Dehesa Restaurant Review

Dehesa is a Spanish and Italian tapas restaurant in Soho. I absolutely love tapas, particularly Spanish tapas and I’ve been on a personal quest to find the best Spanish tapas spot in London. That quest has already taken me to two of Dehesa’s sister restaurants from Salt Yard Group – Ember Yard and Salt Yard…

Kanishka Restaurant Review

Kanishka is an opulent Indian restaurant in Mayfair focused on North East Indian cuisine. Indian cuisine is our favourite and we’ve enjoyed some of the very best Indian restaurants in London, so after reading about Kanishka we were keen to check it out and we where it stacks up on our list.  To begin with,…

Passo Restaurant Review

Passo is a chic Italian restaurant in Shoreditch. Italian cuisine isn’t one of our favourites, but then we really enjoyed our most recent experience in Fucina and adore pizza. So we decided last week to have Italian and I spent almost an hour looking for the perfect spot… Passo in Shoreditch.  Passo was the perfect…

Burger and Beyond Review

Burger and Beyond, as name clearly states, is a burger restaurant in Shoreditch. Burger and Beyond also, as the name states, aspires for more than just a burger joint and it mostly achieves this because as Shiima so eloquently says, “it’s an upscale burger restaurant.” I agree, and now I’m going to tell why, with…

The Coal Shed London Review

The Coal Shed is a British restaurant specialising in coal roasted steaks and seafood. The Coal Shed has a restaurant in London and Brighton; as you’d expect we dined at the London restaurant in One Tower Bridge, which is also home to other restaurants such as Gunpowder which is one of our favourites. We had…

Meraki Restaurant Review

Meraki is a modern Greek restaurant in Fitzrovia. We love Greek food, so much that we picked a summer holiday destination to try authentic Greek food. Our previous experience of Greek cuisine in London was from Suvlaki, which is awesome but more casual Greek street food. Meraki offers a different experience.  Meraki is very elegant….

Zuma London Review

Zuma London is an exquisite contemporary Japanese restaurant in Knightsbridge. It is one of the quintessential opulent Japanese restaurants in London, right with Nobu. Read for our considered thoughts and mouthwatering food pictures.

Arros QD Review

Arros QD is an elegant Spanish restaurant in Fitzrovia focused on rice – the traditional paella and a contemporary evolution from the mind of chef Quique Dacosta… the “QD” in Arros QD. I came across Arros QD prior to its launch in May and since then my Instagram account has been bombarded by mouthwatering rice…

Red Farm London Review

Red Farm in Covent Garden is the London outpost of the trendy New York Chinese restaurant. We’ve never been to either of Red Farm’s New York Restaurants, but Red Farm London is loud, confident, and casually stylish just as you’d expect in a trendy New York restaurant. We first became aware of Red Farm London…

Tramshed Review

Tramshed is a chicken and steak restaurant in the heart of Shoreditch. It’s right in our wheelhouse because we both love chicken and Shiima is quickly becoming a steak lover. Tramshed is in a former East End tram-generator building which explains the name and the aesthetic of restaurant. It’s open and rustic but also stylishly…

Farzi Café Review

Farzi Café is an Indian restaurant in Piccadilly that fuses traditional Indian cuisine with contemporary cooking and presentation techniques, and influences from other international cuisine. Read for our thoughts, and pictures of creative mouthwatering dishes.

Le Bab Review

Le Bab is a contemporary kebab restaurant in Kingly Court, Carnaby Street. “Contemporary” doesn’t quite do Le Bab justice, because not only is it a modern take on the beloved kebab, it’s done with creative cooking techniques and seasonal ingredients. More on the food to come, but first… Le Bab is on the top floor…