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…

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…

Tang London

Meal courtesy of Tang London Eaten/ attended by Ed @onehungryasian  Tucked away near Tottenham Court Road – this Fitzrovia noodle bar is well worth seeking out to satisfy that noodle craving. In its small but comfortable setting, Tang’s menu encompasses everything from its small plates of dumplings, bao and fried chicken, to bowls of soupy…

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…

Ma’ Plucker

Meal courtesy of Ma’ Plucker Attended and written by Vicky – http://dalton-banks.co.uk/ Fried chicken has really taken off in London. And I definitely like the trend – I am always happy to eat chicken! To continue my research I recently went to try what Ma’Plucker in Soho’s had to offer. We walked in on a heaving…

Yauatcha

History and Background: 1 Michelin Star Meal courtesy of Yauatcha Soho. The dim sum at Yauatcha represents an oasis of calm and beauty within the vibrant city of London. Opened in 2004, it’s no stranger to the Chinese dining scene, with a recent new opening of its second branch within The City, Liverpool Street. Below, a…

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…

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…

Kyoto Sushi

History and Background: Whilst there’s not much I can find about its owners, Kyoto is known for excellent quality and value for money. This restaurant can easily be missed when you’re passing by Romilly Street. Its plain external decor acts a facade to the intimate and homely interior. The food is predominantly Japanese, but there…

Princi

History and Background: A casual yet bustling setting, Princi has been around since 2008, its huge windows and sleek marble design accentuates the classiness of Milanese cuisine. A popular bakery chain founded by Alan Yau (my idol) – it has been a popular choice for quick eats, post theatre meals or long due meet-ups. Cakes, savoury pasties, salads,…

Gelupo

History and Background: Opened in 2010. Owned by the same person who runs Bocca Di Lupo across the road, is a gelateria that claims to be London’s finest. Jacob Kennedy uses Italian and British ingredients to produce the creamiest, most dense ice-cream you can encounter in London. As one of the youngest chefs in the…

Snowflake Gelato

History and background: *Winner of Great Taste Awards 2013 & 2014 Snowflake Gelato opened their Soho counterpart in September 2013. Its opening had an influx of visitors, with consumers eager to get their taste buds on the new trendy dessert counter in town. Snowflake really accentuates the fact that it is authentic, using only the…