Sunday Lunch at Frenchie – Covent Garden, London

As soon as I received my menu, the lady at the table next to me enthused that I *had* to order the bacon & maple scones, ever so convincingly. For some reason, that’s exactly what I did. The scrumptious, crumbly little morsels were the perfect balance between sweet and savoury and little did I know,…

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Smørrebrød at Fleisch – Copenhagen

In the heart of Copenhagen’s Meatpacking district, one establishment is celebrating the district’s namesake – by focusing on meat. A butcher, bar and eatery in one, Fleisch is a local haunt that serves excellent Smørrebrød (Danish open sandwiches).

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Christmas Markets in Copenhagen

Højbro Plads Christmas Market As the days get shorter and Christmas nears, Copenhagen takes on another character that makes it a truly magical place. A few days ago, I arrived in this city in search of the essence of what makes the Danes some of the happiest people on earth. And the result? Like many…

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Seafood at Randall & Aubin – Soho, London

You’ll know when you’ve approached Randall & Aubin as the combination of its vibrant seafood display, together with the tantalizing smell of garlic buttered shellfish, will be too hard to resist. When Randall & Aubin opened in 1996, it was the harbinger of change in London’s gentrifying Soho district and having recently celebrated its 20th…

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Ahi Poke – Fitzrovia, London

As one of the biggest food trends in the past few year, Poke has been popping up in some of the worlds major cities and finally arrived in London this year. Pronounced po-kay, Poke is the name for a popular marinated raw fish dish in Hawaiian cuisine, usually eaten as an appetiser, and is simply…

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Hole in the Wall food tour – Honolulu, Hawaii

Beyond the picturesque surroundings and abundance of natural scenery, Hawaii is also one of those rare places that is home to a unique melting pot of cultures that have flourished harmoniously amongst one another. Today, Hawaiian cuisine is not just defined by tropical fruits and fresh produce, but influenced by American, Chinese and Japanese cultures…

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Street Feast at Hawker House – London

Winter may be a good reason to stay at home and cosy up, but this is definitely not the case in London where things get even bigger and more exciting during this time of the year! Just in time for the cold weather and the upcoming festive season, Street Feast has kicked off another electric…

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