Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay is a good option if you happen to be in Walthamstow just as I was one fine evening when sun was deviously shining in March in London followed by a chilly evening. Quite close to the station it is one of the best restaurants in the area but I wouldn’t go there for authentic … More Turtle Bay


Spaniards just don’t do bad food, that’s a fact! Eevery time I have been to a Spanish restaurant in London or anywhere in Spain from Barcelona, Canary Islands to Cordoba and Malaga, I have had amazing food in whichever form I checked. Boqueria is amazinggg! We headed there for a little celebration and I got a massive … More Boqueria

Hummus Bros

Hummus Bros has been on my foodar for ages and one semi hungry evening I decided to try this place since I was trying to be healthy and wasn’t in the mood for a proper meal. The cafe has a very simple vibe with a dash of hipster thrown in with communal seating and simplistic interior. … More Hummus Bros

Burnt Restaurant 

An absolute delight by any standard, Burnt Restaurant was introduced to me by a blogger friend who was aware of the awesome work done by the chef in his previous endeavors and I have to thank her for this one from the bottom of my stomach. I loved the Sunday brunch followed by a walk up the … More Burnt Restaurant 

Village East

Bermondsey High street has a great mix of places so we headed last night for a dinner to try some and finally got a place at Village East of Bermondsey. The interior was very impressive and the seating around the bar area was quite comfortable. Seeing the bartenders making cocktails is always an interesting experience … More Village East


The new Korean love I have for Koba is un-explainable but I will try my best. Located near Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road location is just perfect and the first impression is of a very chic place. Booking: Highly recommended, I booked 2 days in advance and they still only had bar area available … More Koba

Taberna do Mercado

On the hunt for some Portuguese food, I asked a few Portuguese and Brazillian friends and selected Taberna do Mercado for a dinner date. This place with a modern take on traditional Portuguese food and Nuno Mendez behind the scenes seemed very tempting. I made the reservation which was easy enough and on the day … More Taberna do Mercado


Ceviche is a sister restaurant of Andina and since our previous encounter with Andina was quite an enjoyable one, we headed to Ceviche to find a more central Peruvian food love spot. Located on Firth street the restaurant is quite simple and looks like any other Soho eatery with an interior to match but it is quite … More Ceviche

Black Cat

I am not sure how the idea of Vegan and vegetarian food being boring and utterly tasteless crept into our heads but Black Cat is a vegan warrior which will utterly change your opinion no matter how much you love meat. One grey afternoon I headed there with a friend with a lot of allergies … More Black Cat


Polpo; the only place I had to wait for on three different occasions and left because the queue was too damn long. I was smart this time and made a brunch reservation and arrived at the exact time to make sure I don’t miss it this time. The restaurant is located in Soho though they … More Polpo