Mosob – Eritrean delight in London

Where is Eritrea? It’s next to Ethiopia, on the Red Sea, and also happens to be a 5 minute walk away from my flat. Mosob is a little haven amidst the bustling streets of… Continue reading

Bibigo Bar & Restaurant

 58-59 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7JY How did I survive before Korean food? Bibimbap, the subtle sweetness of bulgogi, the beauty of jap chae… I’m salivating at the mere thought. My first… Continue reading

Garlicky gnocchi with creamy spinach sauce

When you have a packet of gnocchi in your fridge for a while, you tend to start dreaming about what you could do with it. My flatmate and I have been discussing the… Continue reading

Restaurant review: Lucky 7 Diner

127 Westbourne Park Road, London W2 5QL I have never quite understood the allure of the All American Diner Experience (yes, it should be capitalised). I neither liked nor disliked it – there was… Continue reading

Warming pumpkin, coconut and ginger soup

Last week, I spotted the first pumpkin of the season, which made me remember a dish from years past. It is similar to the sweet potato soup I made recently, but more nuanced… Continue reading

Destiny brownies

These brownies need no grand introduction. Suffice it to say, when you bite into the first one, you will feel like you have met your destiny! And who knew destiny could be so… Continue reading

Home-made bread infused with roasted garlic

A few months ago, I found a garlic loaf in a supermarket and it blew my mind. Bread with chunks of garlic inside it? It’s genius, really. I found a recipe for it… Continue reading

Guest post: Blood orange risotto

A new recipe from a new contributor to the blog! My cousin, who lives in the US, used be just as fussy with food (if not more so) than me, but has now… Continue reading

Sweet, sour and spicy aubergine

I am a little obsessed with aubergine. Ever since I discovered I like it, I try to make it as often as possible, as I am quite fussy with vegetables and have to… Continue reading

Aloo posto (potatoes in poppy seeds)

Aloo posto is one of my favourite dishes in my grandmother’s house, and so when I came back I decided that I didn’t want to wait another year until I can eat it… Continue reading

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