Chamomile

Chamomile Café is located just a ten minute walk from Chalk Farm, Swiss Cottage and Belsize Park Stations and oozes comfort and charm. The cafe seats a fair few people – although these seats get quickly snapped up so be prepared to wait at weekends but it is worth it. Serving up freshly prepared food…

Brgr & Co Soho

If you’re looking for a restaurant in Soho then you should give Brgr Co a visit. We loved the soft pink lighting, the neon signage, the funky toilets, and the seriously cute Date Bar. All of these extra little touches really make Brgr Co stand out from other high street burger bars, and I haven’t…

Long Arm Worship Street

I visited Long Arm Worship Street recently to sample their craft beers and check out the in-house brewing experience – Long Arm Worship Street  my favourite offering being the six different 1/3 pints which reminded me of being in Belgium! I returned recently to try out the accompanying food and I was not disappointed! Keeping the menu…

Mildreds Kings Cross

This week we had a veggie experience – we visited Mildreds which is located just under a ten minute walk from Kings Cross Station. There are also branches in Camden, Soho and Dalston given how popular it is! Mildreds serves up very tasty vegetarian and vegan food and you really don’t feel like you’re missing out on anything…

Queen’s Head in Angel

The Old Queens Head is located just under a ten minute walk from Angel Station and offers club nights and pub quizzes on a regular basis as well as some very tasty food. The décor is country pub meets cool club with neon signs and animal heads mounted on the walls – it’s a very…

Crystal Palace Market

One of the first things you notice when you arrive here, along with the friendly welcome, and laid back atmosphere, is the fresh fish counter with the chefs hard at work behind it. I knew instantly I was in for a treat here! Looked after all evening by a super friendly waitresses, we were recommended…

Namaaste Kitchen – Indian restaurant in Camden

Namaaste Kitchen A return to Namaaste Kitchen saw us try out a few dishes from their new menu. To start we had Onion Bhaji and some Papadoms & Chutneys. Both well presented and tasty! For our mains we tried the Stir-Fry Okra With Raw Mango, the Jeera Aloo: potato with cumin and the Motimahal Butter Chicken: in creamy butter sauce with ginger and crushed fenugreek leaves….