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…

Uni Restaurant Review

Uni is a Japanese Peruvian fusion restaurant in Belgravia. I used to be a sushi fiend, but then I ran out of sushi restaurants on our list and also got somewhat tired of sushi… heresy, I know ☺️. Shiima isn’t a fan of sushi but really enjoys Japanese cuisine and it was her idea to…

Stork Restaurant Review

Stork is an instagram-ready restaurant in the heart of Mayfair that serves a very unique fusion of West African (Nigerian mostly), Eastern European, and modern British cuisine. Enjoy our thoughts, with lots of food pictures.

Fatt Pundit Review

Fatt Pundit is an Indo Chinese restaurant in Soho serving a unique fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine. We love Indian and Chinese food, so this was the perfect restaurant after about a month off foodie-ing while I completed my law exams.

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.

January Eats 2019

It’s a new year, which means a whole new series of our Monthly Eats Vlog Series, where we talk about all the food, restaurants, and food festivals we enjoyed in the previous month. First one up is January Eats 2019. The Restaurants You can always read our full reviews of each restaurant by following 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…

The Modern Pantry Review – First Impressions

The Modern Pantry is an elegant restaurant in Clerkenwell with fuses everyday cooking with modern ingredients. It’s modern European cuisine from a renowned Kiwi chef, so it’s far from the norm. The Modern Pantry is another one of our Taste of London Festival revelations and after looking through their menu at the festival we were…

Ikoyi – Second Thought Review

Ikoyi is a fusion restaurant that blends West African ingredients (Nigerian, primarily) with Western cuisine for very a unique fine dining experience. Last summer I went to Ikoyi for the first time and wrote a First Impression review. As a Nigerian I was incredibly excited about a fine dining Nigerian restaurant in ST JAMES MARKET,…

Black Roe – First Impressions

Black Roe serves Hawaiian inspired food and is the sister restaurant to our favourite Chotto Matte. We definitely had to drop by to see if it matched up to our all-time fave. The restaurant When you step inside, its low lit with a poke bar on one side by the entrance, the bar on the…

First Impressions – Berber & Q

Berber & Q is a grill house with Middle Eastern/North African influences under railway arches in East London (E8). The restaurant takes no reservations which means there’s usually a queue, I really hate this 😤! We planned to arrive as soon as it opened for dinner (6pm) but that didn’t go to plan (my fault,…