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…

First Impressions – Barshu

First, I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and New Year! Hopefully you’ve all got back into routine easily lol. Why Barshu? So, lets talk about Barshu, a Chinese restaurant just on the edge of Chinatown, on the corner of Frith Street and Romilly Street. Amen independently chose the restaurant after months of me nagging…

Ping Pong – Stratford Westfield

PING PONG STRATFORD WESTFIELD HAS SADLY NOW CLOSED.  We eat out at Westfield Stratford a fair bit and one of our favourite restaurants is the Chinese Dim Sum restaurant Ping Pong. The Stratford branch is one of eight branches across London. Ping Pong serves a selection of small bite-sized dishes (“tapas” style), which are steamed,…

Hakkasan Mayfair

Firstly, I want to apologise for the hiatus … life got in the way, but not to worry, it’s all good news 😊 Hakkasan is a multi award winning high-end restaurant serving Chinese cuisine. There are several Hakkasan restaurants around the world, and also a couple sister restaurants like Sake No Hana, but the focus…

First Impressions – Asia De Cuba

Asia De Cuba is an Asian influenced Cuban restaurant with arty décor and a somewhat tapas eating style. The restaurant is on St Martin’s Lane in a fancy looking hotel – just a couple minutes away from busy Leicester Square station. This isn’t our first time here; we dined here about a year ago with…

Yauatcha Soho

Hello foodies, Shiima here, this is my first post as we thought its best I write about Yauatcha Soho as I found the place and its my favourite restaurant! I found Yauatcha last year May – I remember this because I was looking for a restaurant for Amen’s birthday – one that we haven’t been…