Wannabe Foodie #11:Beijing Dumpling, London Chinatown

When it comes to dumplings, peoples’ experiences can often be hit or miss, but with this little gem in Chinatown you will be satisfied with these hand made bundles of joy. Beijing Dumpling will probably catch your eye as you stroll through Chinatown because of the queue that is often seen outside the door and the…

Wannabe Foodie #10: You Me Sushi, Grays Inn Road

With sushi being a fresh summer favourite for a lot of foodies, You Me Sushi is an affordable alternative to eating in a restaurant.  They offer high quality selection boxes as well as the option to put your own together. I went into the Grays Inn road store, but there are also seven other stores around London…

Millenial Food Preferences: Damn you Avo on Toast

Millennial Food Preference   1954 brought about the official end to food rationing in Britain. With the 15-year ban lifted on meat and sugar purchase restrictions, the nation seemingly spiralled into food evolution. Indeed, the contrast is extreme compared to the eating habits of millennials today, which supposedly is the reason why we can’t afford…

Wannabe Foodie #9: The Breakfast Club

Post hangover feels, in desperate need of good stodge, cue The Breakfast Club which was my guardian Angel this fine Sunday. Based in the tucked away corner of Camden Passage, The Breakfast Club sorted me right out.  I went for the Salt Beef Reuben, with fries, coleslaw and a side of avocado (this is London…

Wannabe Foodie #8: Milk Train, Covent Garden

Milk Train in London is definitely conducting the ice cream world into a candy floss filled arena. Combining classic ice cream toppings with creative flair, you can choose any ice cream you want. I went for a ‘make your own’ ice cream and decided on the Oreo crumbled into the ice cream and covered it…

Wannabe Foodie #7: Dishoom, Carnaby

Having never seen this spot without a waiting list, I had to give Dishoom’s delights a try. I decided to opt for the Carnaby branch and it was not a disappointment! As there was a lunchtime waiting list, we headed to the bar to try some of the infamous bottomless House Chai (until 5pm). The…

Wannabie Foodie #6: Miss Tapas

Sharing is Caring and is most certainly embodied within the cosy walls of Miss Tapas, Peckham. Offering flavorsome Spanish delights , Miss Tapas is great for a first time tapas experience and you will probably come back again. Tapas are small Spanish savoury dishes that are often designed for sharing. They are often accompanied with…

Wannabe Foodie #5: Amorino, Covent Garden

Gelato Gelato Gelato! A fabulous dessert for fabulous people! Gelato is an Italian style ice cream and is only referred to as Gelato in this instance.  During this delightful British summer, I decided to venture into the realms of Covent Garden and came across Amorino. This immediately caught my attention because it was a hot…

‘Indian Pale Ales, but no Indians’

Millenials. Coconuts. Bit of this, bit of that. Some of us emrace their Asian side a bit more than others and I think we’re all just a bit doolally and a tad confused. It can sometimes be a bit of a battle with the things you want and complying to what you’ve inherently been taught…

Wannabe Foodie #4: Honest Burgers

Honest Burgers, on this particular day, was a life saver! I was starving and on the hunt for a good quality cure. I strolled into Honest Burgers whilst roaming the streets of Covent Garden and was more than pleasantly surprised. Considering it was a Friday night, I was seated immediately, which was a bonus, and…