Untitled Bar Dalston – The Moon Garden

Nothing brings people together in Japan like Yakitori (やきとり/ fire grill chicken). These, usually intimate venues (some no greater than four or five seats), offer diners a place to unwind and enjoy an onslaught of grilled veg and meats, ice cold beers and prime viewing of grill masters at work. With all this in mind…

Hungry in Bologna – The unofficial guide

With the on-going doom and gloom of the impending Brexit decision there’s never been a better time to hop on a flight and celebrate all that our European cousins have to offer. And with sub £50 return fares to Bologna, this Mecca of food, history and culture is surprisingly overlooked by the masses of tourists…

The Ned – An evening in Manhattan

Bank, the heart of the square mile, is a pulsating intersection that manages a constant flow of Routemasters and footfall from all over the City of London. Here some of the U.K.’s most historic buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with striking modern architecture, an eclectic mix that combines old and new, reminiscent of scenes from…

La Farola Cafe – Upper Street

After a fantastic dining experience at Tuyo, Hackney we were eager to visit sister restaurant La Farola Cafe which, also under the guise of Chef Ricardo, offers a tapas menu to be marvelled. With the feel of a local hangout, La Farola leverages quality local and Spanish produce, bringing a taste of Espana to hungry…

Wright Brothers Spitalfields – Bombay Sapphire Terrace

We all love a trip to Spitalfields. Whether its browsing market stalls, sampling authentic street food, exporing the surrounding Shoreditch or all of the above. And with the introduction of The Kitchens providing new locations for existing London restaurants and a permenant home for graduating street food vendors, there’s even more to explore under one…

The Smallest Chef In The World Comes To London

Following its hugely successful launch in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates, Dinner Time Story, a new and entirely innovative dining concept based around the culinary exploits of a diminutive animated chef, has brought its multisensorial projector-based dinner show to London. Launching last Friday at TT Liquor in Shoreditch, Le Petit Chef – In The…