Quaglino’s Restaurant St James

I really do love living in London.  It’s a foodies paradise that’s for sure with the large range of cuisines available and some hidden gems that you wish you had discovered sooner.  I discovered one such gem recently when my friend and I stopped off for lunch during a shopping trip. Quaglino’s is located in…

Cafe Rouge Autumn 2017 Menu

If you said maybe 3-4 years ago “let’s go have dinner at Cafe Rouge” to be quite honest I’d have passed on the offer or insisted on an alternative.  The food at Cafe Rouge always used to be merely mediocre and not particularly tempting in my opinion and my husband would fully support this statement.…

Hankies Restaurant

I have always loved Indian food and throughout my life eaten a range of different types at restaurants and at peoples homes.  I am always keen to trying new dishes and was extremely excited about a recent visit to a restaurant called Hankies on Shaftsbury Avenue in London.  Hankies is an Indian street food restaurant.…

Brooksby’s Walk 7 Course Bespoke Menu Featuring Parmigianno Reggiano

As a foodie I love to try new flavours.  Of course not everything will work but then if you don’t experiment you will never know.  Now one of my food loves is cheese.  I love a range of cheeses and one that I use most often at home is Parmesan.  Parmesan is an extremely versatile…

The New Summertime Supper Club at Royal Festival Hall (London)

For those that love Master Chef and I know there are many of you out there, the news that TV chefs Billy and Jack (duo finalists in 2016) will be opening a pop up for Summer on the top floor of Southbank’s Royal Festival Hall will be rather exciting.  They will be serving a lovely…

Banana Tree – Soho

Food! It’s the topic that I love to talk about.  Wherever I am, you are generally guaranteed that whatever topic I start with it will eventually gravitate towards a discussion about food.  I will talk about it before I eat, during eating and even once my tummy is full much to the amusement of my…

Monmouth Kitchen

Along a cobbled road in the heart of Covent Garden (Seven Dials) we hurriedly walked.  The rains pathetic attempts to dampen our spirits failing, the wind lashing feebly, trying to blow us off course.  Our minds determined, our stomachs rumbling we walked up the road with the namesake of the restaurant we were slowly edging…

Sutton and Sons Islington

Fish and Chips is one of those British dishes that we all enjoy but I have to say I have visited quite a few different restaurants and was shocked at the poor quality of some. Thankfully when I went to review Sutton and Sons in Islington (they also have restaurants in Stoke Newington and Hackney…

The Stable Whitehapel (Restaurant Review)

Pizza is one of the Nations favourite dishes.  There are so many variations we are spoilt for choice which makes it all that more exciting.  The only draw back is that some restaurants don’t offer a large variety and instead just stick to the well known options.  I was fortunate enough to visit a fabulous…

Kimchee Restaurant Kings Cross (London)

Kimchee have recently opened a branch literally a stone’s throw from King’s Cross and St. Pancras Stations, in Pancras Square, one of the city’s most exciting areas of urban re-development.  I’ve not been to King’s Cross often over the years but now I really do have reason to.  The area now looks great and there are some lovely…