Tag: eating out

Restaurants, Restaurants in London, Uncategorized

Filipino delights at Yuu Kitchen

So today we’re heading East – something I don’t do very often in London – to the E1 postcode close to Aldgate East tube station. And appropriately we’re going to be trying some Eastern food – Filipino to be precise – a first for me. Yuu Kitchen predominantly serves the delightful food of South East […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Chill out tapas time at Lady of the Grapes

Today we’re heading to one of my absolute favourite streets in the whole of London Town. Maiden Lane in Covent Garden is home to myriad bars and restaurants – the choice is quite mind-boggling. And there’s always somewhere new to try – like Lady of the Grapes. This cosy little establishment describes itself as an […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Loving the Levantine flavours at Ceru in Soho

Plates of delight at Ceru So today we chose the hottest day of the year (so far anyway) to venture into Soho, one of my favourite areas of London (after Covent Garden of course). Appropriately we were going where the food tastes of sunshine and summer delights – to Ceru whose motto is “Born from […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

My favourite restaurants in Cape Town in 2018

Where to eat in Cape Town I’m fortunate to be able to spend time in beautiful Cape Town every year. There I take up the challenge of keeping up with the ever-growing and changing restaurant scene. There’s a lot of good food to be had in the Mother City and for someone from London it’s […]

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Tapas time at Sabor in buzzy Heddon Street

Today it’s time for a taste of Spain in lovely Heddon Street. Sabor is the brainchild of Nieves Barragan Mohacho ¬†and Jose Etura who hail from Bilbao, and Valladolid in Castile in central Spain. And it means flavour in Spanish – what a great name for a restaurant. There are three areas at Sabor, the […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

The Bistro at Klein Constantia

Today we’re heading into the leafy Cape Town suburb of Constantia. And down a long and winding road to the historic Klein Constantia wine estate. It nestles on the upper foothills of the beautiful Constantiaberg and dates back to 1685. Klein Constantia is famed for producing some of South Africa’s top wines including the famous […]