Southbank Food Market

This post will not be laid out in its usual formality but rather a mosaic style review over Peonie and Steph’s (@cameraeats1st) attendance at the Southbank Centre Food Market 1st birthday festival. Here’s a run down of what they ate! One of the main food markets, Southbank Centre Food Market, in London, recently had its…

The Lexington

History and Background: Meal courtesy of The Lexington Home to a variety of gigs and a foundation for all things social, The Lexington pub is popular favourite situated on 96 Pentonville Road. The lounge bar/ main bar is open to the public and is free entry, the gigs and events are usually held in the…

Mien Tay

History and Background:  Meal courtesy of Mien Tay (Battersea) It was actually back at the end of November when I visited Mien Tay but has been caught up in the midst of all the backlog I’ve had since. A family run restaurant rich with tradition in the heart of Clapham. UK residents far and wide…

Shanghai Supper Club

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Shanghai Supper Club Supper club reviews are becoming more of a frequent appearance on eatwithsteph and with so many reasons for this. They are addictive. With many predicting this is the new thing for 2016 – why you say? People need different dining experiences. It’s not just sitting in…

Sake no Hana (Sakura Menu)

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Sake No Hana and some photos are provided by Sarah, Fia and Peonie A sushi fine dining establishment set in the centre of Mayfair. Revolving doors and centrally lined escalators at its foyer lead us to an elegantly designed interior, bamboo lines up the walls with pseudo-screened windows to facade…