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June 2018 Favourites

I realise June has been long over, but seeing as I spent two weeks of it ill and the rest catching up on life, I think I’m allowed to be a bit late! The part of June I actually managed…

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SAID dal 1923 – Soho

If you’ve ever searched online for the best hot chocolates in London, you’ll have definitely come across SAID dal 1923. A small Italian chocolate shop in the heart of Soho, this is its first international branch outside of Rome. It’s…

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May 2018 Favourites

I’m trying to think of things that happened in May, but all that’s coming to mind is the Royal Wedding. Love it or hate it, I’m happy to have any excuse for a celebration. Just can’t resist a themed party…

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Shackfuyu – Soho

Shackfuyu has been on my list ever since I caught a peek of their famous matcha ice cream dessert. I’m a HUGE fan of all things matcha so was very excited to finally have the opportunity to try it. Not…

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April 2018 Favourites

Snow last month, followed by the hottest April day in 70 years! I can’t keep up with the ridiculous U.K. weather (and you wonder why us Brits go on about it all the time). Fingers crossed the sunshine returns soon,…

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Amber – Aldgate

Amber has only been open for a few months, and I can already tell it’s going to become a firm favourite in the area. Hidden round a corner in the Goodman’s Fields development near Aldgate East station, it serves up…

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Red Rooster – Shoreditch

Already well established in Harlem, New York, Red Rooster has been brought across the pond by acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson. Think American soul-food with a few nods to Swedish cuisine (Samuelsson was raised in Sweden), as well as great decor…

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March 2018 Favourites

I thought I’d start off this blog with some of my foodie related favourites from the past month. This will be restaurants, dishes, locations or just about anything I’ve enjoyed over the past few weeks and want to share. March…

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