Posts in the Restaurants category

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Dining at The Balcon and How do Food Bloggers Stay Slim?

A question often asked to me and my fellow food / lifestyle bloggers is: ‘How do you eat all that food yet stay slim?’ On my blog you may have seen tucking into multi-dish tasting menus at Chotto Matte, an epic Indian feast at Trishna or a sugar-packed afternoon tea at The Intercontinental Westminster whilst… Read more »

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A Spicy Zomato Meet-up at Pacata

I suffer from terrible fear of missing out (FOMO), especially when it comes to great opportunities to meet new people and taste great food! But with a wedding to organise and then an epic honeymoon I found myself unable to attend lots events that I wanted to go to. I even considered popping along to… Read more »

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Palm Court Brasserie – You Can’t Beat the Classics

We are all creatures of habit but, as my blogging buddies will tell you, it can become a little frustrating; we want our blogs to show a diverse range of cuisine and that means we can’t always order our fall back favourites. However, sometimes the classics are the best and often this means good old-fashioned… Read more »

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SilverSpoon On Honeymoon: LA Part 3 – A pretty woman on Rodeo Drive

Of all the chick flicks I’ve ever seen, there’s one that tops them all, the queen of all romantic girlie movies: Pretty Woman. And to quote another favourite film of mine, Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion, ‘I just get really happy when they finally let her shop.’ Yes, that epic scene where Julia Roberts… Read more »

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SilverSpoon On Honeymoon: LA Part 2: Some bizarre foodie creations at The Baazar

There’s something so exciting about foodie creations that are totally unique and a little bit magical so that when you’re eating you feel totally inspired and delighted. A family friend of ours suggested we try The Bazaar at the SLS Hotel for ‘tapas with a twist’ and an out of this world dining experience. When… Read more »

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Chasing away the post honeymoon blues at Ametsa with Arzak Instruction courtesy of Give Truly

Mr Silver and I had an amazing time on our honeymoon adventure, but sadly all good things must come to an end. When we arrived home from honeymoon we had a huge pile of post containing the usual bills, junk mail and bank statements. But there was one very exciting item in our mountain of… Read more »

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Talking Weddings over Afternoon Tea at The St Ermin’s Hotel

Back in May, before I went away on honeymoon, I visited the recently refurbished St Ermin’s Hotel in Westminster, tucked behind busy Victoria Street and close to St James Park. The interior of the hotel is pretty and lady-like with a gorgeous chandelier hanging from the high ceiling. The signature restaurant of the hotel is… Read more »

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Sunday Brunch bunch at the Blue Boar Smokehouse

I have now returned from honeymoon and normal service will soon resume with a mixture of posts about my adventures on honeymoon as well as regular London updates. Meanwhile, here is a post I wrote before going on honeymoon so I can recover from my jet lag!!  I always find it hard to book a… Read more »

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SilverSpoon on Honeymoon: Dining at Jean Georges

Most of the restaurants and bars that we visited in New York were cool, trendy, young and fun but we also wanted to try some of the really special, high-end dining that New York had to offer. Le Bernadin was top of my list, as it’s considered the best restaurant in the USA and, indeed,… Read more »

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Tiki Chic at Trader Vic’s

So the excitement of the wedding was over, the fun of the minimoon was at an end and me and Mr S returned to London, cold weather and pouring rain. But fortunately we had our honeymoon to look forward to! And the part we were most excited about was our week in French Polynesia, which… Read more »