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…

When I say Kojo, you say Funds…

The Golden Boy has given us a Warning that his tour around the UK is going to keep us in Check. He’s Dun Talkin, and ready to entertain the nation. I had the pleasure of experiencing my first mosh pit in Manny last weekend. The vibe was hosted by Kojo Funds and his guests. Hosted…

Wannabe Foodie #2: Hakkasan

Wowwwiieeeeee. Ya girl went to Hakkasan. As a group of three, we headed to the Hanway Place branch to get our dim sum on. There seems to be a recurring theme here, but I promise I do eat other foods! THE TASTE OF HAKKASAN Hakkasan is a contemporary Chinese restaurant and is not for those…

Wannabe Foodie #1: London Cookery School

I love food and I’m sure people with a hearty soul do as well. It brings memories to people and brings them together. I myself try to eat as much food as I can as much and as many different types. I just wish I could cook as good as I eat! This year, I…

How to Academy: Peter Frankopan in conversation with Akala

I have to admit, I went to this talk because I low key want Akala to be my husband and wanted chance to see him provoke discussion in real life. Did not disappoint, but the star of the show was Peter Frankopan, Professor of Global History at Oxford . My likkle brain cells were in…

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Hi All, Welcome to ALWAYS PERISHA! The home of the wonderings and experiences of this 25 year old mofo. Always Curious, Always Hungry, Always Perisha.

Soap and Glory Sundays: Pt.3

After a big gap, I am pleased to announce that Soap and Glory Sundays are back! And I’m going to begin by writing about a face soap that I have recently introduced into my regime. I was eyeing this face wash up for a while, and I have to admit I was skeptical because I…