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Adventuring through the food scenes of the world! and recommending what you should eat!


  1. Published : Wednesday, 19th February 2014

    The Lockhart | The Lockhart, Marylebone

    The Lockhart serves Souther US States cuisine lead by Mississippi born chef Brad McDonald. I once heard of the Southern States cooking from TV shows such as Man vs. Food and Diners, Drive ins and Dives. Which those shows has got me very interested in trying such cuisine and was very lucky found a spot that serves that in London...

  2. Published : Tuesday, 18th February 2014

    Montparnasse Café | Montparnasse Cafe, Kensington

    This little french cafe serves delicious croissants. I think I just found another hidden gem in this neighbourhood. Just a corner away from Kensington Square Kitchen, this little cafe serves French patisseries, breads, sandwiches and gallettes or savoury buckwheat crepe...

  3. Published : Monday, 17th February 2014

    Social Eating House | Social Eating House, Soho

    Home This is the next instalment of Jason Atherton’s restaurant empire. After such a delicious meal at the Little Social I just have to try this one. Social Eating House on Poland St was recently awarded its first Michelin star in 2014. I was not surprise as to why. The service was excellent and so was the food. This is probably one of the best deal for a prix fixe lunch offered only at £19 for 2 course or £21 for 3 course...

  4. Published : Sunday, 16th February 2014

    Smokehouse | Sunday Lunch at the Smokehouse, Islington

    The Smokehouse is a gastropub run the Chef Neil Rankin who has been at Pitt Cue Co. and John Salt. As the name suggest the place evolves the use of smoke and fire in cooking their meals. But today its Sunday, they offer something like a ritual in the UK dining habits, the Sunday Roast. With an open kitchen and blackboard stating where the ingredients have come from and a very unique menu the has the flavours as far as the Far East got me hungry...

  5. Published : Saturday, 15th February 2014

    PipsDish Covent Garden | Pipsdish, Covent Garden

    Pipsdish on Covent Garden is a 18 seat eatery that dishes out seasonal home cooking. The menu is simple. For lunch its only 3 savoury dishes and 1 dessert priced between £5.5 to £9. While for dinner you basically sit they will deliver at surprise 3 course meal with nibbles for £32.5...

  6. Published : Friday, 14th February 2014

    Dirty Burger Vauxhall | Dirty Burger, Vauxhall

    Dirty Burger dishes out American style burger operated by the team behind Electric Diner and Pizza East in Notting Hill. There’s two types of burgers served here. First you can get a breakfast burger that is served before 11am such as sausage and egg or bacon and egg. But after 11am you get either the cheeseburger(£5.5) or the dirty burger(£6.5) There’s also crinkle cut fries or onion fries on the side...

  7. Published : Thursday, 13th February 2014

    Foxlow | Foxlow, Clerkenwell

    Hawksmoor has done it again, here at Foxlow. The food has moved from the classic steakhouse to a more relaxed take on long slow cooked meats. The menu is simple and not complicated but yet everything so tempting. But the most alluring to me was the slow, long hour cooking of two types of meat: pork and beef. There are nibbles as well such as the mama ghanouj with sourdough bread (£3.5)...

  8. Published : Thursday, 13th February 2014

    Damson & Co | Breakfast at Damson & Co, Soho

    Damson & Co is a chill little spot on the busy Brewer St right opposite Yalla Yalla. Breakfast here are based around eggs but also some sandwiches that you can grab or fresh brewed coffees. I was here once awhile and go and was rather impress with their selections of food and stumble upon their breakfast offerings so I came back...

  9. Published : Wednesday, 12th February 2014

    Little Social | Little Social, Mayfair

    Little Social is owned by the famous chef Jason Atherton. The decor of the place is like the swinging 50s with copper bar top and leather red dining booths and dark wood. The food here is an eclectic mix of French and British dishes but focusing on locally produced products...

  10. Published : Wednesday, 12th February 2014

    LeCoq | Le Coq, Islington

    Home Le Coq’s food is simple. They do one of the best rotisserie chicken you can get in London town. As you enter you see straight away the spinning Sutton Hoo chicken cooking away in the rotisserie. It looks golden and moist. The place only offers that with optional 2 or 3 course meal with sides and snacks that you can order...

  11. Published : Tuesday, 11th February 2014

    Lowry & Baker | Lowry and Baker, Notting Hill

    Lowry and Baker is a small neighbourhood cafe at the end of the busy Portobello road. The place has been in Time Out’s best place to have breakfast for a long time and when arrived I wasn’t surprised, the place was packed even on a early Tuesday morning. The place is super cosy and laid back, the kitchen is basically the front counter, serving light dishes and Monmouth coffee...

  12. Published : Tuesday, 11th February 2014

    Yalla Yalla | Yalla Yalla, Soho

    This little eatery between Brewer Tt and Peter Yt dishes up some pretty delicious Beirut street food right in the mix of the eclectic Soho. I love this place - that's why I have to return and tell you guys about them. There are 3 current branches: Oxford Circus, this one in Soho and pop-up on Shoreditch High street...

