I really love the diversity of London! Sights, sounds, smells and tastes from all corners of the world have managed to find a little home here. I was therefore thrilled to discover a bit of Israeli cuisine, something completely new to me.
I recently discovered a new sushi restaurant, tucket away on St Martins Lane, right in the heart of one of my favourite areas of London, Covent Garden.
I’m always on the lookout for a good spot for date night, one that’s intimate but still has a good amount of buzz. Most importantly, a spot that’s close to home!
I’ve been a fan of the Hemsley & Hemsley cookbook ever since I came across their recipes popping up on my Facebook Newsfeed via British Vogue towards the end of last year.
One of the best things about living in a big city is being able to admire its beautiful skyline in the glorious summer sushine, perched atop swanky rooftop bars.
You know I love a good weekend brunch but every now and again, it’s great to find a spot that doesn’t just serve your standard Eggs Benedict. And one of these spots is Dishoom.
Ah Notting Hill, you never cease to entertain me! My latest find in this little corner of London is in the form of West Thirty Six; eclectic, cool and the newest chill out spot.
Sometimes it’s nice to have a change from the usual scrambled eggs on toast. Especially on weekends when you have more time on your hands to whip up something a little special.
This infectious culture of New York-style brunching seems to have made its way to London-town with new hot spots popping up in every nook and corner!
As the days get longer, London opens its doors to countless pop-up rooftop bars and al-fresco dining, all basking in the (fingers crossed!) sunshine. One of these happens to be Street Feast, taking place in the east end of London.