’s not even the end of January!), my cravings for the steaming bowl of Japanese goodness has yet to be satiated and following on from my recent trip to Ippudo, I’m continuing on in my quest to find my favourite ramen bar in London.Continue reading “Tonkotsu Soho Review: My Favourite Ramen Bar?”
Ramen bars isn’t exactly on trend right now but for some reason, I’ve developed a bit of a craving for ramen of late. Such is the rich bowl of deliciousness that has come to dominate my thoughts that I’ve inadvertently found myself on a quest to find my favourite ramen bar in London. So first stop: Ippudo in central St Giles.Continue reading “Ippudo Ramen Bar Review: The Fanciest of the Lot?”
I love meat. I love BBQ, and I’m big fan of all things smokey. So naturally it didn’t take much convincing for me to visit Hotbox in Spitalfield.Continue reading “HotBox Review: Burgers to Die For”
Images from my experience living the high life at Aqua Shard. Continue reading In Photos: The High Life at Aqua Shard
Aqua Shard ranks in my mind as one of the best restaurants in London.
Firstly, it’s up here on the 31st floor. It’s called The Shard, you might have heard of it:
Which means you know it’s going to be pretty stylish inside.Continue reading “Aqua Shard Review: Worth the Hype?”
Forget takeaway pizzas, The Stable in Whitechapel is the place to be if you want quality artisan sourdough pizzas with an incredible range of cider. More on that later.Continue reading “The Stables, Whitechapel Review: Cracking Pizzas in Hip Interiors”
Another restaurant in London?Continue reading “Shuang Shuang Review: Conveyor Belt Style Service in Chinatown!”
Afternoon Tea at The Egerton Hotel? Why go here when I can go to, say, Fortnum & Masons?
The Egerton House Hotel is traditional British 19th century townhouse turned five-star boutique hotel secreted away in a residential street in Knightsbridge. It’s so peaceful and tranquil away from the crowd that you find everywhere else in London. You’ll hardly believe you’re in Knightsbridge, one of London’s busiest touristy hotspot.Continue reading “Afternoon tea at The Egerton House Hotel Review: A Stunning Gem in Knightsbridge”