  13. Published : Monday, 10th February 2014

    Café Murano | Cafe Murano, Green Park

    Cafe Murano is the sister restaurant of Murano which is owned by one of the most acclaimed chefs in the UK, Angela Hartnett MBE. Food here represents the cuisine of Northern Italy. The food is simple yet refined and approachable. The menu is split into 4 sections: cicheti (nibbles and small starters), antipasti (starters), primi (pasta/risotto) and secondi (mains)...

  14. Published : Sunday, 9th February 2014

    Bone Daddies | Bone Daddies, Soho

    Bone Daddies brings one of the best selling food dish in Japan, the ramen. The ramen is like an art form when I went to Japan. There are various ways to cook it, each place has their own take and each region of Japan has their own ramen speciality. At Bone Daddies you get the choice of tonkotsu (pork broth), soy base and miso base while also the option of tsukemen where the noodles are served on the side with the soup acting as a dip...

  15. Published : Saturday, 8th February 2014

    Homeslice | Homeslice, Covent Garden

    First things first, the pictures are going to be pretty bad this blog. The place was dark and bad for taking photos. But the food was delicious! Homeslice started from a street vendor and now create some really really delicious pizza at the heart of the busy Covent Garden...

  16. Published : Friday, 7th February 2014

    Tom's Kitchen | Breakfast at Tom’s Kitchen, Chelsea

    I was here for dinner a while back and it was really good but after that I keep on hearing that this place serves wonderful breakfast. With the restaurant being a few minutes walk away, I just have to check it out. Tom Kitchen is own by the Michelin Starred chef Tom Aikens who is in the process of relocating his flagship restaurant...

  17. Published : Thursday, 6th February 2014

    Grain Store | Grain Store, Kings Cross

    Home Grain Store offers food that rather than basing the dish around the protein such as meat or fish, instead the vegetables take centre stage. The place was recently awarded the 2014 Michelin Bib Gourmand and proves that the place provides great food at great prices...

  18. Published : Wednesday, 5th February 2014

    Otto Pizza | Otto, Notting Hill

    Otto brings cornmeal crust pizza from the USA to the heart of London. I first heard of this type of pizza from Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive ins and Dive and stomp upon this place from a list on Zagat of the places foodies go get their guilty pleasure, in this case its from Natasha Corrett, founder of Honestly Healthy...

  19. Published : Monday, 3rd February 2014

    Blackfoot | Blackfoot, Exmouth Market

    Blackfoot is a pig-centred restaurant right in Exmouth Market. Opened by Tom Ward and Allergra McEvedy to celebrate their love for the protein. The pork they supply comes from Dingley Dell in Suffolk. Thats one of the best pork around in the UK. I once had it at Bread Street Kitchen and it was amazing in term of its natural flavour...

  20. Published : Monday, 3rd February 2014

    Rochelle Canteen | Rochelle Canteen, Shoreditch

    This is a hidden gem. The place is owned by Margot Henderson, the wife of the famous Fergus Henderson who started the St.John restaurant. The place is located in the Rochelle School, tucked away from the busy Shoreditch High Street. The dining room is small, relaxing and laid back with white coloured walls and wooden tables and chairs...

  21. This branch of the St.John restaurant group is famous for its food as well as their take on everyone’s favourite breakfast sandwich, the bacon sandwich or more slang the bacon sarnie. A couple of months ago I was here for dinner and thoroughly enjoyed the food they offer. But want I just learn from fellow blogger, TheSkinnyBib, that this serves maybe London’s Best Bacon Sandwich. The Guardian says everyone penny spent on that sandwich is worth it...

  22. KSK aims at using the best seasonal British ingredients. The place is run by Sara Adams as the Head Chef. The place is inspired by Sara’s time living in Sydney and travel in California. This reflex the restaurant clean, simple and relaxing atmosphere. I was lucky to be there early to grab their weekend brunch. After a short set down, the place was packed!. This place really is a hidden little place that serves delicious food, keeping you away from the crowded spots of High St Kensington...

  23. Published : Saturday, 1st February 2014

    Andina | Andina, Shoreditch

    Home Andina is run by the team that brought us Ceviche in central Soho. What's different here is the relax and comfortable feel that the place has. The restaurant is located right on Shoreditch High St about 5 mins walk from Boxpark and the Overground Station. I was here for brunch and the menu is categorised into breakfast, eggs, street, mains, ceviches and dessert. All very tempting...

  24. Published : Friday, 31st January 2014

    Gail's Kitchen | Gail’s Kitchen, Tottenham Court Rd.

    Home Gail’s Kitchen serves some pretty darn good food for a relatively good price. The place is owned by the famous Gail’s Bakery and was recently awarded the Michelin’s Bib Gourmand 2014. The food is inspired by bread and bread oven that was transferred from Gail’s Artisan Bakery. The food is all about sharing as each plate comes in a sharing size portion...

  25. Poilâne is the French boulangerie that specialises in sourdough. You can find their bread at many leading supermarkets and also their bakery on Elizabeth Street that is approximately 5 min walk from this store. This place however is own by the bakery and operates as both a place to relax and enjoy their product or just for a quick takeaway...

