Taste Film – a different kind of cinema experience!

A new way to watch what you eat is what Taste Film is all about. Each month, there is a Taste Film showing which offers themed food served at different intervals – essentially the food matches the scene in the film you are watching! Pretty original actually. We went along for one of my ultimate favourite films, Home Alone,…

Little Havana in Camden Town

Best Selection of Starters in Camden I was really excited to visit Little Havana in Camden and had been eyeing up the menu all day, trying to figure out which starter I should go for. What’s great about the menu is if you’re feeling peckish enough there is a deal where you can choose three…

WOLF ITALIAN RESTAURANT STOKE NEWINGTON

Not just another Italian restaurant London is saturated with restaurants and a whole bunch of those are Italian. There are only a handful of restaurants where I have thought that the food is on par with my travels through Italy. Lucky for me, WOLF is definitely one of them. WOLF is situated on Stoke Newington…

Le Restaurant de PAUL Tower 42  

PAUL the popular bakery chain Yes, the bakery chain PAUL also has two French restaurants – one in Covent Garden and the other on Old Broad Street beneath Tower 42. Featuring a large bar and dining area decorated with vibrant red and blue colours, PAUL is open Monday to Friday for breakfast (you must have…

Pepper Tree Thai Restaurant Clapham

Pepper Tree Clapham Situated just moments from Clapham Common is Pepper Tree, offering thai street food cuisine at very reasonable prices. With canteen style dining tables and a few stools at the front by the window for people watching, Pepper Tree is a relaxed restaurant to visit. Thai Me Up The first thing I noticed…

A Taste of Sri Lanka in Soho

Hoppers and Dosas Galore in Soho! What is Hoppers? I have heard a great deal about Hoppers’ offering of Sri Lankan dishes and street food – some about the quality of the food and others about the awfully long queue! Yes, Hoppers is another popular restaurant in London where you can’t book at their Soho…

Drunch Restaurant Regents Park

According to the Urban Dictionary “Drunch” is a Drunk Lunch, when friends gather for lunch and get drunk. The Regents Park branch of Drunch is located just around the corner from St Johns Wood Station and is an attractive Gastropub serving up European dishes. It includes a bar and an outdoor area where they serve a selection…

Festive Feast at Ben’s Canteen!

Ben’s Canteen Clapham I was quite intrigued to see what a burger place could do in terms of festive feasts at Christmas time, and was pleasantly surprised with what Ben’s Canteen to offer! For starters we decided to try the Xmas Karma Cola Croquettes. I absolutely love croquettes and these just did not disappoint! The…

Eco Italian in Clapham

Eco is an authentic Italian restaurant which has been trading for 24 years (!) . Find Eco next to Clapham Common Station where they serve up tasty pizza, pasta and other Italian treats. The Mood Eco has recently had a refurbishment and it’s really paid off, it looks gorgeous. The restaurant is spacious and has…

Poke and Matcha Me at Tombo

Tombo in Fitzrovia is a poké & matcha bar joining a chain of Tombo’s across Soho and Kensington. This branch is the third to open in London and it serves up very tasty poké, donburi and some delicious sweet treats too. It’s located just around the corner from Goodge Street Station on Windmill Street. The…

Revamped Jackson + Rye

Jackson + Rye  What’s the change? Jackson + Rye has introduced New York brassiere dining with a new menu across all six of its restaurants (two of which are in London – the City and Soho) which now feature a collection of brassiere dishes inspired by classic French flavours with an American twist. The settings…