The pace of exciting new restaurant openings in London is faster than I can follow. Especially since I started blogging, it’s as if I’ve grown a finely-tuned radar that detects them. It’s basically my superpower. So it’s no surprise that my London Restaurant Top 10 is constantly changing. In this post, I share my top 10 of places I’ve been as well as those that are still on my wish list.
Last week I was invited to the launch of a new Portuguese restaurant called Caco & Co. The invitation got me thinking about Portuguese restaurants in London, where are they and which is the best? To answer the question, I took my Portuguese bestie and my father with me to try out three of London’s most talked about Portuguese restaurants. Here’s what I found…
StreetXO is the new sister restaurant to the Madrid outpost by three-Michelin-star Spanish Chef David Muñoz. It’s easy to see why his food gets so much attention. Red sauce splashed across the plate like a mafia massacre of blood and bone. Crunchy pigs ears…
Twist is a popular local restaurant in Marylebone, serving quality tapas with a modern twist in a warm and unpretentious setting.
So what does it take to impress today’s Instagram-seen-it-all generation? Try Macau, the former Portuguese colony turned gambling mega-city, a place so ridiculously extravagant that even a Sheikh would raise his eyebrows.
A babymoon may be a millennial thing, but it’s a great idea for anyone who is expecting. Read for my tips and thoughts on planning a babymoon, from choosing where to go to where to stay.
Comparing skincare products is actually a lot less straightforward than it should be. Different sizes and product packaging make price cross-comparisons difficult, while there remains a significant lack of transparency over what goes into them…
Some people buy cars, I buy plane tickets and hotel rooms. This post is part of a monthly Travel Link Up where the topic is travel luxuries. From visiting “the beach” to staying in a $4 billion hotel, here are 10 of my best luxury travel moments.
Opera houses are struggling to attract millennials through their doors. But why? Many millennials still believe three myths to be true about the opera: that it is boring, old-fashioned and expensive. While it’s true that some operas can be all of those things, it can also be thrilling, modern and cheap!
Yashin Ocean House – famous for their no soy concept – introduced a new menu at the start of 2018. Key changes include new meat dishes, the introduction of a California roll, and unusual flavour combinations, even by their standards. Despite the quirks and contradictions, combining traditional Japanese methods with more European ingredients, Yashin stand out as one of the best Japanese sushi restaurants in London.