  26. Published : Thursday, 30th January 2014

    Blanchette | Blanchette, Soho

    Home Who would have thought that French cuisine can adapt the style of sharing through tapas sizes. The restaurant is run by three brothers: Maxime, Yannis and Malik. The partnership of this restaurant with Salt Yard Group has really shine through. The food comes in small portions and categorised into nibbles, charcuterie, fish, meat and vegetables...

  27. Published : Wednesday, 29th January 2014

    The Modern Pantry | Breakfast at The Modern Pantry, Clerkenwell

    Home St John Square is filled with places to eat. One such place that is renown and fill with great expectations for delicious food is at The Modern Pantry. The Modern Pantry is a restaurant that embody the philosophy of the desire to please and excite the palate through the use of modern ingredients and everyday cooking...

  28. Published : Tuesday, 28th January 2014

    Oliveto | Oliveto, Belgravia

    Oliveto is refined in the Sardinian region of the Italian cuisine. They have wide range of pastas, pizza and anti-pasta. The place is simply decorated with wooden chairs and tables but refreshing as plenty of natural light penetrate the whole dining area. For starters we got mozzarella with sweet sour vegetable relish and pine nuts (£10.80)...

  29. Published : Saturday, 25th January 2014

    Bibendum Oyster Bar | Breakfast at Bibendum, South Kensington

    I came across this place through a morning stroll around the neighbourhood. But I have heard of Bibendum before, with its restaurant famous for its food and the ground floor cafe for seafood platter, I just have to stumble and try their breakfast. Breakfast menu is simple and sticks to the classic but with a Bibendum twist. One of the specialties that they have is the Eggs Bibendum, but instead I opted something I feel abit more light...

  30. Published : Friday, 24th January 2014

    Dishoom | Breakfast at Dishoom, Covent Garden

    Breakfast here never disappoints and that's why I come here to tell you about it. Dishoom brings food from the cafes of Bombay. Its an all day dining that emphasis on naans, grills and the philosophy of sharing. However this is the only place I know that you can get a blend of Western dishes with Eastern flavours...

  31. Published : Wednesday, 22nd January 2014

    The Breakfast Club Soho | The Breakfast Club, Soho

    The Breakfast Club is a hip, young lively all-day brunch spot. The place is lively since its opening at 9am and queues form as early as that. The Breakfast Club is a place that is consistent every time you go. The food is delicious, the portion is massive! It's all good value for money. The one at Soho is a bit quirky. The wall is full of murals from customers around the world. Messy but fun!...

  32. Published : Tuesday, 21st January 2014

    Hereford Road | Hereford Road, Bayswater

    Home Hereford Road is a British restaurant located about 5 minute walk from Notting Hill Stn. is the restaurant owned by ex St. John Bread & Wine head chef, Tom Pemberton. As you enter you see the fresh churn butter, breads and lemon displayed on the window and a small open kitchen...

  33. Published : Monday, 20th January 2014

    Picture | Picture, Fitzrovia

    Picture is a small, vibrant and minimal restaurant located right in Fitzrovia, serving delicious British inspired European dishes with the philosophy of sharing through tapas size offerings. Picture was recently awarded a Bib Gourmand on the UK 2014 Michelin guide that showcases restaurant with great food at affordable prices. Like the format of tapas restaurant, the menu is categorised in food groups such as vegetables, meat, seafood follow by a dessert section...

  34. Published : Saturday, 18th January 2014

    Lantana | Lantana Café, Fitzrovia

    Lantana Café is a little cafe serving Australian influenced breakfast and lunch. The place is cozy, warm and fill with aroma of freshly brewed Monmouth Coffee. I came across this place through my search of places to dine in the morning.. With me being a morning guy, I just gotta come try...

  35. Published : Friday, 17th January 2014

    Chop Shop | Chop Shop, Piccadilly

    Home Chop Shop is for me, one of the top places that will satisfy your carnivorous cravings. The restaurant is only a few minutes away from the tourist-packed Piccadilly Circus. The main attraction is the meat here as the name suggest. Sourcing from both the UK and USA. All look very appetising such as the starters of duck liver mousse served in jar to the Barnsley Lamb Chop or USDA rump steak.. But I went for the Express Menu which cost £19 for 2 course and includes their famous Hanger Steak...

  36. Published : Friday, 17th January 2014

    The Providores | Tapa Room, Marylebone

    Tapa Room Cafe and Wine bar serves laid back breakfast, lunch and dinner. The place is owned by the talented Peter Gordon who has made a success in Kopapa in Seven Dials.. The place is buzzing even as early as 9am, just the restaurant opens, a sure sign that their breakfast is to die for...

  37. Published : Thursday, 16th January 2014

    Barrafina | Barrafina, Soho

    Barrafina is a small 20-odd seats tapas bar serving Spanish specialities in small plates.. Barrafina is the sister restaurant of Fino, a already critically acclaimed restaurant in London which also competed in Ramsay’s Best Restaurant tv show...

