Heliot Steakhouse Afternoon Tea

Meal courtesy of Heliot Steak House written by Tessa @delicatessaa If you’re looking for somewhere to take the special man in your life or just an alternative to your usual finger sandwiches and clotted cream scones then look no further for an exciting new afternoon tea experience. Heliot Steak House is hidden away within the Hippodrome Casino…

NY Fold

Meal courtesy of NY Fold Attended and written by Ed @onehungryasian London is pretty spoilt for pizza these days. You’ve got to contend with the old school classics; the guilty pleasure takeaways; the street food stalwarts going London-wide with multiple stores; newcomers with black charcoal based pizza (gimmick or no?); and, lo and behold, an…

The Grill on the Market

History and Background: Meal courtesy of The Grill on the Market. This was already one of my favourite go-to places for lunch with close proximity to the office – The Grill on the Market has been constantly voted as one of the top places for steak in London. Alongside steak powerhouses, Gaucho and the Goodman…

Shake Shack

History and Background: Everyone knows Shake Shack, everyone’s seen Shake Shack, everyone’s probably eaten at Shake Shack. On several occasions it has been my choice of food for working lunches with Pete, Grace and Daisy. Shake Shack opened in 2004, and went big in America. 34 locations across the US, with an anticipated IPO of…

Flat Iron

History and Background: Situated on the edge of Soho – or what I just call Oxford Street. Opened for a few years, word of this place had never really gotten around as it had started as a pop-up, but now with solid ground and having gone permanent, the food has been the talk of town….

Homeslice Pizza

History and Background: A small post for a small restaurant that serves one of the largest, if not, the largest pizzas in London. This pizzeria is already very well known amongst the people in their low-mid twenties, serving American style pizza with wood-fired ovens, hand tossed, and homemade. A very trendy place, very pub-like, with beers and…

Bubba Gump Shrimp

History and background: Forest Gump fans and seafood lovers squealed of excitement when news broke out that the popular American chain Bubba Gump was coming to London. With seats for 400, spread across two floors, plus a memorabilia souvenir shop, it became an attractive and appealing place to go. An extensive range of dishes from…