Category Archives: English

Café Review: Daylesford Farm Café, Notting Hill, London

If you’re planning a trip to Daylesford Farm Café for Sunday brunch then you’ll definitely want to arrive fashionably early and join the band of brunchers sat eagerly awaiting the doors to open at 10. It’s like a military operation.

Café Review: Daylesford Farm Café, Notting Hill, London

If you’re planning a trip to Daylesford Farm Café for Sunday brunch then you’ll definitely want to arrive fashionably early and join the band of brunchers sat eagerly awaiting the doors to open at 10. It’s like a military operation.

The Best Breakfast Spots in Soho, London – A Healthy Start or Morning Munchies?

Soho’s breakfasts are worth waking up early for. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so take some time to do it properly before you knuckle down for a long day at work. Whether you’re looking

The Best Breakfast Spots in Soho, London – A Healthy Start or Morning Munchies?

Soho’s breakfasts are worth waking up early for. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so take some time to do it properly before you knuckle down for a long day at work. Whether you’re looking

Restaurant Review: The Ship, Wandsworth, London

When I first moved to London, last summer, I was introduced to Ship Sundays – a day of drinking in the English sun, sat (if you arrive early enough to get a seat) on the pub’s terrace overlooking The Thames.

Restaurant Review: The Ship, Wandsworth, London

When I first moved to London, last summer, I was introduced to Ship Sundays – a day of drinking in the English sun, sat (if you arrive early enough to get a seat) on the pub’s terrace overlooking The Thames.

Restaurant Review: Whyte & Brown, Kingly Court, Soho, London

Service can make the different between a good meal and a great meal. At Whyte & Brown, they have mastered both: incredible, yet humble, food and impeccable waiting service. My mum came down to London a couple of weekend’s ago

Restaurant Review: Whyte & Brown, Kingly Court, Soho, London

Service can make the different between a good meal and a great meal. At Whyte & Brown, they have mastered both: incredible, yet humble, food and impeccable waiting service. My mum came down to London a couple of weekend’s ago

Restaurant Review: The Grocer, Old Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch, London

With a true ‘fresh from the market’ feel, The Grocer serves up fine British pub grub in a light and airy space at Old Spitalfields Market in London’s trendy Shoreditch. Floor to ceiling glass walls allow diners to watch the

Restaurant Review: The Grocer, Old Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch, London

With a true ‘fresh from the market’ feel, The Grocer serves up fine British pub grub in a light and airy space at Old Spitalfields Market in London’s trendy Shoreditch. Floor to ceiling glass walls allow diners to watch the

Recipe: Pikelets

I take such satisfaction in making my own crumpets, pancakes and spikelets, rather than reaching for a packet off the supermarket shelf. Homemade is always better. These pikelets are delicious simply spread with butter. Or for a sweet afternoon treat, serve with

Recipe: Pikelets

I take such satisfaction in making my own crumpets, pancakes and spikelets, rather than reaching for a packet off the supermarket shelf. Homemade is always better. These pikelets are delicious simply spread with butter. Or for a sweet afternoon treat, serve with

Recipe: Apple and Pear Pie with Sweet Walnut Pastry

A freshly baked pie is the perfect way to end an evening meal. Try something different with this sweet, spiced walnut pastry; a classic partner to apples and pears. Ingredients: walnut pastry: 200g plain flour 100g walnuts 100g caster sugar

Recipe: Apple and Pear Pie with Sweet Walnut Pastry

A freshly baked pie is the perfect way to end an evening meal. Try something different with this sweet, spiced walnut pastry; a classic partner to apples and pears. Ingredients: walnut pastry: 200g plain flour 100g walnuts 100g caster sugar