Barrafina Kings Cross Review

Barrafina Kings Cross is Barrafina’s latest London restaurant. I’m not going to hide my love for Barrafina, I can’t even if I tried. Read the review to know why I love Barrafina so much, and enjoy loads of mouthwatering tapas pictures.

March Eats 2019

March Eats 2019! First, apologies for the delay. Watch us chat about the restaurants we enjoyed (or didn’t) in March, with lots of mouthwatering food pictures and videos.

Oklava Review

Oklava is a modern Turkish restaurant in Shoreditch serving creative Turkish-Cypriot cuisine. Read the review for our considered thoughts and lots of delicious pictures.

Kaia at The Ned Review

Kaia is an Asian-Pacific restaurant at The Ned, a vibrant hotel in the heart of the City. Asian-Pacific, you ask? Read our review to find out. With lots of mouthwatering food pictures and videos of Kaia and the Ned.

Cinnamon Bazaar Review

Cinnamon Bazaar is a vibrant modern Indian restaurant in Covent Garden. Cinnamon Bazaar is part of the Cinnamon Collection, which is a group of splendid Indian restaurants around London. We dined at Cinnamon Soho in 2017 and added all the other Cinnamon restaurant to our list… but since then Cinnamon Bazaar is our first. Cinnamon…

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…

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…

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 –…

Lyle’s London Review

Lyle’s London is a British restaurant with an a la carte lunch menu and set suppers. Last weekend we went for lunch instead of dinner. We haven’t done lunch in a very long time and Amen found Lyle’s with a promising lunch menu as it was “Game week” which meant that I would have a…

Nest Restaurant Review

Nest is a cosy restaurant in Hackney that serves British cuisine. I’d read a lot about Nest, but what intrigued me the most about the restaurant is what scared Shiima the most. At Nest it’s about sustainability; they only use one meat in the kitchen at a time, which is impressive. Plus, it’s predominantly a…

Fucina Review

Fucina, an Italian restaurant off Baker Street – more precisely Chiltern Street. We were already stunned at how beautiful the restaurant was from the large wooden door outside, which only continued once we were inside. The restaurant is extremely beautiful, highly styled and huge. Fucina won the best UK restaurant & bar design award –…