  38. Published : Thursday, 16th January 2014

    The Delaunay | The Delaunay, Covent Garden

    The Delaunay is the sibling to The Wolseley in Green Park. The place resembles the character of The Wolseley… It's grand and elegant filled with men in suits and women looking gorgeous... The menu service starts from breakfast at 7am, lunch and dinner.. Since its an early start for me, I come to try their breakfast.. The food offered is not much different from The Wolseley.. You get the usual classics such as the English Breakfast, Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine etc...

  39. Published : Tuesday, 19th November 2013

    Elliot's Café | Elliot’s Cafe, Borough Market

    Home Elliot’s Cafe is situated in one of the most popular fresh produce market in London, Borough Market. I’ve heard of them for a while now and never had the chance to go.. They were voted one of the best burgers in town by young&foodish and burger affair…

  40. The kitchen is now run by Head Chef Ashley Palmer-Watts who has started with Fat Duck since 1999. The restaurant was recently awarded its second michelin star and I was not surprised why. The setting of the restaurant is rather relax and comfortable while the food is at its highest level...

  41. Published : Sunday, 17th November 2013

    The Electric Diner | Electric Diner, Notting Hill

    Home Electric Diner is a little diner located right in the middle of Portobello Road and next to the Cinema. The front houses a bar that serves from beer on tap to cocktails and wine and as you enter the dining area you can see the open kitchen. The menu is very much homage the classic American style diner with their own twist as Brenden Sodikoff, the chef behind Au Cheval in Chicago helped inspire the concept of the diner’s menu and some signature dishes from his restaurant in the US...

  42. Home At this restaurant, Le Relais de Venise “L’Entrecôte”, serves a very simple set menu at £23. As you walk in, it reminds you of a brasserie you would find in Paris.. Tables packed next to each other and a buzzy atmosphere. L’Entrecôte is a rib beef steak in this tradition served with a ‘special’ famous sauce with french fries… But before that you get a plate of baguette to share and a serving of green salad with walnuts and mustard vinaigrette...

  43. Published : Friday, 15th November 2013

    Restaurant Gordon Ramsay | Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea

    Home This is the infamous Gordon Ramsay’s 3 Michelin Star flagship restaurant, located in one of the nicest area of London, Chelsea. I’m a big fan of Ramsay through both his cooking and TV show but never had the chance to try his flagship restaurant, I were only able to go to Petrus and Bread Street Kitchen...

  44. Published : Thursday, 14th November 2013

    202 | 202 Restaurant, Notting Hill

    202 is situated on one of the most appealing street of London.. Westbourne Grove, this street house to Granger and Co, Daylesford Organic and many boutique stores. What's different for 202 from other competitor is their shop/cafe… The entrance display and sells art and books while the back serves food from breakfast till afternoon and clothes on the lower ground floor...

  45. Published : Wednesday, 13th November 2013

    Nopi | Nopi, Piccadilly

    Home Nopi is owned by celebrity chef Yotam Ottolenghi… Here the food is inspired by his roots where the main food is inspired by the mediterranean region and the middle east. This time I want to experience his all day, I would say flagship, restaurant.. Today I’m here for breakfast, so then let see how it goes…

  46. Published : Thursday, 7th November 2013

    Rossopomodoro Notting Hill | Rossopomodoro, Notting Hill

    Rossopomodoro is a multi pizza chain, having outlets in Covent Garden and Chelsea. Their pizza boast the origin from Naples, the birth place of this delicious creations.. First thing you notice is the wood fire oven standing right at the front, a good sign that the pizza would be cooked perfectly.. For me in a pizza joint, the dough and toppings must compliments each other.. Pizza here ranges from the classic margharita of mozzarella, tomato and basil to the toppings of four cheeses or with parma ham.. So then let see how it goes...

  47. Published : Monday, 4th November 2013

    Lima | Lima, Fitzrovia

    Lima, located just right behind the buzzling Tottenham Court Road, offers Peruvian cuisine to the already diverse eating scene of London. Lima food is created by Chef Virgilio Martinez who also is the owner of Central in Lima, Peru which made the list of San Pellegrino’s 50 best restaurant in the world and voted #4 of the Latin America best restaurant. Lima has just been awarded 1 Michelin Star and was not surprised why.. The food approach is about authenticity, seasonality and freshness...

  48. Published : Wednesday, 30th October 2013

    Dabbous | Dabbous, Fitzrovia

    Dabbous is an interesting restaurant… Why I say that? Its because of the food, the setting and the story behind it. The food stems from Ollie Dabbous who has been with Raymond Blanc and at Texture restaurant… I first heard of this place from Raymond Blanc BBC Series “How to cook well” and the amount of hype that the place got just made me want to check it out… This restaurant is the first to put quotes of famous food reviews and chefs on the side of the entrance, lifting my expectations super high...

