Waffle On at Maltby Street Market, Southwark

Maltby Street Market is without a doubt one of London’s best kept food secrets. Opening in 2010, the market is just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of Southbank and is a tasty mixture of diverse cuisines from all over the globe.   The place has a certain rustic charm about it,…

Festive Feels at M Restaurant, Victoria

Instead of presents this year, my boyfriend and I decided we would go out for a lovely Christmas meal instead. We wanted to eat somewhere that we wouldn’t choose usually, and so we went through the entire ‘star deals’ section on the Bookatable app (which we highly recommend btw).  After a few days messaging backwards…

The Englishman’s Italian: Bunga Bunga, Battersea

Girl’s Night Out. Anyone who’s watched Sex and the City will know about Girl’s Night… 5 best friends, fashion forward outfits, food in lavish restaurants, fruity cocktails, dancing til the early hours. GNO. Bunga Bunga, based on Battersea Bridge Road is a lively wining and dining experience that captures all we want and look for…

Patisserie Lila, Borough Market

I arrived a bit early for Sunday Brunch with one of my best friends who’d popped down from Manchester for the weekend. I scouted the area around Borough Market and this place jumped out – it’s really cute, kitch and has that cafe culture which I love about London. Also, the cakes in the window…

Simply Indian, Simply Fantastic

When Simply Indian invited us via Instagram to come down and taste their Thali, a selection of different Indian dishes, we were so excited. What can beat the nation’s favourite food, curry? Running for over 17 years and having won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award 4 years in a row, we had high expectations….

Eat Asia Night Food Market, Peckham

One of the many things we love about London is the many street food stalls and markets that pop up all over the place. Multiple food vendors in one location – what could be better than that?! We heard about the Eat Asia Night Food Market from Time Out London and went to the website…