Jun Ming Xuan

Meal courtesy of Jun Ming Xuan Attended by me! History and Background: Nestled within several residential flats and a couple of minutes away from Colingdale station, Jun Ming Xuan isn’t your local Chinatown stop off for some earthly dim sum, but yet it certainly draws in the crowd on a typical sunday for families and…

Squirrel

Meal courtesy of We are Squirrel Event attended and reviewed by Steph (@cameraeatsvegan) and published by Steph (me!) History & Background: Squirrel assures that it is ‘Nuts about Health’, and champions a provision of healthy and fresh alternatives for the ‘Grab and Go’ market. Its location is a 2 minute walk away from South Kensington…

Circus

Meal courtesy of Circus Event attended by Ed T @onehungryasian and published by Steph History and Background: London has restaurants and theatre acts by the dozen, and venues that combine the two are popping up throughout the city. Circus, hidden away in Covent Garden, is one such place that describes itself as a “cabaret restaurant”…

Aubaine UK

Meal courtesy of Aubaine Attended and written by Daisy, @petitediningroom and published by Steph History and background: Aubaine is a classic, elegant Parisian salon with a relaxed ambience. A chic contemporary French restaurant, boulangerie and patisserie serving simple, classic dishes with 9 branches in London and 2 branches in Dubai, whereby most are located in…

The Painted Heron

Meal courtesy of the Painted Heron. Bloggers event attended and written by Bella H, reviewed by Steph  History and Background: The painted Heron describes itself as a “Contemporary dining room with upscale Indian menu and an outdoor cigar lounge.” It’s slightly off the beaten track on a quiet corner on riverside Cheyne Walk in Chelsea. It…

Clutch Chicken

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Clutch Chicken Clutch Chicken is a restaurant with true wit, chicken jokes on blackboards and puns aligning the menu, enticing you to grab your chicken fix for the night. Joined the craze in 2014 with a hub in Haggerston, Brits continuous love for fried chicken have now transcended to making…

Dumpling Shack

It’s been a very long time since I’ve done a write up of my own free will and not a “review” that was formally requested. You can almost say I feel some sort of liberation writing this post, I would never call myself a food critic and I do cringe at the words food review…

Sheba

Meal courtesy of Sheba Brick Lane Reviewed and written by Ed from @onehungryasian, published and edited by Steph Brick Lane shouts one thing at you, almost quite literally if you walk down it, as the different restaurants try and entice you in with free drinks, 20% off and set menus that will make you question…