Warming, spicy, slow-cooked lamb stew

Slow cookers are truly amazing. The boeuf bourguignon I made years ago still makes my mouth water at the very thought, and I also have very fond memories of my sweet and savoury lamb… Continue reading

Pasta Remoli – pasta and aperitivo in Finsbury Park

7 Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, N4 3JP I visited Pasta Remoli twice in one week – once for their Sunday night aperitivo, and once on a Tuesday to sample their a la carte menu.… Continue reading

A little bit of Cambodia in Camden: Lemongrass

Last year, I cooked up a massive feast for my birthday, which included an entire roast duck as well as a heavenly chocolate cake made by the Baking Medic. This year, I decided… Continue reading

Breakfast at Jackson + Rye: Skip the eggs (and the breakfast)

My birthday was nearly a month ago now, but a couple of my friends very kindly took me out for breakfast this week as we weren’t able to fit it in before Christmas.… Continue reading

Sushisamba – sky high views and prices

My favourite view of London is the one from Primrose Hill, above Regents Park, where I can sit right on top and feel like the kingdom of London is at my feet. Last week,… Continue reading

Impressions of Machneyehuda market, Jerusalem

I love food markets, and whenever I travel, I aim to see the local ones. I am fascinated by smells and sounds, the people behind the counters as well as those walking around,… Continue reading

DIY dinner party with Silver Bell

I love hosting dinner parties, and generally cooking and preparing food, whether it’s for myself or for friends. But I’ll admit, sometimes it can be a bit tiring. Thinking about what to make,… Continue reading

#ZomatoMeetup at Gatti’s, City Point

When I first started this blog, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do with it or what purpose it should fulfil. So I chose a random template on WordPress, wrote down a… Continue reading

Sticks’n’Sushi – stick to the sushi

11 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8PY I absolutely love sushi, and Sticks’n’Sushi, true to its name, satisfied all my cravings. The decor throughout is very minimalist, but the flawless, aesthetically pleasing presentation of the… Continue reading

Machneyehuda – beautiful food in Jerusalem

Beit Yaakov Street 10, Jerusalem A couple of months ago, I discovered The Palomar in Soho, in my opinion the best restaurant I’ve eaten at in London. So when I heard that its original… Continue reading