  49. Published : Tuesday, 29th October 2013

    Arbutus | Arbutus, Soho

    Home Arbutus is a contemporary bistro located at the heart of Soho, the brainchild of Anthony Demetre and Will Smith.. Since opening in 2006 they have received one Michelin star on the first year opening.. I first heard of this place from a friend of mine who said the meal was rather delicious and at great value. With that in mind and a couple of peaking as I sometime walk pass, i just have to give it a try…

  50. Published : Friday, 25th October 2013

    Tom Aikens CLSOED | Tom Aiken Revisit, Chelsea

    Home This is a second visit to Tom Aikens.. I was here a couple months back and was super impress with the food and had a wonderful experience. So with my mum paying a visit, I just have to bring her to try out the food.. This time the food was even better than last time! The food was appealing to look at and lovely to eat.. Bold and intense flavours.. Super good! With the last time trying the lunch menu, I wanted to explore the a la carte…

  51. Published : Thursday, 24th October 2013

    Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs | Kitchen Table, Fitzrovia

    Kitchen Table is the “&” of Bubbledogs, the revolutionary place to pair hotdogs with champagne… What's different of Kitchen Table is the cuisine and the direction of where it's heading. The restaurant offers the Kitchen Table experience of the food being prepared right in front you and while enjoying the food, you get to talk to the man behind it...

  52. Published : Monday, 21st October 2013

    Noor Jahan | Noor Jahan, Chelsea

    Home After much devouring European cuisine over the past weeks, my taste buds require a bit of a kick. And what better than to use a nice Indian meal... Noor Jahan is on Bina Gardens not far from South Kensington, I discovered this place from LondonLovesBusiness’s post for 5 best chicken tikka masala joint.. This place is the curry fix for Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Hugh Grant, Eric Clapton and Rowin Atkinson! So I just even got to check it out...

  53. Published : Wednesday, 16th October 2013

    The River Café | The River Cafe, Hammersmith

    The River Café is an italian food institution founded by Rose Gray and Ruby Rogers who has trained many celebrity chef such as Jamie Oliver, Theo Randall and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage. The restaurant evolves around high quality ingredients sourced from UK and abroad and .menu changes according to the season and what produce there is to offer...

  54. Published : Monday, 14th October 2013

    Pétrus | Petrus, Knightsbridge

    have fond memories of Petrus.. I was here a couple of years ago for lunch and dinner and it was amazing. trus is a one Michelin star restaurant under the ownership of the infamous Gordon Ramsay and lead by head chef Sean Burbidge…. The last time I was here the food was amazing especially the beef wellington but unfortunately today they don’t have that special memorial dish..

  55. Published : Monday, 14th October 2013

    Ikeda | Ikeda, Mayfair

    For awhile now I have heard about Ikeda, a Japanese restaurant right in Mayfair. Different from what Dining and Yashin is doing, Ikeda focuses on the traditional Japanese cooking and deliver some amazing dishes...

  56. Published : Saturday, 12th October 2013

    Texture | Texture, Marylebone

    First time I knew about Texture was through Raymond Blanc’s BBC series, How to Cook Well. The restaurant is located just a block away from Selfridges. What is amazing about this place is the cuisine, created by Agnar Sverrison, offers a blend of European cuisine with a big influence from the Scandinavian region, a place where the chef was born and rise...

  57. Published : Friday, 11th October 2013

    Hibiscus | Hibiscus, Mayfair

    Hibiscus the award winning, two Michelin star restaurants lead by grand chef Claude Bosi is a restaurant offering excellent and modern french cuisine. he menu evolves around seasonal ingredients at its best and offers you the surprising Taste of Autumn where the chef allows you to choose the core ingredients while he ingeniously creates dishes to surprise you or a lighter option to your wallet of three course lunch for £35 or 2 course for £29...

  58. Published : Monday, 30th September 2013

    The Greenhouse | The Greenhouse, Mayfair

    The Greenhouse in Mayfair offers unique and contemporary interpretation of the French cuisine. The entrance matches its name, just like you are entering into a garden.. Unique to the place and different from other places I have went. The kitchen is lead by Chef Arnaud Bignon, who was recently appointed the second Michelin Star 2014, a big congratulations and after the meal I wasn’t surprised why they got it...

  59. Published : Thursday, 26th September 2013

    The Ledbury | The Ledbury, Notting Hill

    The Ledbury in Notting Hill is an exquisite dining venue in the heart of West London. The Ledbury is an acclaimed restaurant with 2 Michelin stars under its belt. The interior is clean, modern and tarred objects deco on the table added a nice touch… When I arrived I was surprise at how quiet the place was when It was already nearly at full service and how well all diners looked… I felt under dress...

  60. Published : Thursday, 26th September 2013

    Opera Tavern | Opera Tavern, Covent Garden

    Opera Tavern serves up tapas inspired dishes in the heart of Theatre Land. Opera Tavern at first does not look like a Tapas restaurant but instead like a typical public house...

  61. Published : Wednesday, 25th September 2013

    Moro | Moro, Exmouth Market

    Moro in Exmouth Market offers food inspired from the Mediterranean such as Spain and North African. The place emphasises on the concept of sharing through tapas size dishes but the mains comes at a relatively big portion...

  62. Published : Tuesday, 24th September 2013

    Goodman | Goodman, City

    I love protein and when I crave for it steak is the way to go. Goodman is one I constantly here about that boast meats from the US. Steaks in London are also a competitive category with Hawksmoor, Gaucho, CUT at 45 etc.. Requires Goodman to out perform...

