Dishoom – best breakfast in London (and cheapest!)

Covent Garden / Shoreditch I’ve been to Dishoom a couple of times now. In fact, it was one of the first restaurants I visited in London, even before I moved here. I love… Continue reading

Sourdough pizzas at Foxcroft & Ginger

3 Berwick Street, Soho, W1F 0DR Last Saturday, I had a reunion with 3 girls from my university dance troupe. As it happens, we all live in London now, and this was the first… Continue reading

Halloumi stir-fry (vegetarian)

Last year, I went vegetarian for a month, which resulted in quite a few creative recipes. So this year, I decided to do the same, and the first new dish I made was this delicious… Continue reading

Cocomomo – delicious salads and great brunch

Yesterday I reviewed The Real Greek – a lovely restaurant in Marylebone. We found it because we were heading towards Cocomomo, which my flatmate and I discovered a couple of weeks ago. I was… Continue reading

The Real Greek – lunching in Marylebone

Being back in London has been tiring so far, as moving always saps a lot of my energy. Between unpacking, organising and arranging the flat, it’s been an absolute whirlwind. Yesterday I decided… Continue reading

Back in London! Review of Polpo, Holland Park

126-128 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3QG So, the Bavarian adventure is over. This means that I am now ready for London, round 2! And what better way to announce my return than by eating Italian… Continue reading

Transit – Asian tapas in Berlin

Rosenthalerstraße 68, 10119 Berlin-Mitte Summary statement: Go for the pork belly. I love tapas. I just adore the concept of having many small dishes that can be shared amongst friends as it lets you eat… Continue reading

Mongo’s – Mongolian munchies in Munich

Oberanger 28, 80331 München It is sad, but true… My six months in Munich are over. On my last day, I had a slightly emotional farewell at work before having a proper Bavarian send-off… Continue reading

Kaisergarten – beer garden and Kaiserschmarrn

Summer in Munich is absolutely delightful. I cycle everywhere, wake up with the sun and, like all other Germans, spend most of my time just chilling out in one of the many beer gardens.… Continue reading

Short and sweet, homie.

Here’s a Swindian first: A non-food blog post! The other day, I was so struck by an article I read about a new app called ‘Yo’ that I felt compelled to write about… Continue reading