Wringer and Mangle (New opening) – Spitalfields, London

Having just opened last week, Wringer and Mangle in Spitalfields is the sister restaurant to the original London Fields establishment, occupying a large, industrial space that’s comprised of a pub (more of a cross between a bar and pub), deli and restaurant in one. The reason behind this design is to enable the seamless transition…

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Aix-En-Provence Farmers Market

I’m excited to say that this will be the first of many posts from one of my favourite places I’ve visited, Provence. Located in Southern France, the region is known not only for its Roman architecture and hilltop villages but also for being home to some of the best French produce around. From honey, soap,…

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Afternoon tea at Emmeline’s, The Conrad – London

At Emmeline’s, the start of every new season is marked by exciting seasonal desserts that celebrate well-loved British icons and with summer in full swing, this means some of these icons have been brought to life, or are not quite how you’d expect… Occupying the back of the entrance floor, Afternoon tea at Emmeline’s is…

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Meatballs & more at Curveball – Balham, London

As expected from it’s name, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Curveball specialises in all things spherical-shaped – though these things are done a little differently here. From a quick glance at the menu it’s clear that it’s not just meatballs that are on the menu here but an extensive range of vegetarian balls…

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The Snickelways of York – England

A few weeks ago, I made a day trip to a York and was blown away by this beautiful, historic city. With its rich cultural heritage and being one of the few cities in Europe with relatively intact city walls, York is a poignant reminder of medieval England. One of it’s more unique attributes is…

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Mere – Fitzrovia, London

Amongst all the latest gems to hit the London dining scene recently, Mere (pronounced ‘Mary’) is definitely one to watch. Owners are husband and wife duo David and Monica Galetti (judge on Masterchef UK), who bring a taste of their heritage to the table with elegant, yet accessible dishes that celebrate their heritage. Simply put,…

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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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Theo Randall at Intercontinental Park Lane – London

Located inside the Intercontinental Park Lane, Theo Randall isn’t exactly a restaurant you’d stumble across. Once you’ve moved beyond the entrance of the restaurant, which might seem a bit imposing at first, you’ll find that the wide open space and light-coloured interiors lends itself to a more relaxed atmosphere.

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