  63. Published : Sunday, 22nd September 2013

    Aubaine Brompton Cross | Aubaine, Knightsbridge

    Aubaine is one of the first breakfast/brunch place I experienced in London. The thing you first notice when entering this outlet of Aubaine is the freshly baked bread and patisseries such as croissant etc...

  64. Published : Friday, 20th September 2013

    Kitchen W8 | Kitchen W8, Kensington

    Kitchen W8 is a Michelin Star restaurant, not far from High St Kensington. I have never been a fan of eating around High St Kensington cause I think this area doesn’t boast must quality but here its completely a hidden gem...

  65. Published : Thursday, 19th September 2013

    Shake Shack | Shake Shack, Covent Garden

    The battle of the burger is becoming super competitive in London… With the arrival of Shake Shack from the US, I just have to give it a try… The reason why I try it so late is because I want it to settle down properly, to really see the full potential of Shake Shack and You know what, its pretty good. I heard of Shake Shack first from my good friend uploading a photo of it in NYC and it made me hungry… Thanks to Daniel Young from young&foodish i was able to realise that it was coming over…

  66. Published : Wednesday, 18th September 2013

    Tom Aikens CLSOED | Tom Aikens, Chelsea

    I have always been a big fan of Tom Aikens.. The first time I try his creations were at the relaxed Tom’s Kitchen. But after I heard he has a gastronome restaurant with one Michelin star, I just have to try. What's different here than from many other Michelin star restaurant is it relaxed and cosy atmosphere and not overly elegant like most fine dining restaurant.. Here it's all about the food…

  67. Published : Tuesday, 17th September 2013

    Bombay Brasserie | Bombay Brasserie, Gloucester Rd

    Bombay Brasserie offers fine indian food in a very grand setting right in Glouscester Road. The food evolves around the tandoori oven such as the grill meats and fish, curries and vegetarian dishes… When I go have Indian food I always go for the classic combination for me...

  68. Published : Monday, 16th September 2013

    Pollen Street Social | Pollen Street Social, Mayfair

    Bombay Brasserie offers fine indian food in a very grand setting right in Gloucester Road. The food evolves around the tandoori oven such as the grill meats and fish, curries and vegetarian dishes… When I go have Indian food I always go for the classic combination for me...

  69. Published : Friday, 13th September 2013

    Zoilo | Zoilo, Marylebone

    Zoilo is a little two-storey Argentinian restaurant about five minutes away from Selfridges. Zoilo is all about sharing and trying different dishes.. Argentinian tapas you could say.. I was lucky enough to walk in and get the kitchen bar seats...

  70. Published : Wednesday, 4th September 2013

    Corner Room | Corner Room, Town Hall Hotel

    The Corner Room is located in the Town Hall Hotel.. In a corner… The Town Hall Hotel is really grand, reminded me of the Mad Men era decor of the 50s and 60s. First, I am struck by the interior and atmosphere of the restaurant.. Very small and cosy and relaxing.. Great to enjoy and share dinner with your friends...

  71. Published : Sunday, 1st September 2013

    Pearl Liang | Pearl Liang, Paddington

    Pearl Liang has some pretty good dishes and some below par ones. The menu here boast the typical offerings of dim sum, vegetable dishes, meat, noodles etc. With it being Sunday lunch, we have to try their dimsum...

  72. Published : Wednesday, 28th August 2013

    The Wolseley | The Wolseley, Piccadilly

    The Wolseley is a grand establishment located right next to the iconic Ritz Hotel in London. When I first came to London, a good friend of mine who enjoy breakfast as much as I do recommended this place, after a wonderful first experience I just have to come back again...

  73. Published : Tuesday, 27th August 2013

    Teacup Manchester | Teacup on Thomas Street, Manchester

    The Northern Quarter of Manchester is the upcoming neighbourhood, boasting trendy cafés, hipster restaurant and a diverse mix of food. After a long night out on Sunday, we really need a great place to have a lazy brunch on Bank holiday, Teacup on Thomas St is the answer.. Right in the heart of the Northern Quarter… I was there 10mins before the restaurant open and there was already people waiting! This is a good sign…

  74. St. John’s Bread and Wine is the St. John restaurant group, the dishes evolves around utilising the whole animal and is under the award winning, Michelin St. John restaurant in Smithfield’s. One might think how is this particular Bread and Wine concept different from the restaurant in Smithfield?...

  75. Published : Wednesday, 21st August 2013

    Itsu | Itsu Dining, South Kensington

    When thinking of sushi serve along a conveyor belt in London, Yo! Sushi was always the first one to come in mind. But Yo! for me is not very good… But here I think I have a new place for conveyor belt sushi, its Itsu Dinings in South Kensington. With three different plates coded prices ranges from £2.99 to £4.99 is a good offer for the quality and flavour profile you get.. In addition you also get additional grill dishes such as unagi, teriyaki chicken etc...

  76. Published : Tuesday, 20th August 2013

    Mugen | Mugen, Monument

    Japanese is one of the best selling cuisine in Thailand and I am one of those who is a big fan of the food from the rising sun. Thanks to my friend who’s a Japanese food expert in UK, I have found a place I feel that is both delicious and great value...

