Our party of four decided to celebrate a birthday at the Wellington Lounge in the Intercontinental Hotel, having scrawled through the web for the “right” place to enjoy a luxurious but not bank breaking afternoon tea. It wasn’t our first choice but nonetheless it hit the right spots. There are many names along Piccadilly that […]Read more "The Wellington Lounge, Park Lane [Afternoon Tea]"
A work lunch led me to this popular pizza joint at East Dulwich. This once hipster pizzeria originated in the, formally, dingy depths of Brixton Village but now finds itself in every neighborhood imaginable, even Westfield! They are famed for their sourdough Neapolitan pizza, that is “highly digestible” and homely in appearance. We ordered three […]Read more "Franco Manca, East Dulwich [Pizza]"
Sometimes I go out of my way for food, this was one of those cases! Craving a good Malaysian we traveled out from Bank to satisfy those cravings. Malaysian food in London has yet to have its big stage yet so places are either clustered around Bayswater or dotted around London. First impressions, love the […]Read more "Satay House, Paddington [Malaysian]"
Bangkok boasts to be the first Thai restaurant in London having opened its doors in 1967! However, this is the first time I’ve been but it feels like nothing would have changed since they opened back in the 60s. The menu looks more Pan-Asian, with a Thai focus, than simply Thai. Though the decor is […]Read more "Bangkok, South Kensington [Thai]"
Having been to the now defunct St. Giles branch, many years ago, I was surprised to find that they had relocated to Waterloo. The blame coming down to Crossrail’s mass exodus of the Koreantown in St. Giles and now Po Cha finds solace in the rather eclectic Lower Marsh in Waterloo. On my visit they had […]Read more "Po Cha, Waterloo [Korean]"