Posts in the Restaurants category

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The London Landmarks Afternoon Tea at Town House Kensington

I was invited to attend The London Landmarks Afternoon Tea and my food was complimentary. I was not paid to attend and was not under contractual obligation to write this blog post or create content on any platform.  Town House Kensington at Hotel Kensington is certainly a place that knows how to do an afternoon… Read more »

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A Celebratory Dinner at Trinity Clapham

Eight years since the day we first met and still going strong! Mr S and I like to celebrate the anniversary of the day we first met as well as our wedding anniversary. I firmly believe in celebrating every little thing possible! This year, I booked Michelin-starred Trinity in Clapham on the basis of a… Read more »

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A Brilliant Brunch at Little Green, Mayfair

If I want a good brunch, I can always guarantee that the Daisy Green Collection will deliver. That’s why I was delighted when a new branch conveniently opened on Heddon Street, just off Regent Street, one of London best shopping areas. Heddon Street has always been a favourite of mine and despite the prime location,… Read more »

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Fine Dining Indian Cuisine at Tamarind Mayfair, London

Change. It can be as scary as anything or it can be the best thing you can possibly do… it must have been a leap of faith for Tamarind Mayfair when they decided to close their doors for a complete refurbishment and then open again at the end of last year with a new look… Read more »

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Great Italian Food forged at Fucina in Marylebone

Italian food is one of my favourite cuisines and I’m always keen to try great Italian restaurants in London. Enter Fucina! A modern Italian restaurant in Marylebone, the perfect location for lunch one day with Laura with whom I enjoyed an Italian adventure with in Rome only a month before. And as soon as I… Read more »

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Christmas Afternoon Tea at The Connaught

I think no one does Christmas quite like London’s luxury hotels… for me as soon as I walk into a hotel foyer lined with decorations and decked out with a huge Christmas tree… the smell of pine in the air, I feel excited and festive! And you couldn’t wipe the smile off my face the… Read more »

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A Multi-Michelin Starred Birthday at Bibendum

It’s no secret that’s it’s one of my goals to visit every Michelin-starred restaurant in London. And in approximately thirty-something years I’ve made a serious dent in the list of over 70 restaurants. Last year London stalwart, Bibendum was awarded a second star after top chef Claude Bosi took over the famous kitchen. Speaking of… Read more »

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A New Location for Sticks’n’Sushi

I’m always thrilled to see my favourite restaurant brands doing well. And what could be better than opening a brand new branch right in the middle of the King’s Road, one of London’s most thriving shopping districts? When Sticks’n’Sushi first opened, the Danish import soon became a firm favourite of mine and when a branch… Read more »

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The Autumn Leaves Menu at Sake No Hana

It seems like London has gone mad for autumn this year. I blame Instagram for the beautiful leafy displays outside shops and restaurants, captured for the ‘gram by my fellow Londoners  One of my favourite restaurants and one of London’s best Japanese, Sake No Hana, has also got in on the action. But what I… Read more »

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Zuaya: Latin American Flavour in Kensington

Promising a fusion of Peruvian, Argentinian, Mexican and Brazilian flavours, I was both intrigued and excited to try Zuaya, a new restaurant in the centre of High Street Kensington.  The restaurant, though relatively large has a feeling of intimacy as it’s been divided into several spaces. Have a seat downstairs in the stylish dining room… Read more »