La Tagliata Fitzrovia Review in collaboration with @Top_London_Restaurants

  Italian restaurants are, to me, something of a tradition.  Everyone seems to have their go-to haunts (mine being Signor Sassi, Sale e Pepe and Margot) and aren’t easily coerced into a one-night affair away from the comforts and loyalty that lie with their beloved.  Cue the new Fitzrovia branch of the City’s La Tagliata…

Pastaio Review

After being royally screwed over by someone they’ve been dating for a couple of months, some people may choose to reassert their independence by going out on a rebound mission.  I, on the other hand, decided to reassert my independence in the most foodie way possible and finally going solo-dining.  I’m not entirely sure why…

Frog by Adam Handling Review

The second I heard Frog by Adam Handling was opening up in Covent Garden, I needed in.  I’d heard such good things about Frog E1 but never had the time to get over given that I live central and have a pretty hectic schedule/am a total lazy arse.  Monday night was the night.  I lost…

Pitch Stratford Review

I got into the lift of the shopping centre, excited to catch up with everyone at the @ADWAIZ influencer event, and reached the rooftop.  It was busy, the music was playing, but I couldn’t spot anyone I recognised.  After about ten minutes of wandering round like a lost puppy sniffing out the scent of good…

Potato Project Review

Potayyyto, Potahhhhhto, it’s all the same shit, yeah?  Well no, not if you’re planning on heading to Soho and tucking in at Potato Project. Now I’m not going to lie, I got this invite and was a bit like okayyyy, a restaurant that only serves baked potatoes… I would never order a baked potato in…

Zing Zing Goes Veggie/Vegan

Now, I’m sure you all know that I like a bit of Zing Zing in my life (if not then go check out this review), so when I got an email inviting me to the launch of their veggie and vegan menu I was pretty excited (but admittedly not excited as I could have been… …

Bronte Review

I wasn’t planning on doing a review on Bronte.  I mean, I’ve been there a few times before and loved the food so was planning on doing it at some point, but this particular night wasn’t the night.  Anyway, I headed over with my parents for a bite to eat since none of us could…

Breakfast at Chi Kitchen Review

If I told you that on Sunday morning I was excitedly skipping my way down Oxford Street to Debenhams before it even opened, you’d be forgiven for thinking that I was an absolute loser.  Now, throw in a bit of context (such as having been invited by Ping Coombes, winner of Masterchef 2014, to the…

The Cliff Barbados Review

The view of the lit-up, crystal clear sea water was breath-taking, the torches lining the restaurant balcony were romance at its finest, and the warm sea breeze caressing my face was the final touch to creating what was the perfect romantic date setting.  If you had a boyfriend.  Which I do not.  My romantic date…

Joe’s Southern Review

As I’m sat here on Sunday night, begrudgingly resigned to the fact that I have a mere 2 hours left before the monster that is Monday arrives, I’m reminiscing about the dinner I enjoyed at Joe’s Southern in Covent Garden earlier this week. For some unbeknown reason, despite having walked past it probably about 5,000…

Tarshish Review

After my visit to The Banc taught me to push my central London prejudices aside, I was very happy when I received an invitation to discover what their sister restaurant Tarshish had to offer.  Tarshish is a Turkish and Mediterranean, halal-friendly grill located in north London, just a 2 minute walk from Turnpike Lane tube…

The Banc Review

Hands up, I am, by my own admission, a Central London snob.  Living in the West End has turned me into a lazy foodie who is used to having everything on her doorstep, which is why when I got invited to a blogger’s brunch at The Banc on Sunday there was a resounding groan when…