Posts Tagged: fish

Restaurant review: Restrain Green View, Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

There’s a Chinese restaurant on the street behind my dad’s apartment block in Kuala Lumpur that serves some of the best crab you’ll find, well, anywhere. Each time I visit my dad here, he tells me about this restaurant and

Restaurant review: Restrain Green View, Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

There’s a Chinese restaurant on the street behind my dad’s apartment block in Kuala Lumpur that serves some of the best crab you’ll find, well, anywhere. Each time I visit my dad here, he tells me about this restaurant and

Restaurant review: Prawn on the Lawn, Highbury, London

Several months ago, my friend and I stumbled upon a quaint fishmongers just down the road from Highbury Barn. A stunning display of shiny eyed fresh fish and colourful shellfish was arranged on ice in the window and we couldn’t

Restaurant review: Prawn on the Lawn, Highbury, London

Several months ago, my friend and I stumbled upon a quaint fishmongers just down the road from Highbury Barn. A stunning display of shiny eyed fresh fish and colourful shellfish was arranged on ice in the window and we couldn’t

Restaurant review: L’Acchiardo, Nice, France

Famous amongst locals, L’Acchiardo is as family-run as it gets and you truly feel a sense of family, community and friendliness here. The restaurant has been passed down the generations, and is currently run by an 82 year-old gentleman and

Restaurant review: L’Acchiardo, Nice, France

Famous amongst locals, L’Acchiardo is as family-run as it gets and you truly feel a sense of family, community and friendliness here. The restaurant has been passed down the generations, and is currently run by an 82 year-old gentleman and

Restaurant review: The Arts Club, Mayfair, London

Founded in 1863 by none other than Mr Charles Dickens to provide wealthy aficionados of the arts, literature and sciences with a meeting place where they could enjoy the finer things in life, The Arts Club is now one of

Restaurant review: The Arts Club, Mayfair, London

Founded in 1863 by none other than Mr Charles Dickens to provide wealthy aficionados of the arts, literature and sciences with a meeting place where they could enjoy the finer things in life, The Arts Club is now one of

Restaurant Review: Shabu Express, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The traditional Chinese hotpot is a great way to enjoy an evening of food with friends. Sat around a pot of steaming broth placed atop a hotplate in the centre of the table, everyone gets stuck in, plunging an array

Restaurant Review: Shabu Express, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The traditional Chinese hotpot is a great way to enjoy an evening of food with friends. Sat around a pot of steaming broth placed atop a hotplate in the centre of the table, everyone gets stuck in, plunging an array

Restaurant Review: La Maison de Marie, Nice, France

Last weekend, my mum and I went to Nice. Originally, we had planned a weekend of Christmas shopping in London, but in a last minute decision to evade the festive season crowds, we booked a trip to the winter sun.

Restaurant Review: La Maison de Marie, Nice, France

Last weekend, my mum and I went to Nice. Originally, we had planned a weekend of Christmas shopping in London, but in a last minute decision to evade the festive season crowds, we booked a trip to the winter sun.

Restaurant Review: Le Mercury & La Petite Auberge, Islington, London

You can’t get a good meal in London for a tenner. Flat iron was the first to change this, with their not-to-shabby steak and salad, served up for a single bill price. And I’ve now discovered a host of Islington-based

Restaurant Review: Le Mercury & La Petite Auberge, Islington, London

You can’t get a good meal in London for a tenner. Flat iron was the first to change this, with their not-to-shabby steak and salad, served up for a single bill price. And I’ve now discovered a host of Islington-based

Restaurant Review: Le Carré Bleu, Cagnes sur Mer, France

This year I returned to France’s beautiful southern coast for a summer of fun, after several years of absence (which had certainly made my heart grow stronger). As tradition dictated, my friend and I spent a morning at the beach

Restaurant Review: Le Carré Bleu, Cagnes sur Mer, France

This year I returned to France’s beautiful southern coast for a summer of fun, after several years of absence (which had certainly made my heart grow stronger). As tradition dictated, my friend and I spent a morning at the beach

Recipe: Spicy Salmon with Mango, Avocado & Coriander Salsa

Ingredients: 2 salmon fillets 1 ripe Hass avocado 1 ripe Alphonso mango bunch of french coriander 1 red chilli pepper (approx. 4″ size) extra virgin olive oil 1 lime 1 tbsp honey sea salt & black pepper cayenne pepper/chilli powder

Recipe: Spicy Salmon with Mango, Avocado & Coriander Salsa

Ingredients: 2 salmon fillets 1 ripe Hass avocado 1 ripe Alphonso mango bunch of french coriander 1 red chilli pepper (approx. 4″ size) extra virgin olive oil 1 lime 1 tbsp honey sea salt & black pepper cayenne pepper/chilli powder

Restaurant Review: Kata B-B-Q, Kata Beach, Phuket

It’s difficult to suss out which restaurants actual serve up the real deal authentic Thai food when staying in a resort town in Phuket. But Kata B-B-Q, situated right on Kata beach, is one of Kata’s rare gems where you

Restaurant Review: Kata B-B-Q, Kata Beach, Phuket

It’s difficult to suss out which restaurants actual serve up the real deal authentic Thai food when staying in a resort town in Phuket. But Kata B-B-Q, situated right on Kata beach, is one of Kata’s rare gems where you

Market Review: Borough Market, London Bridge, London

Market Review: Borough Market, London Bridge, London There’s nothing I love more on a sunny day than wandering aimlessly around a food market. When I lived abroad, I did this quite regularly. But food markets in the UK are few

Market Review: Borough Market, London Bridge, London

Market Review: Borough Market, London Bridge, London There’s nothing I love more on a sunny day than wandering aimlessly around a food market. When I lived abroad, I did this quite regularly. But food markets in the UK are few