Japan

Nine Amazing Street Foods You Should Eat in Japan

  Japan, to my surprise, isn’t really a street food country. World-famous for its cuisine, I was surprised that there wasn’t stall after stall of vendors selling their wares in every city we visited, especially since nearby South Korea is…

London

An Indian Brunch at Cinnamon Bazaar, Covent Garden

Brunch in London can be a stressful affair. The city’s obsession means you often need to book weeks in advance or queue with the masses to get your bacon and bellini fix. On a rare, quiet Sunday, our only plans…

London

Steak Frites at Flat Iron, Denmark St

  There’s a whole heap of places on my London to-eat list that I haven’t made it to yet because I just cannot be arsed to queue. Gradually, no-reservation eateries are starting to become less rare, but I do get…

Hong Kong

Three Ways to Eat Dim Sum in Hong Kong

Dim sum was my first foray into Chinese food, way back when I was still a fussy eater (can you believe I was ever anything but a never-ending stomach?!). It’s bite-sized food filled with all sorts of delicious things; it’s canapés…

Kobe

Eating Kobe Beef in Japan at Wakkoqu, Kobe

As much as a country may be well known for certain dishes, if you dig a little deeper, you’ll always find regional specialities that locals are super proud of. Here in the UK we have exactly that, from Yorkshire puddings…

London

Breakfast at Sunrise at Duck & Waffle, London

I’m not a morning person, which is predominantly why it’s taken me so long to getting around to having one of London’s most iconic breakfast spots. Duck & Waffle, at the top of the Heron Tower in the City, is…

Paris

An Indulgent Brunch at Angelina, Paris

Finding the place to eat the famous foods of Paris is like finding a needle in a haystack. There’s baguettes and macaroons and red wine on every corner, but that obviously doesn’t mean it’s good, which is why I insisted on…

Paris

One Day in Paris: Where to Eat Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Gosh, we’re lucky here in the UK. The fact that a casual day trip over to France is a) feasible and b) affordable, is a luxury that I certainly don’t take advantage of enough. With Eurostar pinging you straight from…

London

Rotisserie Chicken and Deep Fried Courgetti at Chicken Society, Finchley Central

  Not a week goes by that I don’t hear about a new place to eat in South London. I’m not talking about London Bridge or even Brixton – I mean places that I never go to: Dulwich, Peckham, Tooting.…