I realise it’s been a while not just since I’ve posted, but since I have done a review of a restaurant. Not that I haven’t been stuffing my face, but honestly I’ve gotten lazy. But enough about that, I’m back and now that I am leaving London (I know…so sad!) I’ve marked tons of places […]
When I go on holiday, the most important thing to me is FOOD! I don’t mind if it’s a hole in the wall or some place nicer (maybe not too nice, cause I’m not made of money), but I love trying local food and the best a country (or city) has to offer and Malta […]
I’ve been wanting to check this place out for ages, but I am so happy I finally have! The Quince Tree Cafe is located inside Clifton Nurseries, which basically means you get to eat surrounded by beautiful greenery and flowers in the middle of London. You would never realise there is a restaurant hidden inside, […]
All I did for my 5 days in Bay Area was eat and chill and one of my favourite places I stuffed myself with was a popping brunch place in San Jose called The Breakfast Club. My friend and I tried to come here the day before and there was at least an hour wait, […]
It’s been a while since I’ve shared my thoughts on a place to eat in London and what better way to catch up with good friends over gourmet BBQ! After we did a bit of indoor rock climbing we were all definitely ready for some drinks and grub.
When I asked around for recommendations to my friends who had went on the India trek organised by the Indians in our class, the number one suggestion was definitely to eat at Indian Accent. So of course I grabbed my travel party for a fancy meal with some wine, a nice change of pace […]
I’ve been in a cooking frenzie lately and absolutely loved my experience in Thailand at Silom Cooking School, so of course my friends and I got another lesson in the local cuisine in Morocco! Cafe Clock is both a cafe and cooking school that attracts the foreigner crowd, which was apparently opened by a Brit.
My newest favorite activity to do while on holidays is cooking classes. What better way to experience a culture than through their food? And that is exactly what I did on my first trip to Thailand, learn how to make some of their most famous dishes (and then eat them!)
Bone Daddies is famous for it’s Japanese ramen (which I still have yet to try), but they have also opened up 2 other restaurants: Flesh & Buns and Shackfuyu. I loved Flesh & Buns, so had to try their Shackfuyu out too! This restaurant serves izakaya western-inspired Japanese dishes.