Guest post: A culinary history of Andalusia (by Eatapas)

I first met Eatapas at the Taste of London festival this year, and was very impressed by the quality and flavour of their products, as well as their awesomely friendly customer service. Of all… Continue reading

Sake No Hana – elegant Japanese in Mayfair

23 St James’s Street, Mayfair, London, SW1A 1HA ‘This way please!’ the waitress in the beautiful red dress said to me as I nervously stepped on to the escalator that would take me to… Continue reading

Robadora, Barcelona – the best ribs I’ve ever tasted

C/ Robadors 18, Barcelona 08001 It’s no secret that Barcelona is one of my favourite cities in the world. I visit this beautiful place as often as I possibly can, and my trip this summer was one… Continue reading

Honey & Co – aka food of the gods

One of my friends has the Honey & Co cookbook, and raves about it constantly. He made us one of the recipes on a trip to Wales this year, and I later found… Continue reading

Tom’s Kitchen at Somerset House: summery atmosphere, so-so food

Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA, UK London’s summer this year has been late in coming, but I have officially lost the right to complain, as it’s been sunny and warm all week… Continue reading

Mildred’s – creative and inexpensive vegetarian cuisine in Soho 

45 Lexington St, London W1F 9AN I am definitely a non-vegetarian, however, for the past three years I have embraced vegetarianism for one month out of twelve, namely September. What started out as a family… Continue reading

Impressions of La Boqueria, Barcelona

I love food markets. I somehow (inexplicably) find myself at The Global Kitchen in Camden Market at least once a week, and whenever I travel abroad, one of my must-sees is the local… Continue reading

7 Portes – paella y sangria de cava en Barcelona

Passeig Isabel II, 14, 08003 Barcelona Barcelona is one of my favourite cities in Europe. It is where I first learned Spanish back in 2007, and after that, I just couldn’t get enough,… Continue reading

Paninis in Tuscany

My recent trip to Italy was one of pure decadence, particularly from a foodie perspective. We ate gelato every day (some tips on that here), indulged in pasta and pizza, but most importantly,… Continue reading

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