Jinjuu

If you like Korean food, or are looking to try it, there is possibly nowhere better to head in London that will give you deliciousness in a great environment, at an amazing price. Jinjuu means ‘pearl’ in Korean, and it certainly is a gem! Opened in Soho in 2015, I have been meaning to get around to it for a… Read more →

Black Roe

Opened in March, Black Roe poke bar & grill (pronounced po-kay), is the new venture behind the brilliant minds at one of my favourites, Chotto Matte: Kurt Zdesar (of Ping Pong fame). The restaurant is hidden away on tiny Mill Street just behind the hustle and bustle of New Bond Street in Mayfair. Formerly the site was home to ‘demon chef’… Read more →

Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf

I was always determined that for me ‘turning 30’ wouldn’t be this awful thing that everyone dreaded. And when I turned 30, I think I possibly celebrated more times than the queen! Starting with a night out in Amsterdam (Awards event at the Koepelkerk, Champagne at the Okura, Dancing like maniacs at Air), followed by a best friends wedding, a… Read more →

Winter Sun in Tenerife

As the winter chill set in this January, after a relatively mild and pleasant Christmas, we began to feel the familiar itch of needing to leave the country for a while. Winter sun is always a welcome respite, and everyone will have their own idea of what is best, whether skiing in the cold but sunny mountains, or finding a… Read more →

Angler

Angler is a discreet, lovely restaurant above the fabulous South Place Hotel, near London’s Liverpool Street station in the heart of the city. Having spent much time in the bar downstairs, I finally got to try the michelin starred delight twice in a month! Both times taking some very special people (you know who you are!). I was delighted to… Read more →

INK

INK restaurant in the up and coming Bethnal Green area, is going places. From the beginning when I booked, I was not sold… I found the restaurant as a very good Groupon deal, and the food looked too pretty to ignore, but I had my doubts. Especially when I had some booking problems, my pessimistic side was preparing me for… Read more →

California Road Trip!

I have been to California numerous times in my life, as my sister moved there when I was young. So I grew up visiting great spots like Manhattan Beach, Disneyland and Universal Studios – any young kid’s dream. As it came to planning our next holiday, I really wanted to take ze German to Las Vegas, as he wasn’t convinced… Read more →

Flesh & Buns

Last summer the people behind Bone Daddies ramen shop in Soho opened up a new phenomenon; Flesh & Buns. I was super excited to hear about this, since there is nothing more satisfying than a really good steamed bun. It took me a while, but at one point we found ourselves in Covent Garden and hungry… and I knew just where… Read more →

Steak of the Art

I have been hoarding a few Bristol hotspots, to write a single article on the city that I frequent now and then for work. But after a particularly delicious evening the other week I have decided just to share what I have and do a guide later! After a long work day I agreed to meet colleagues for dinner at… Read more →

Burmese Pop-Up

Saturday night, I was invited by Mrs Jonas to join her for a fabulous Burma Street Kitchen pop up in Hackney. I have eaten Burmese food only once, during our trip to Chiang Mai last year, and it was delicious. So I was keen to try it again when Mrs J told me she had won some tickets and  her last… Read more →

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