Champagne Afternoon Tea at 11 Cadogan Gardens in Chelsea

Those who follow me know I go weak at the knees when two words are uttered – Afternoon Tea. The mix of miniature sweet treats with warming teas never fails to put…

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Stockholm: 5 places to take your taste buds

Stockholm is a haven for foodies. I quickly discovered there is certainly more to it than Swedish meatballs! The Swedes also take dining very seriously with 11 Michelin stars to…

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Pan Indian dining: Baluchi at The LaLit London

Mr S and I were invited to celebrate the first anniversary of The LaLit London Hotel near Tower Bridge. It’s the luxury hotel’s first foray outside India and housed in…

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Frog by Adam Handling Covent Garden restaurant

Ever since Adam Handling opened his first restaurant The Frog E1, I’ve been hankering after his food. You could say life has majorly got in the way of my food…

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Wulf & Lamb: Chelsea’s vegan neighbour

Veganism in today’s society is big business. More people are embracing the plant-based diet, giving rise to a surge of vegan eateries sprouting up across the UK. One in particular…

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The Avocado Art Supper Club & Masterclass

Let’s just admit it. Britain is in love with avocados. Consumption of the creamy green fruit has skyrocketed over the last few years and we are well and truly in…

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Crocker’s Folly: Epic Lebanese in St John’s Wood

At the end of a quiet residential street in St John’s Wood lies a gateway to lost times. The signage makes you think of a traditional British pub. It’s a…

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7 ways to eat like a local in Amsterdam | Dutch cuisine

Okay so Dutch food may not be on your radar as much as an Indian or Chinese. There are, however, plenty of unique culinary experiences to tantalise a traveller’s tastebuds.…

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