Four places for four meals in New Orleans

Four places for four meals in New Orleans

New Orleans is, by far, one of my favourite cities to eat in. In America’s Deep South, they take their food very seriously, with a melting pot of influences creating their signature dishes. Creole and Cajun, jambalaya and gumbo, lots of… View Post

An intimate Indian feast at Anokha

An intimate Indian feast at Anokha

When it comes to Indian food, I have to admit, I’m embarrassingly basic. I never tend to stray from the BYOBs of Brick Lane, from the restaurants that shout you down with discounts and deals, the well-made authentic dishes (and… View Post

Creating Danish Snitter at Snaps + Rye

Creating Danish Snitter at Snaps + Rye

Ever heard about the 3 ‘s’s of Danish dining? Smørrebrød – rye bread open faced sandwiches, topped generously with a variety of ingredients Snitter – smaller pieces of topped smørrebrød, almost like a canape but still piled high Snaps – a… View Post

Behind the Scenes at Pizza Express Live

Behind the Scenes at Pizza Express Live

In a week where I’d already had pizza twice, what harm would a third helping do? In the hierarchy of pizza restaurants, I’ve always had a big ol’ soft spot for Pizza Express. Particularly their Leggera pizza (the ones where… View Post

Divine Dining at Mango Tree, Harrods

Divine Dining at Mango Tree, Harrods

Honestly, we’re not usually this fancy. In fact, it was the first time I’d ever been to Harrods, full stop. But, as previous reviews demonstrate, I do adore Mango Tree. So the chance to try out their branch in London’s… View Post

A food guide for music festivals

A food guide for music festivals

Back when I started going to music festivals, your ‘food choices’ basically involved whether you had cheese on your burger or whether you had a large or small portion of chips. If you were lucky, there might have been some… View Post