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 –…

Mei Ume Review

Mei Ume is an elegant restaurant in the Four Seasons that serves both Chinese and Japanese cuisine. I’m a self proclaimed sushi addict, but for a mix of reasons I hadn’t eaten sushi in over a month. I needed to fix that ASAP, and then I came across Mei Ume. The concept of Mei Ume…

August Eats

August Eats is the 7th vlog in our Monthly Eats video blog series, where we chat about everything we ate in the past month. From London restaurants, to food festivals, and street food, to our travels around the world! In August we ate at 4 new restaurants Duddell’s – Chinese Restaurant in London Bridge Frenchie…

Duddell’s London Review

Duddell’s is an authentic Cantonese restaurant in the historic St Thomas’s Church building right by Borough Market in London Bridge. Duddell’s started in Hong Kong and Duddell’s London is their first restaurant outside Hong Kong. We first became aware of Duddell’s London at Taste of London 2018 and it had both of my favourite dishes…

Park Chinois Review – First Impressions

Park Chinois is a Chinese restaurant in the heart of Mayfair. Shiima and I had walked past its red doors several times on our way to other Mayfair restaurants but we had no idea it was even a restaurant – seemed more like a private members club. We’d also been hearing a ton about Park…

First Impressions – A Wong

We went to A Wong for our Eid Dinner on Friday, and we were really late for our reservation but luckily they were still able to accommodate. I know I wouldn’t hear the last of it from Amen if they didn’t. A Wong is a Chinese restaurant in Pimlico by Andrew Wong. Amen had this…

April Eats Video Blog

This is our 4th video blog and the 3rd in our “Monthly Eats” series, where we talk about all the spots we dined at in the previous month. In April, it was 5 restaurants – Flesh & Buns, Social Eating House, Caravan Kings X, Hutong, and Pitt Cue – and also Dinerama from Street Feast,…

Hutong Review

Hutong is a prestigious Chinese restaurant on the 33rdlevel of The Shard. It’s one of the three upscale restaurants at The Shard, with Aqua Shard and Oblix. We’ve dined at all three of the restaurants and written about Oblix. Hutong has been our favourite of the three (we even spent NYE 2017 at their bar)…

March Eats

It’s been a month already!? Well, this is our second video blog and we’ve been to 7 restaurants this week. It was quite a packed month and we were at restaurants right till the last day of March. Our usual first impressions restaurant as well as others with friends. We hope you enjoy and if…

The Duck and Rice

The Duck & Rice is a Cantonese restaurant and pub in Soho. There are two levels to The Duck and Rice – a very bustling pub on the ground floor and an equally bustling restaurant on the top floor. As you’d expect, we only care for the restaurant. We’ve dined at The Duck and Rice…

Chai Wu

A few weeks ago we went for dinner at Chai Wu, a contemporary Chinese restaurant in Harrods – Knightsbridge. We’ve been a couple times before and we always forget the long trek through the different floors of luxury all the way up to the fifth floor where Chai Wu is tucked away. The restaurant oozes…