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

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