Coal Office Review

Coal Office is a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean restaurant in King’s Cross from renowned Chef Assad Granit, who’s responsible for two of my favourite restaurants The Barbary and The Palomar. Coal Office is similar to both restaurants in its cuisine and quality of food (more on that to come) but the beauty and design of…

Valentine’s Day Collection 2019

Our Valentine’s Day Collection has returned! This year we have listed 10 Romantic restaurants that are not at the forefront of everyone’s mind, as well as 5 casual restaurants. We love all the restaurants we have mentioned and we think you and that special someone would love them too. This year’s list does not include…

Freak Scene Review

Freak Scene is an Asian small plates restaurant in Soho from Scott Hallsworth, founder of Kurobuta which we’ve really enjoyed. Freak Scene, like Kurobuta, is full of character, which is accentuated by the snug layout of the restaurant – bar seating around an open vibrant kitchen. The chefs were very friendly too. So was the…

NOPI London Review

Nopi by Yotam Ottolenghi is a tapas style restaurant in Soho that blends Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Asian cuisine. The restaurant is on two floors – upstairs is very beautiful and perfect for a romantic meal. However, we dined downstairs, which is also beautiful but more relaxed with communal seating and a view into the…

Ichibuns Review

Ichibuns is a very lively Japanese restaurant in Chinatown focused on burgers and udon noodles. For more read our review with loads of mouthwatering pictures and videos.

TOP 10 RESTAURANTS IN LONDON 2018

Firstly, we would like to wish you all a Happy New Year! And, thank you for following our food journey in 2018. We can’t wait to share more food reviews with you all in 2019, but first watch our Top 10 Restaurants in London 2018 – they are all new ones! You can also watch…

November Eats – Video Blog

November Eats is the 10th video blog in our Monthly Eats Vlog Series, where we talk about all the food, restaurants, and food festivals we enjoyed in the previous month. In this video we discuss Indian Accent – Elegant Indian restaurant in Mayfair Clos Maggiore – French restaurant in Covent Garden voted the most romantic…

Kym’s Review

Kym’s is a Chinese restaurant in the City from Andrew Wong, who brought us the Michelin starred A Wong in Pimlico. A Wong was one of our favourite restaurant experiences of the year because of the very creative way traditional Chinese dishes were cooked and presented and how delicious the food was. So Kym’s shot…

Sushi Samba – Covent Garden

Sushi Samba (Liverpool Street) is one of our favourites and we were super excited to see it had opened one in Covent Garden. Amen had booked it for a few weeks ago but we had to keep rescheduling because of my changing schedule. Sushi Samba works perfectly for us, Amen loves the sushi and I…

Kitchen Table Review

Kitchen Table is a 2 Michelin starred English restaurant tucked behind Bubbledogs in Fitzrovia. I’d been intrigued by Kitchen Table before it recently earned its second star and that only made me more eager to go. Plus, we are big fans of the other restaurants in the JKS Group. We’ve written glowingly about Trishna, Gymkhana,…

Clos Maggiore Review

Clos Maggiore is a contemporary French restaurant in Covent Garden that was voted the most romantic restaurant in the world in 2016 and the most romantic restaurant in London many times. I imagine your first question is, “really? is it?” I’ll get to that 😊. Shiima found Clos Maggiore and she was really excited to…

October Eats

October Eats is the 9th vlog in our Monthly Eats video blog series, where we chat about everything we ate in the past month. This month you can find us discussing new restaurants and a solo excursions from Amen. In October we ate at 3 new restaurants Mei Ume – A beautiful, opulent Chinese/Japanese restaurant Hawksmoor Spitalfields –…