RESTAURANT REVIEW | Bala Baya, London – A real find!
★★★★★| Bala Baya, Southwark, London A real find in the restaurant scene is Bala Baya. It’s a real find because it’s tucked away in a spot hard to find and it’s a real find because it’s extremely delicious. A few minutes walk from Southwark tube station in the revitalised railway arches now chock a block […]
RESTAURANT REVIEW | Arabica, London – fresh, delicious and very very good food
★★★★ | Arabica, Kings Cross, London The Kings Cross neighbourhood continues its renaissance with more and more shops and restaurants opening up, and with new apartment and offices sprouting up like weeds. Also new to this area is Arabica. Arabica, situated on a corner facing the establishing and pleasantly calm, green space known as Lewis […]
RESTAURANT REVIEW | The Halal Guys, London
★★★★ | The Halal Guys, London The restaurants in and around Leicester Square are there mostly to feed people on the way to the theatre, movies, clubs, or whatever. But there is a new guy in town that will make your journey on to somewhere else quicker, friendlier, faster and more delicious. The Halal Guys […]
RESTAURANT REVIEW | Delicatessen, London
The menu at Delicatessen is just simply amazing. And while the prices aren’t cheap cheap, it’s the amount of food given that’s generous.
RESTAURANT REVIEW | Ceru, London
★★★★☆ | Ceru, London The sun is rising over D’Arbly street in the form of new restaurant Ceru. On a street that is probably best known for the street that houses The Breakfast Club and it’s never ending queues, Ceru brings fresh and new light to this street that was once just a pass through […]
RESTAURANT REVIEW | Tabun Kitchen
★★★★ | Tabun Kitchen – Soho, an excellent new and healthy choice in Soho! Berwick Street is known for its famous market, but soon it’s going to be known as the street where Tabun Kitchen is. Located midway between the market and Oxford Street, Tabun Kitchen is a beacon of light on an otherwise dreary […]
RESTAURANT REVIEW | Del’Aziz Bermondsey Square
Not every restaurant in the Old Smoke can claim to reside on top of medieval and Roman ruins, an 18th-century burial ground and an Abbey that once rivaled Westminster’s. Del’Aziz is tucked away in the corner of a smart seven-year-old development that was once occupied by Bermondsey Abbey. Any eatery in proximity to hipster hangout […]