Brunch at Four to Eight – a bland affair

Over the past five years, I’ve gotten to know London pretty well, and one thing I’ve learned is that whilst it doesn’t know how to ventilate tube carriages or deal with sunshine, it… Continue reading

Bayleaf – indulgent Indian food in North London

I’m always amazed at the variety of cuisine London has to offer, and one that is available in absolute abundance is, of course, Indian. Over the years, I’ve tried my fair share; Dishoom is… Continue reading

Miso sea bass with sesame bok choy

I love Chinese food. One of the first places I visited when I moved to London was Chinatown, and I simply drank in the sights, smells, and particularly the tastes of everything it… Continue reading

Celebrating Rakhi at Darjeeling Express

In London, it seems like new restaurants open every single day, and keeping up with all the openings can be quite overwhelming! There are the imports from abroad, the pop-ups that are only… Continue reading

Summery seafood at Villa Ruza Old City Bistro in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik, aka King’s Landing, is a dream come true for all Game of Thrones fans, but for those amongst us (myself included) who are yet to jump on that fantastical train, it is… Continue reading

Señor Ceviche – A taste of Peru in Fitzrovia

Peruvian food has been on the rise for a while now, and London has of course reflected this trend with countless restaurants, a few of which I’ve visited in the last couple of… Continue reading

Postcards from Cartagena, Colombia – the city of colours

Over the course of six months backpacking the South American continent, I must have taken at least 5,000 photos. Armed with my trusty Olympus, I put my extremely limited photography skills to use wherever… Continue reading

Seven easy steps to healthy and colourful summer salads

Over the last few weeks, London has definitely had its share of gorgeously sunny and hot days, and I’ve been enjoying this to the utmost – queuing at Wimbledon, walking in the park,… Continue reading

WeFiFo and an Italian supperclub

Over the past few years, supperclubs have become the new chic, and they range from vegan feasts to ex-Masterchef cooks to open-air barbecues. It can often be difficult to decide which one to… Continue reading

Tiny Leaf London – a tribute to zero waste and wonky veg

A few weeks ago, shortly after the attacks on Borough Market that shook all Londoners including myself, I made my way to South London. My destination, however, was not the aforementioned, but rather another… Continue reading

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