Ethos

Meal courtesy of ETHOS Attended and written by Verna Gao While you all indulge on Christmas and wishing all the Christmas calories didn’t count, I’m here to attempt to lure you away from all the mince pies and pigs in blankets with my night of eating well at the stylish veggie/vegan heaven, located centrally and…

Est India

Meal courtesy of Est India Eaten and written by Ed @onehungryasian A sister restaurant to the more refined Mango Indian around the corner, Est India serves more “rustic” Indian dishes but with plenty of flavour attention to detail. It’s a classy restaurant but still with an intimate feel, with booths for small groups and just…

Bernardi’s London

Meal courtesy of Bernardi’s Bernardi’s is relative newcomer to the London restaurant scene having established itself in September 2015 by the Bernardi brothers. At the heart of Mayfair, affluent locals flock together to catch up over the week with glasses of prosecco and fine wine without having to travel too far. Spacious leather seating, a simplistic…

Chinese Cricket Club – Dim Sum Masterclass

Courtesy of Chinese Cricket Club Attended and written by Ed @onehungryasian and published by Steph We’re fans of Chinese Cricket Club here at Eat With Steph. We previously checked them out for their Chelsea Flower Show menu, and they impressed us then with their fresh and flavour packed dishes, all presented beautifully and with a…

The Portman

Meal courtesy of The Portman, attended by Verna Location: The location of this place is central. Just a 5 min walk behind Marble Arch Station at the end of Bond Street and next to Hyde Park. Venue: Upon arrival, the place was visibly busy on a Wednesday, as downstairs was a pub set-up and had…

Mango Indian

Meal courtesy of Mango Tree, attended by Ed @onehungryasian London Bridge isn’t exactly lacking for food options. Aside from the obvious Borough Market, there’s a wealth of restaurants tucked in and around the area, ones that you will have walked past and not paid attention to in your rush to get to the doughnuts or…

Benihana

Meal courtesy of Benihana UK Event attended and written by @onehungryasian and published by Steph Benihana is one of those iconic restaurants that you often see pop up in movies or cartoons, with chefs spinning spatulas, fires being lit across the table top and showmanship all around as the chefs attempt to spin bowls filled…

Zizzi

Meal courtesy of Zizzi’s  Written by Verna, published by Steph If you live in the UK and you haven’t heard of Zizzi, then you should get outta here! I must admit, I did not have a great last encounter. However, that was almost 4 years ago, and when I looked at their menu online I…

Le Garrick

Meal courtesy of Le Garrick Attended by me! History and Background: An iconic French restaurant in the heart of Covent Garden My colleagues and I celebrated Bastille’s Day at Le Garrick, a restaurant that I’ve heard of through word of mouth but never had a chance to visit. A very easy find, situated close to…

Vicino

Italian – that’s all I need to say. Ed @onehungryasian covers Vicino in Parsons Green.

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…