Herculean Burger for Hercules

FLORENTINE BAR AND RESTAURANT, LAMBETH: THE MOST INSANE BURGER I'VE EVER HAD FULL STOP. This restaurant is in an upscale hotel and has a lovely, cosy setting perfect for a couple or a nice catch up with a group of friends like we did. With a wide variety of classic brunch options, drinks and a nice … Continue reading Herculean Burger for Hercules

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co

BUBBA GUMP, LEICESTER SQUARE: Bubba Gump is a multi-national shrimp chain inspired by the award winning, Forrest Gump movie! Dining here was such a happy and fun experience that left me with a little food coma-ed from all the delicious, American guilty pleasures that we all crave once in a while. A must go for shrimp/seafood … Continue reading Bubba Gump Shrimp Co

Kahve Dunyasi, A Turkish Cafe

KAHVE DUNYASI, MAYFAIR: I've had my fair share of English/Melbourne Cafes, but this Turkish cafe was definitely a unique experience. Having never tried a Middle Eastern type dessert place, I was very excited to try this out and could not have been happier to have done so! In a brightly lit, cosy place on Piccadilly, right … Continue reading Kahve Dunyasi, A Turkish Cafe

Pigging out at Oink

OINK, OLD TOWN: I promised foreign food fantasies, and started with posts in London, but now we journey to Edinburgh! The beautiful city in Scotland, walking through Edinburgh just made me feel like I was in a huge castle with Gothic buildings everywhere and just an entire feeling of grandeur - but I won't get carried … Continue reading Pigging out at Oink

A Window into Fine Dining

GALVIN AT WINDOWS, HILTON PARK LANE: Happy to have another Michelin restaurant in London under my belt, without having to splurge ridiculously. Galvin at Windows, under the head chef, Joo Won, has a French-inspired menu with beautiful, fine dining atmosphere up in the sky at the Hilton, Park Lane. The 28th floor restaurant has lovely, floor … Continue reading A Window into Fine Dining

Roman Pizza

PIZZA UNION, KING'S CROSS: A popular, convenient pizza place located right next to the bustling crowds of King's Cross, Pizza Union was a fun, cheap way to enjoy Roman pizza. For those uncertain, Roman pizza features an extremely thin, widely stretched base due to the addition of olive oil, which Napolean pizza traditionally doesn't use. This … Continue reading Roman Pizza

Seeking out Spain

BARRAFINA, SOHO: My first official Michelin starred restaurant! Woohoo - this is one of the most hyped places in London, well known for its amazingly authentic Spanish tapas and the line up that starts before it opens. With several branches all over Central London, Barrafina fell, unfortunately, just short of my expectations, which were probably exceedingly … Continue reading Seeking out Spain

Chocolate High Tea!

R CHOCOLATE, BELGRAVIA: Just when you thought afternoon teas couldn't get any better for dessert lovers, R Chocolate, has created a chocolate-exclusive high tea for those who just can't get enough! After a brisk stroll through the quiet neighbourhood of Belgravia, we arrived in front of the R Chocolate shop front, which is decorated with sparkly, … Continue reading Chocolate High Tea!

Plenty at Padella

PADELLA, BOROUGH MARKET: OMG! This pasta place is heaven... cheap, speedy and most importantly, some of the best pasta I've ever had, Padella is really quite an incredible restaurant. Always expect a line before the restaurant even opens so make sure to get there early - but any wait is well worth it. Given that the … Continue reading Plenty at Padella

Ultimate Luxury at the Ritz

THE RITZ HOTEL, PICCADILLY: Located in perhaps one of the most affluent areas in London, our evening here was definitely one to remember. This was the ultimate treat-yo-self day for me! You can't go to London without having a high tea, and where else can you go high other than the one of the most iconic … Continue reading Ultimate Luxury at the Ritz