A foodies guide to a weekend away in Yorkshire

Londoners know this feeling: yeah, you’re all about that London life but it’s so nice getting out of the big smoke and into the countryside every now and again. Further than zone 6 you say?! No… That can’t be possible… Where are the prets? Does Ubereats deliver out here? We went to North Yokeshire for…

Girl Power at Roof East, Stratford 

I’ve never been to a Rooftop Cinema before, but living in London it’s always been on my bucket list. When I saw a viewing of Spice World being advertised I knew it was time to call all my friends together for a bit of Girl Power. Roof East is at the top of the Stratford…

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…

Bombay meets London, Dishoom King’s Cross

It’s 8pm on a nondescript Tuesday night in London. I’m walking out of Dishoom and there’s 50 person plus queue out the door… I’m thanking my past self for getting there early and walking in to find there’s a table available for us. Dishoom, on Stable Street, King’s Cross is a huge eclectic mix of…

Deliciously Ottolenghi, Belgravia

We came here by mistake. On an August’s summer morning our route driving down to Brixton was disrupted because RideLondon – one of London’s many sporting events –  meant there was road closures of all of London’s main bridges, meaning we couldn’t get south of the river. So, we parked up around Knightsbridge tube station,…

Wine & dine the night away at Dinerama, Shoreditch

We’ve seen Dinerama, hosted by Street Feast, all over our social media pages recently – and from all we’ve been hearing, Dinerama has become one of those must go places, whether that’s to spend the whole evening or stop off and eat before your night out. Open Thurs-Sun noon til late, with food, booze, and…

Why we love restaurant chains

I’ll admit it. I’m a big restaurant chain fan. Yes, I like supporting independents, and being the person to recommend new, undiscovered places, but sometimes all I want to do is catch up with a friend in the confines of somewhere I know, and know that I like (and can afford). With restaurant chains you…

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….

It’s waffle time at Pachamama, Marylebone

I came here on a Sunday with 6 of my best friends, with one mission only: bottomless brunch. Before coming I was so excited about this place, I’d already dissected the menu and planned down to a T what I was going to eat. My friends had already text me their orders. Set on Thayer…

A foodies guide to ☮ Festival Eats ☮

Nothing says ‘Great British Summer’ like a music festival. Hunter wellies, camping, the very real chance of rain. But now, festivals have become a place to try new foods and eat like a king, (or at least a rockstar). This weekend the @ldn_eats crew set off down to Lewes, East Sussex for exactly that. Brainchild…