MEATliquor MEATliquor

MEATliqour is burger-centric, highly sought after and the inevitable queues are made my more so by the fact that the restaurant doesn’t take reservations.

Ink Ink

Ink is a Nordic-inspired restaurant serving aesthetically beautiful food in a minimalist environment. Its head chef, Martyn Meid, works to produce food that ‘connects people with space, plate and emotion’.

Clerkenwell & Social Clerkenwell & Social

Whilst cocktails provide the main draw, the generous al fresco seating on the cobbles of St Johns Square are deliciously tempting on a sunny day.

Clerkenwell & Social
Wild Honey Wild Honey

A drenching pool of burrata with pear is cleansing and cooling, and wetter than April. A finger of eel is lacquered with a punchy spice mix, its sweetness humming with pickled kohlrabi.

Wild Honey
Modern European
The Biscuiterie The Biscuiterie

The naturally gluten free macarons from The Biscuiterie are made using the French meringue method and are filled with either ganache, buttercream or curd.

The Biscuiterie
Patisserie / Product Review
Ergon Ergon

There’s something brilliant about the idea of Greek food, of sun-drenched Kalamata olives baking under a Mediterranean sky to be picked by lithe, golden-skinned Athenians.

Tom’s Kitchen – Canary Wharf Tom’s Kitchen – Canary Wharf

The concrete seems unblemished, like someone took a look at the bodies and decided they would be better at the bottom of the river – Tom’s Kitchen is all blond wood and no hot blood.

Tom's Kitchen - Canary Wharf
Brasserie / British
The Rosebery at Mandarin Oriental The Rosebery at Mandarin Oriental

The tiered tea stands are hung like birdcages on bronze branches, strengthening the feeling of being in a fairytale garden, and their edible contents are exceptional.

The Rosebery at Mandarin Oriental
Afternoon Tea
Afternoon Tea

The Wellesley


I’m constantly surprised by how much I love a good afternoon tea, a fact that means that it tends to feature quite heavily on my blog. Out of all the dozens upon dozens of scones, finger sandwiches and miniature cakes I’ve tried, I have my favourites – a mental list in my mind that I keep returning to, and the ones that I would recommend in an instant. The afternoon tea at The Wellesley is one such that is full of delightful little treats, that I’m happy to whole heartedly recommend.




Inspired by the banquets of the Indian Royal Court, the food is cooked in traditional clay ovens in the open kitchen before being sent out to be considered, evaluated and then devoured.