Bubblewrap Waffles

Food courtesy of Bubblewrap Written by Reuben (@reubenwee91) Bubblewrap has been making the popular Hong Kong egg waffles in London since 2015 and has now officially opened a store at Wardour Street within Chinatown (Such a strategic and convenient location)! Tony and Sunny lead a small close-knit team with their venture. Incredibly inspiring people who…

Amanzi Tea

History and background: Drinks courtesy of Amanzi Tea.  With over 150 different types of loose-leaf tea, Amanzi Tea hosts one of the widest range of premium quality unique blends in London. Amanzi offers a range of white, black, green and exotic teas. Matcha latte and Matcha frappes also highlight the menu, a range from super-detoxing…

Yauatcha [Desserts]

History and Background: 1 Michelin Star Desserts courtesy of Yauatcha Soho. For an introduction into Yauatcha, see here. Its a rarity to see the combination of Chinese dim sum and European patisserie work together, and Yauatcha is a true example of this. This distinctive trait is what sets Yauatcha apart from the rest, a characteristic worthy of its…

Biju Bubble Tea Room

History and background: Drinks courtesy of Biju Bubble Tea. For those who know me, you would remember when I would fanatically queue up for Chatime weekly due to consistent cravings for some Milk tea… those days were long gone once I found out how unhealthy those drinks really were. By word of mouth however, friends…

Flesh & Buns (desserts only)

See the full meal review on Flesh and Buns here. Once I saw the Kinako doughnuts on the menu I knew I had to return and try, I’m not a fan of doughnuts but anything to do with roasted soybean (kinako)….I’m there. Below is a breakdown of the desserts you can get at F&B, (less…

Gelatorino

History and Background: Gelatorino knows how to keep high quality gelato fresh by having them scooped straight from pozzettis (lidded steel tubs). Centrally located, at the heart of West End, with some of the top theatres within walking distance, Gelatorino pulls people in with their signature gelatos such as the coffee-flavoured ‘Breakfast in Turin‘ and…

Shackfuyu (Desserts only)

History and Background: (I’ve talked about Flesh and Buns which is also under Ross Shonhan here) It was first introduced as a Bone Daddies pop-up meaning that its not here to stay for long (12 months in fact), with the name of the restaurant deriving from ‘Shack’, I guess, meaning a ‘Shack’ and fuyu which…