Tag Archive: london

Brunch @ Brown’s

This was an example of pure mediocrity. I’d never been to Brown’s before and it turns out to be a chain that markets itself as being a little upmarket. You would think that’d guarantee… Continue reading

Hot Pink Grill

I was going to a film screening in Wimbledon several weeks ago and needed somewhere to eat beforehand. A little Google sniffing resulted in some wildly mediocre offerings until Hot Pink Grill swept… Continue reading

Busaba Eathai

I’ve been here 4 times in the past 3 weeks. I need to stop. Like, seriously. There was also that awkward moment when I went on three consecutive days and the waitress gave… Continue reading

Mille Feuille

For no particular reason, treated myself to some cake from Patisserie Valerie. I have to say, mille feuille is one of my favourites, and this one was pretty intense. Armed with a knife… Continue reading

Caravan King’s Cross

I don’t think I have a good enough excuse to explain how disgustingly long it’s been since I last posted on here. You’d be forgiven for thinking I had just stopped eating and… Continue reading

Red Dog Saloon

I feel like its been a while since I’ve written about burgers (since I’ve written at all, if I’m honest), so would like to share this painful (in a good way) experience at Red… Continue reading

Damera and Merkato: The Ethiopian Food Fix

As I’m half Ethiopian, I find that I can’t get by without a fix of some Ethiopian food (injera) every couple of weeks or so. I’m too lazy to cook it at home,… Continue reading

Yalla Yalla

A weekday lunch found me at Yalla Yalla in Soho with a friend. This tiny little Lebanese cafe/restaurant is on a side street slash alley way, so you’d be forgiven for completely missing… Continue reading

Black Bottom Cupcake

Another day, another trip to the Hummingbird Bakery. Got myself a chocolate bottom cupcake (dark chocolate sponge with a soft cheesecake centre and a cream cheese frosting) in their cute little Chinese takeaway… Continue reading


Went to the Wahaca in Soho for a mid week, after work dinner with my friend. Wahaca, which does Mexican street food, is a buzzing, cheerful little place. All the Wahacas in London… Continue reading