London

Codebreaking and Cocktails at The Bletchley, London

Throughout my childhood, I went on approximately 18 million school trips to Bletchley Park. It’s the only place of real historic importance within my hometown of Milton Keynes, a city that celebrated its 50th birthday this year, and as it…

Hobart

Five Places That Prove Hobart, Tasmania is a Food Lover’s Paradise

I’d heard on the grapevine before arriving in Tasmania that Hobart is a bit of a unknown foodie gem, but nothing could have prepared me for the unbelievable food I had for almost every meal during my visit. I indulged…

London

Dinner at The Diner, Islington

My favourite sorts of people to go out to eat with are those who also want to try everything on the menu, and think it’s a good idea to dump everything in the middle of the table so nobody gets…

Luxembourg City

A Beautiful Breakfast at Bloom, Luxembourg City

Luxembourg is small. It’s easily forgotten, sandwiched in between its shiny neighbours of France, Belgium and Germany, so I didn’t expect all that much. I’ve never heard of specific cuisine from the country, but after some surprisingly delicious finds recently…

Bucharest

The Best Places to Eat in Bucharest, Romania

Romania isn’t really known as a culinary destination, an although I loved my recent trip to Bucharest, the food on offer wasn’t necessarily the main highlight. That being said, we find some great little places in the city’s Old Town…

London

Brunch at Jar Kitchen, Covent Garden

*NOTE: Jar Kitchen is now permanently closed* A stone’s throw away from unbearably busy Covent Garden piazza is Drury Lane. Saint-like calm in comparison to its neighbour, it’s home to the beautiful greenhouse style facade of the Royal Opera House,…

Hong Kong

Three Awesome and Affordable Places to Eat in Hong Kong

  Hong Kong has strong elements of London’s vibe, with food trends and brunch culture being alive and well. Each time I’ve been to Hong Kong I’ve been overwhelmed by where to eat, because generally, you can’t really go wrong.…

Sydney

Brunch at Fika Swedish Kitchen, Sydney

My first trip to Manly, a suburb north of central Sydney, came on a day when the weather wasn’t quite right. Both times I’ve visited Australia it’s just so happened to fall at the end of summer, so it’s a…

London

Shakshuka Brunch at Cafe Loren, Camden

I do all I can to avoid Camden Town on a Saturday. Being one of London’s most accessibly eclectic areas, it draws in huge crowds with its outrageous 3D store facades, bizarre street performers and cheap ‘alternative’ tat available the…