The Painted Heron – Indian al fresco in Chelsea

If you look at my restaurant map of London, you will notice that I largely tend to stay around Soho. It has an abundance of amazing restaurants, it’s easy to get to from… Continue reading

A Swindian love letter to London 

Dear London, It’s been a chaotic few weeks around here, with political turmoil being the order of the day, and tensions running high. As a non-UK and non-EU citizen living here, I feel… Continue reading

The Lawns @ Thornton Hall Hotel – the best meal of my life?

Last year, I took a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of London and drove up to the Wirral with a friend, where we enjoyed living in the lap of luxury for… Continue reading

Bangalore Express – Indian comfort food in the City

1 Corbet Court, 3-6 Gracechurch Street,City of London, EC3V 0AT Just a quick, shameless plug before I get to the review of Bangalore Express… I’m excited to announce that I’ve been nominated for The… Continue reading

Taste of London 2016 – the world’s greatest restaurant festival

Taste of London markets itself as the world’s greatest restaurant festival, and rightly so. From Masterchef candidates to Michelin-starred chefs, the talent and culinary delights were staggering. And whilst the weather has been… Continue reading

The dos and don’ts of gelato in Florence (and Lucca)

When I was on the Roman Food Tour last year, the general rule was: ‘If it’s fluffy, it’s fake.’ The ice cream tourist traps tend to be the ones where you have bright… Continue reading

Il Santo Bevitore – our best meal in Florence

Last week, I took a well-deserved trip out of London and spent 5 days in Italy; more precisely Pisa, Lucca, and Florence. It was an amazing trip, and I absolutely adored all three… Continue reading

Chakra – fine dining on Holland Street

33C Holland St, London W8 4LX Ever since I moved to Camden from Maida Vale, I have spent less and less time in West London. Nevertheless, I still love the Notting Hill area, with its… Continue reading

Nomadic Chefs – a supperclub for the ages

When a chef takes pride in his work, and excitedly tells you that the beautiful flowers on your plate were grown in his very own garden, I can’t help but smile. And when… Continue reading

Impressions of Camden Market, London

I recently got around to taking my first ever photography course, after investing in my beautiful Olympus camera last year. It was an amazing day with Going Digital, aptly named ‘Get off Auto’, and… Continue reading