Category Archives: 8/10

Live blog of Honey and Co

The last time I went to Honey and Co I euphorically declared it a 10/10 as I walked out of the door. Despite that, I still haven’t managed to blog about it, which, quite frankly, is just rude. (In fact, … Continue reading

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Cafe Murano : You Can’t Fault the Food

Although I haven’t been blogging over the last few months, I’ve still been doing a pretty good job of eating (something which came as a relief as I’d heard that some ladies go right off their food during pregnancy). I … Continue reading

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Medlar : just what you’ve been looking for?

When I’m asked to recommend a nice restaurant which won’t break the bank, chances are Medlar is the answer. If you’ve got plenty of cash to splash or if you have specific requirements as to location or cuisine, there are … Continue reading

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Shrimpy’s

Back in 2007, when I had my first short stint living in London, Kings Cross had little to offer except a train station and some hard core club nights. It was an area to steer clear of in the evenings, … Continue reading

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Salam Namaste : A Very Pleasant Surprise

Always keen to try somewhere new, I was delighted to be invited to try the new menu at Salaam Namaste in Bloomsbury, but I must admit, I wasn’t expecting much. I’d never heard of it, the website was old fashioned … Continue reading

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The Rooftop Cafe : Outdoor Dining in London Bridge

I currently have a huge backlog of wonderful meals that I want to tell you all about, I just wish I had more time. I’ve been eating out far more often than I ought to lately and I’m also really … Continue reading

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One Leicester Street : Sharing Plates & Bulgarian Wines

One Leicester Street officially opened today. Hurrah! The name may not be familiar but the location will be. It’s literally footsteps away from Leicester Square and is the restaurant formerly owned by Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver, known at St … Continue reading

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