Pasta Remoli Home Delivery – A Taste Test

Most of us are familiar with the impact that Coronavirus has had on the UK hospitality industry, amongst other industries. Restaurants have been forced to shut down and staff furloughed to help protect their jobs in the long run. In the wake of the crisis, many restaurants have also had to adapt and reinvent their…

Afternoon Tea at The Coral Room

Disclaimer: The following blog post is from a past visit and to highlight a particular venue and provide inspiration and ideas for future visits. In the wake of the ongoing COVID- 19 virus situation, please apply caution, due diligence, common sense and follow government guidelines on keeping you and your family safe. As a direct…

Gingerline TV Dinners – Review

For someone who enjoys food and experiences equally, attending a Gingerline production is an ultimate bucket list tick. I was lucky enough to attend Gingerline’s latest production – TV Dinners – which is a four course dining experience in a gameshow format. It is held in the multilevel Immersive Ldn (minutes from Bond Street station),…

Pirate Afternoon Tea -DoubleTree Docklands

A few days ago, on a gorgeously sunny yet cold weekend, a bunch of food bloggers headed to the DoubleTree Docklands Riverside Hotel by Hilton to check out their newly launched Bottomless Pirate Afternoon Tea. This is my second collaboration with Hilton and Love Pop Ups London after The Kitchen. Converted from an old warehouse,…

Sunday Beef Club – Rotunda, London

A modern and upscale British Restaurant near Kings Cross, Rotunda focuses on fresh and seasonal produce. Meat is definitely at the forefront of their menu; lovingly sourced from their farm in Northumberland, it is dry-aged, hung and prepared right here at the restaurant. The 60 -70 seater bar and restaurant offers unparalleled views to the…

Red Palace at The Vaults London

A few weeks ago, I was at The Vaults attending Red Palace, a uniquely immersive dining and theatre experience, organised via Love Pop Ups London. The Vaults is a series of disused railway arches near London Waterloo Station that have been creatively transformed for immersive theatre, performances and the arts. It is located near the…

Christmas Menu Preview: The Kitchen Hilton

Not to panic, but it is 40 days to Christmas and the last two months of the year! This is prime time for many of us in London to start planning end-of-year catch ups, family meet ups and office dinner parties. For food lovers, this is the time when furious research begins on restaurants that…

Journey to the Underworld : Theatre Review

To mark Halloween week, I was invited to the latest immersive dining experience by Funicular Productions – Journey to the Underworld. Regular readers might recall my previous visit to their whodunnit series, The Murdér Express. I really love their triple offering of drama, design and dining as an experience. This theme of this production was…

Eleven98 Supperclub Hackney

Eleven98 Supperclub Hackney is a unique dining concept in London and I recently had the pleasure of attending one of their supper clubs. The event was held in collaboration with London Food Link that organises Urban Food Fortnight 2019, which celebrates local growers and producers and support small businesses that showcase ultra-local ingredients. It is…

Soul of Shaolin – a Martial-arts Masterpiece

Soul of Shaolin is an internationally renowned and critically acclaimed martial arts-themed show that is currently running at Troubadour Wembley Park for a limited period only. This is my second theatre production experience with Love Pop Ups London after Play Dead London. The theatre itself is brand new, seating up to 2000, located in what…

Two Lights : a London Restaurant Review

Two Lights comes from an illustrious pedigree: it is the sister to the Michelin-starred The Clove Club that made the list of World’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2017. This more laidback and casual sibling is located on Kingsland Road. The decor is minimal and unfussy, perfectly fitting within the context of Shoreditch. The name Two…

Sri Lankan Supper Club : Mali’s Cooking

After experiencing a few Indian Supper clubs (Khao, Chakra, Thambis), it was time to venture further south and explore my first Sri Lankan supper club. Despite growing up in India and being so close geographically, Sri Lanka continues to firmly occupy my ‘someday bucket list’. Until then, I am exploring the country through its food….