Who loves cheese? I do. I can't help reminiscing about my camembert and quince cheese board experience from Melbourne.
Head to the West End for a modern Thai dining experience in the stylish Busaba Eathai.
It was a blissfully warm and sunny Friday afternoon (which is surprising for London) when my colleagues and I went to the Brunswick Centre for lunch. There are quite a few establishments to choose from such as Carluccio's, Leon, Hare and Tortoise and new additions like Tossed! If you have diverse food preferences, Giraffe is … Continue reading Giraffe for lunch?
I have eaten at many Japanese restaurants in London but my favourite is still Taro. I dine there so often that quite embarrassingly some of the waiters remember my order of Cha shu Ramen with Gyoza. Every season, Taro has few changes to their menu and this summer it is all about their cocktails made with sake and shōchū . For … Continue reading Cocktails & titbits
A reunion dinner for the memory archive. Back again at Sticks'n'sushi for some meat skewers and icecream
In need of a restaurant for a special occasion? Why not try Sticks and Sushi?
The hit and miss of typical English pub lunch at Wetherspoon
On this humid summer's day, I went to hang out with a good friend of mine, Eddie Ngugi. Before meeting up at North Greenwich station, I completely devoured a Bakewell tart from Costa. It was very sweet and delicious treat to enjoy while sitting in the sun and watching others play in the water foundations. … Continue reading A Sunday well spent
Waffles and ice cream are such a guilty pleasure food. Are you in the mood for any?
It is definitely not an everyday experience to dine in Mayfair. I recently went to a birthday dinner at 8 Mount Street and it was a fairly good experience. I would definitely not recommend wearing open toes high highs to this restaurant. It is about 10-15 minutes away from Bond Street Station and Green Park … Continue reading Fine dining at 8 Mount Street