Little Kolkata – the taste of a Bengali home in Central London

When you say something feels like home, what does that mean? Calmness? Familiarity? Being able to eat with your hands without worrying about decorum? Looking around and just feeling … comfortable? Whatever your… Continue reading

Farewell, London – the dinners

I think I have been avoiding finishing this post because, after my summary of farewell breakfasts and lunches, this article on my final dinners in London is pretty much the only thing between… Continue reading

What I do and don’t miss about living in London

I lived in London for six years, and during that time, it was always a love-hate relationship. Love mostly prevailed, and I even wrote a love letter to this great city a couple… Continue reading

Brunching at Rosi Kaffeehaus und Bar, Munich

It’s hard to believe, but it’s already been four months since I left the big smoke of London for the calmer climes of Munich! Time sure flies, especially when you spend one of… Continue reading

Nihonbashi – Japanese decadence in Colombo, Sri Lanka

It was our last night in Sri Lanka, and it was a wrench to leave the country of elephants, gorgeous beaches, seafood, rice and curry. Our flight back to London was at 6am… Continue reading

The Tuna and The Crab – sumptuous seafood in Galle, Sri Lanka

After nearly three weeks travelling around Sri Lanka, we finally arrived in Galle, with only two days of our trip left. We’d been humming and hawing about whether or not to visit this… Continue reading

Farewell, London – the lunches

After taking you through the various breakfasts I ate before I left London for Munich, it would be amiss not to talk about the incredible lunches I had too. If your job allows… Continue reading

Luxury in the heart of nature at Heritance Kandalama, Dambulla (Sri Lanka)

Those of you know me are aware that when I travel, I don’t tend to stay in luxurious acommodation very much. However, what I love to do is to intersperse basic accommodation with… Continue reading

Farewell, London – the breakfasts

London has so many breakfast options. Too many? Never. I loved discovering as many as I could in the 6 years I lived there, and whilst my number one will always be Dishoom,… Continue reading

Ministry of Crab, Colombo – supercrabzilladelicious

Bib? Check. Claw cracker? Check. Crab pick? Check. Hair out of your face? Check. Napkin? Check. Extra napkin? Check. Sri Lankan guidebooks wax lyrical about white sandy beaches, beautiful temples, and rolling green… Continue reading

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