Tag: tapas

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Loving my first post-lockdown restaurant – Brindisa

Sorry to have been absent from blogland for so long. I hit a bit of a lockdown brain freeze. What a strange time we’ve been living in. Now London life is getting a bit more back to normal – whatever that means in times of Corona. But the big change is that restaurants are once […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Tapas time at Salt in beautiful Kalk Bay

So I’m going to continue sharing some more restaurants experiences in Cape Town with you. All so you can be prepared for After Lockdown (AL). So start making that list now. Today we’re heading down the coast to the lovely little town of Kalk Bay. I love it here. The quirky shops, plenty of places […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Loving the tastes of Spain at Casa Manolo

Today it’s time for me to get a Spanish fix. Something I need frequently – my ┬álove of Spain is well documented. And as luck would have it there’s the perfect place just down the road from my home (gotta love London). Casa Manolo is on bustling St Johns Road just minutes from Clapham Junction […]

360: prawns
Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Tapas delights at 360 Restaurant

Today we’re heading out into the pretty suburbs of Greater London – to the Surbiton/Kingston area. It’s to enjoy the international tapas menu at 360 Restaurant. Well, the restaurant also does the usual sort of a la carte menu but a tapas lunch is right up my street. And there were six dishes on the […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Mouthwatering tapas at Upper Bloem

On a windy Cape Town day what better way to spend the afternoon than lunching somewhere new. I’d been meaning to try Upper Bloem for a while. It’s from the team behind La Mouette, one of Sea Point favourites. Head chef Andre Hill joined La Mouette as a sous chef in 2013 and impressed chef-owner […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Tasty tapas at Barrafina in stunning Coal Drops Yard

Tapas for two at Barrafina How I love being a Londoner. I moved here in 1985 and after 33 years am still amazed at the way the city evolves. There’s always new and exciting things to discover, I mean always and sometimes really exciting things. Like today. I headed north to King’s Cross to explore […]