Gyoza Bar

Meal courtesy of Gyoza Bar Written by me! When a restaurant is talking bao, ramen, gyoza and dumplings this obviously calls for a party. JT and P joined me at Gyoza Bar to try a variety of what they had to offer. Gyoza Bar is a relatively new addition to the West End scene, and…

Amici Miei

Meal courtesy of Amici Miei Written by me! Arrived to a nice surprise on a road which consists mainly of Vietnamese restaurants, conned by many as the ‘pho mile’, Amici Miei is situated just at the bottom of this road offering Italian cuisine. Amici Miei, which translates to ‘my friends’, have been around for years…

Cafe Monico

Meal courtesy of Cafe Monico Visited and reviewed by Vicky Cafe Monico is part of the Soho House Group so you know it’s going to be a polished affair. And it was. We were shown to our table on the mezzanine floor right by the window so we could watch the buses and tourists go…

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…

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…

Fetta Di Casa

Meal courtesy of Fetta Di Casa Written and attended by Ed @onehungryasian Family style dining, great food and everyone getting to know one another over a small and intimate dinner. This is proper nostalgia, memories of being back at home with the family, and remembering that often, the food comes 2nd to the people you’re…

Shikumen (Finchley Road)

Meal courtesy of Shikumen Written by Reuben @reubenwee91, published by Steph Historical Background Shikumen, when directly translated, means “stone-framed door”. In a broader context, the Shikumen actually refers to a type of architectural characteristic that originated from Shanghai, defined by the stone walls and gates of a Shikumen house. Although shikumen houses are a  part…