  77. Published : Saturday, 17th August 2013

    Byron Gloucester Road | Byron Hamburgers, Gloucester Rd

    Byron Hamburgers is well known in the British burger world, one of the most famous burger chain. I once tried their burger a long while ago and it was delicious...

  78. Published : Saturday, 17th August 2013

    Smiths of Smithfield | Dining Room at Smith of Smithfields

    Smith of Smithfield in Farringdon is the venture by the celebrity chef John Torode… Known well here as the judge of Masterchef UK and celebrity Masterchef. With that credit to his name, I had high hopes for this place to be deliver some bang on Masterchef judge high standard cooking...

  79. Chabrot Bistrot D’Amis in Knightsbridge has good creditation from the Metro and the Guardian. However today, there both good and bad from my point of view… Without a doubt the atmosphere is cosy and really gives you the feeling of a french bistro...

  80. Published : Thursday, 15th August 2013

    One Leicester Street | One Leicester Street, Leicester Sq.

    Having seen Anthony Bourdain’s Layover series on the train back from Bristol, I wanted to try the place he came for breakfast. One Leicester Sq offers a simple breakfast menu…

  81. Published : Wednesday, 14th August 2013

    Story Deli | Story Deli, Brick Lane

    Story Deli is a hidden gem in East London… After moving to their new location in Brick Lane, things got even better! 20130814-204534.jpg Hidden in the 123 building, Story Deli serves one of the thinest pizza dough I have ever seen.. 20130814-204653.jpg The atmosphere is cosy and the interior is very white, minimal and relaxing.. Perfect to enjoy the pizza...

  82. Published : Tuesday, 13th August 2013

    Honest Burgers Soho | Honest Burger, Soho

    Honest Burgers.. Honestly… Serve some pretty decent burgers.. With the burger scene going crazy in London, it is good time to check out already the renown local joint… They serve chicken, beef and…With the burger scene going crazy in London, it is good time to check out already the renown local joint… They serve chicken, beef and vegetable burgers and regular specials. But as a carnivore myself, I just had to go for their beef burger...

  83. Published : Sunday, 11th August 2013

    Osteria Basilico | Osteria Basilico, Notting Hill

    Osteria Basilico offers classic Italian cooking such as freshly cooked pasta dishes, pizza and antipasti… Located on Kensington Park Road where there is Rossopomodoro just across the street, the place just screams you have to come and try...

  84. Published : Sunday, 11th August 2013

    Granger & Co | Granger and Co, Notting Hill

    After working I never knew I would cherish my weekend so much… So after a long week of work, I just need to find some place to relax on a late Sunday. Granger and Co fills that spot.. I heard of this place for a long time.. Its one of Australia’s famous Bill Granger restaurant.. He has outlet in Tokyo, Sydney and London ...

  85. Published : Thursday, 8th August 2013

    The Harwood Arms | Harwood Arms, Fulham

    The Harwood Arms is one of the best hidden gems by many critics...

  86. Published : Tuesday, 6th August 2013

    Spuntino | Spuntino, Soho

    Spuntino is a cosy, electric bar right at the middle of Rupert Street. Spuntino is run by the team at Polpo, which serves italian style tapas in a bar seat setting… I have been to Polpo and here I thorough enjoy both the food and the drinks…

  87. Published : Sunday, 4th August 2013

    Tom's Kitchen | Tom’s Kitchen, Chelsea

    Tom’s Kitchen is the brain child of the famous Michelin acclaimed Tom Aiken. Tom’s Kitchen however offer a much relaxed atmosphere, having communal tables and an open kitchen. The food here has a mix between both classics and modern twist embracing the seasonal ingredients while retaining their classic dishes.. I was here before a while back and it wasn’t that great but after tonight my mind has changed...

  88. Published : Friday, 2nd August 2013

    Bread Street Kitchen | Bread Street Kitchen, St.Paul

    Bread Street Kitchen is one of the restaurant owned by the infamous Gordon Ramsay. The atmosphere is buzzing with excitement, loud and sometime a bit too hectic but the decor really gives it that nice laid back feel perfect to start your weekend…

  89. Published : Monday, 29th July 2013

    La Petite Maison | Le Petite Maison, Mayfair

    Le Petite Maison or “LPM” delivers some of the best french cooking I have ever had… I’ve heard so many things about this place, especially about the food. And it went beyond my expectations...

  90. After watching too much Triple D and Man vs Food.. I always wanted to know how Southern chicken dishes taste like... After hearing there’s one just opened that is doing such thing I just had to come try.. That place is Joe’s Southern Kitchen.. The place emphasis mainly on chicken however there some other special stuff up their sleeves.. So enough with the intro, let's check the food...

  91. Published : Saturday, 27th July 2013

    Hawksmoor Air Street | Hawksmoor Revisit, Air St.

    Back again at Hawksmoor. I remember to myself saying I just got to comeback and try their other premium cuts steaks, starters and dessert… The opportunity has come.. So without further ado, here’s what I have...

