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.…

Melbourne

My Three Favourite Brunch Spots in Melbourne, Australia

Brunch has become a staple part of my social life at home in London, but the Australians really nailed it first. I’m not a smashed avo on toast cliché, but early mornings aren’t my thing either so this new tradition…