There’s nothing quite like a seriously sumptuous waffle for brunch, but Pachamama London has introduced a little twist – sweet potato or quinoa waffles.
As someone rather attached to the original doughy goodness of waffles and really not into new-fangled “healthier” superfood trends, I was really surprised to find the sweet potato waffle didn’t confuse my tastebuds. I went the savoury way with bacon and a fried egg drizzled with maple syrup. My companion was very taken by the quinoa waffle with salmon and a poached egg.
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There’s nothing I like better than Asian food. It is literally my favourite food in the world, and very near the top of that shortlist is udon noodles. Despite my obsession, my visit to Tokyo Diner was the first time I’d eaten in London’s Chinatown as an adult – luckily it was worth the wait.
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I am a born and bread meat lover, and a steak is a lovely treat in London because it tends to be rather expensive. Therefore I only get it once in a while, and a steak from Hanger SW6 is well worth splurging on. You’re in for a treat, pure and simple.
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It’s hard to find an afternoon tea in London that’s kind on the wallet, so when I heard there was one for £14 with an Indian twist on Shaftesbury Avenue I was immediately intrigued.
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Although the days are getting colder here in London we’ve been lucky to have a few sporadically warmer and sunnier days, so it’s not too late to nab yourself one of these ice creams I featured in my latest video. In fact, I’m heading back to the last place this weekend! Have a look for yourself and let me know if you try any. Continue reading “Instagramable Ice Cream Tour”
To say that something is the best when there are so many restaurants in London I have yet to try is a risk, but it’s one I’m going to take with the roast lunch from The Union Bar in Paddington. If you get to the end of this post and haven’t already made a reservation, I’ll have failed in my task to get you to visit.
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How Shoreditch does this Shoreditch restaurant look? When I met a friend for lunch, immediately thought “if I had a laptop that lasted more than an hour on its own battery I’d be working here in a heartbeat”. As it is, I can instead enjoy their delicious home cooked favourites like this uber tasty lasagna with pesto and a side salad.
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I loved American food before I even lived in America, and my time spent there only succeeded in furthering my obsession for top notch American cuisine – but at a reasonable price. If you’re looking for meaty burgers or dressed up hot dogs, look no further than my three choices below.
All located in central London, they’re super convenient and won’t break the bank either.
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Tasty Tapas @ The Bird In Hand, Kensington
Finding a great restaurant on a random road in London always feels like you’ve discovered something that the locals have been keeping a secret. That’s definitely the case with The Bird In Hand on Masbro Road. Inside this refurbished old pub is a modern chic restaurant serving little plates of tapas and pizzas.
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Top Nosh @ Noshville, Granary Square
KERB has teamed up with the Maverick festival to give Londoners a taste of the good life with a celebration of American music and munchies in Granary Square near King’s Cross. Noshville is a fab one-off addition to London’s market and street food scene, with tasty treats to tickle the taste buds including New Orleans shrimp baskets from Hank’s, Ana Mae’s unusual Big Mac mac’n’cheese, and seriously delectable snickerdoodle donuts from Vicky’s Donuts.
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Discover A Dim Sum Diamond in the Rough
Usually when I’m in the mood for Dim Sum I step into Dim T or Ping Pong rather than stepping off the beaten track. Tried, tested, I love them.
But Steam in Hammersmith is the very proof I needed to forgo the chains I love and try something new.
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Muriel’s Kitchen, Soho
Sometimes I’m super glad for business meetings in London, because on occasions they take place in lovely little restaurants like Muriel’s Kitchen on Old Compton Road. This beautifully decorated, light and airy restaurant immediately became a favourite as I stepped through the door, largely due to the swing-set table and chairs in the front which we slid on over to like a moth to a flame.
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