  92. Published : Saturday, 27th July 2013

    Haché Fulham | Haché, Chelsea

    I once tried Hache burger at their New St joint in Shoreditch and it was ok but today, it was a completely different experience! The burgers offered here varies from beef, lamb, chicken, fish and even vegetarian version...

  93. Comptoir Libanais offer a quick taste of the lebanese cuisine… From hot mezzes such as falafel to the cold ones such as babaganoush or hummus. Also the classics such as chicken or lamb shwarma.. I always loved their tagines and mezze...

  94. Published : Thursday, 25th July 2013

    Bodean's Fulham | Bodean, Fulham

    With the burger scene in full swing now in London, people tend to forget another great creation from the other side of the pond.. That is the American BBQ. At Bodean they serve traditional cuts of bbq.. Spare ribs, baby back, burnt ends , bbq chicken and pulled pork.. In order to get the whole deal.. I went for the Bodean Platter for two..

  95. Published : Wednesday, 24th July 2013

    Roka | Roka, Fitzrovia

    Roka evolves the style of japanese izakaya, sharing small plates with friends or colleagues.. Similar to what Zuma is doing.. Building dishes through the fusion of western flavours and techniques into japanese cooking and unique combinations of western and japanese ingredients...

  96. Published : Monday, 22nd July 2013

    Kopapa | Kopapa, Seven Dials

    Kopapa serves a mix of asian and european inspired dishes.. Combining them together with exotic ingredients proves to be delicious and unique. Kopapa concepts involves around sharing, ordering large plates and combining with small plates gets you to try many dishes...

  97. Published : Saturday, 20th July 2013

    Caravan King's Cross | Caravan, Kings X

    I heard from many people about the brunch offered here their in house roasted coffee… The atmosphere is relaxed and perfect so a chill out weekend brunch and so I just have to come try…

  98. Published : Thursday, 18th July 2013

    Bob Bob Ricard | Bob Bob Ricard

    I’ve heard from many friends and food bloggers about this restaurant, Bob Bob Ricard.. Located right next to Carnaby Shopping St, serves a delicious selection of brasserie classics.. Due to the good time I had with the food and company.. I forgot to take the interior and restaurant window.. Oh well, just the food looks good enough!...

  99. Obika is an interesting concept for me… Emphasis on the simple yet humbleness of the mozzarella cheese and let that single ingredient shine in each dishes they offer. The restaurant has a relax feel to it and a rather than a drinks bar, they have a bar displaying all the cold cuts and cheese (imagine the same you get in sushi bar, instead of fish..)...

  100. Published : Saturday, 13th July 2013

    Riddle & Finns | Riddle and Finns, Brighton

    With the weather being so nice now in the United Kingdom, it is time to go see one of the most famous seaside city of UK, Brighton… Just 50 mins by train from London. Being in a seaside city, you just got to have seafood… Here at Riddle and Finns is delicious. Their menu offers variety of seafood dishes such as calamari, roasted whole fish, oysters, mussels white wine etc...

  101. Published : Friday, 12th July 2013

    Ceviche | Ceviche, Soho

    I heard of ceviche, the Peruvian dish for a long time through various forms of another… Ceviche is seafood dish, using fresh seafood such as seabass, scallops etc a staple of Peruvian cuisine… For me, one of the best is at Ceviche in central Soho..

  102. Published : Thursday, 11th July 2013

    Pitt Cue Co | Pitt Cue Co., Soho

    Pitt Cue Co is infamous for their take on the BBQ… This is my second visit to the place, its a shame that they have to take out their pork belly ribs… BBQ is becoming rather big in London…

  103. Published : Tuesday, 9th July 2013

    Machiavelli | Machiavelli, Covent Garden

    Machiavelli is located on Long Acre not far from Covent Garden Station… How did I find this place? Accidentally after watching Warhorse, we needed a post theatre meal and this is a decent italian kitchen and dining room that delivers tasty italian classics…

  104. Published : Monday, 8th July 2013

    Hawksmoor Air Street | Hawksmoor

    I always here about the steaks at Hawksmoor even before coming to London.. Finally after many attempts to eat here, I was finally able to… I had high expectations and wow the food went even beyond my expectations! Hawksmoor service is as good as the food and the art decor of the interior gave the place a feel of the 50s and 60s of America...

  105. Published : Sunday, 7th July 2013

    Bumpkin | Bumpkin, South Kensington

    I’m a big fan of the concept of gastropub, offering great food in homey and comfortable setting of a public house..Being in South Kensington and close to Knightsbridge post a problem in which ones to choose.. But I think the one I recommend is at Bumpkin Bumpkin offers seasonal menu on british classic dishes and comfort food that boast the country’s seasonal ingredients..

  106. Published : Thursday, 27th June 2013

    Flat Iron | Flat Iron

    Flat Iron is a small steakhouse right off Beak St close to Carnaby St… With the dominance of Hawksmoore being one of the best steakhouse, I need to give this place a try.. And wow it was really good! The menu is simple and the atmosphere is cosy while being quite rustic… The place serves Flat Iron steaks or blade steak…