Kricket

I seem to be eating Indian food out a lot of late. Take Jikoni, for example, on which see my thoughts here. I’m not quite sure how this has happened. Perhaps my intrigue of novel takes on age-old recipes and dates (both of the tamarind chutney kind and the other kind – which is why … Continue reading Kricket

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Bocca Di Lupo

Though “Bocca Di Lupo” translates as “mouth of the wolf” – for you should come here when you’re as hungry as an animal – it creates food worthy of the gods.  Since its opening in November 2008, this place has been something of an Italian institution on London’s restaurants scene.  The quality of its food, … Continue reading Bocca Di Lupo

Pastaio

Pastaio do know how to build suspense: their Instagram teasers in anticipation of their recent opening were a long-haul.  The number of simultaneous snaps that were posted to build up a whole collage of pasta did create a fuss around #handmadepasta!  What became particularly frustrating was the anticipation they sought to create by not revealing … Continue reading Pastaio

Flavour Bastard

Don’t let the name of this place put you off.  Although something of an oxymoron – flavour should never be insulted – the food at Flavour Bastard is by no stretch of the imagination light on taste. Every single dish my companion and I enjoyed here – and there were a lot – was imaginative … Continue reading Flavour Bastard

Corazón

As my companion (EB) and I have a shared love of Mexican foods (who wouldn't really?!), were playing with the idea of a trip to Mexico itself (hello Tulum!), and had recently frequented the somewhat disappointing Breddos Tacos, we were both keen on trying out Corazón, another eatery in line for the title of London's … Continue reading Corazón

Balls & Company

Balls & Company in the heart of Soho serve proper soul food.  Instead of playing around with ball-based puns in this post, let’s cut to the chase: the outstanding food.  The concept is simple: the restaurant specialises in balls – both meat and vege – which Australian born Bonny Porter (previously of the Arts Club … Continue reading Balls & Company