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Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Delightful Indian street food at Soho Wala

Today we’re heading into Soho on a crisp and chilly autumn day. I love this time of year – an excuse to get out all your winter gear you haven’t worn since last time and start to embrace the run up to Christmas – something London does spectacularly. Oh and it’s also an excuse to […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Tasty Sicilian delicacies at Norma in Charlotte Street

Today we’re heading for Charlotte Street – one of my very favourite London streets. It’s lined with restaurants and bars in so many shapes and forms, I always say that if I ever left London and came back for a visit, Charlotte Street is the place I’d like to stay. It’s just off Oxford Street, […]

Food and Travel, Travel, Travel in Europe

Travel: The fabulous food of Malaga

Welcome back to beautiful Malaga. In our short stay in this vibrant city we managed to enjoy some really amazing food. From much-loved traditional classics to cleverly creative dishes, it was an overall delicious experience. Spain is well known for its outstanding food. There are over 50 Michelin-star restaurants in the country (seven of them […]

Travel, Travel in Europe

Travel: What to do in Malaga

So it’s that time again…when the English weather is getting you down and the call of Spain is just too strong. One of the many great things about living in London is that you’re so close to so many places and it can be really cheap to get there. Which is why we try to […]

Recipes

Cooking great new dishes at the Kitchen Aid Experience Store

I’m always up for trying out new recipes and kitchen appliances and gadgets so I was very excited today to be heading for the Kitchen Aid Experience Store & Showroom in London’s rather swish Wigmore Street. Kitchen Aid is celebrating its 100th birthday (the original stand mixer was first brought out in 1919 would you […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Tasty tapas at Vermuteria in stylish Coal Drops Yard

I love the way that London constantly changes with new places and rejuvenated areas popping up regularly. Like Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross which opened last November. You can read all about the history of the place and my delightful tapas lunch at Barrafina, by clicking┬áhere. Today it’s time for more tapas. This time […]