OKA Restaurant – Pan Asian and Sushi

Hello, As a proud sushi lover I thought I would tell you about this great place I recently had lunch in with my best friend. In terms of the name, I am unsure 100% what it means as there are many root meanings in Japanese for example it could simply mean “hill” or possibly “cherry blossom”. Cherry…

Places to lunch in Wimbledon – Crepe affaire

The Christmas hustle and bustle means that I try not to venture into central zones for crepes meaning I miss out on my beloved salmon and cream cheese one in Covent Garden until things calm down. Luckily this is no longer the case as Wimbledon has highly popular Crepeaffaire. Often this place appears to be…

Quick breakfast choice

Hello, I am still obsessing about having my breakfast and so here is an alternative idea to my previous post. This is super simple and easy to make you can do it and it really quickly before heading out for the day. This is yoghurt with mixed frozen berries and oat muesli with cacao nibs.

Quick breakfast idea – Kingsmill Toasties

Hello, Anyone I speak to says “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. Well to those people I say, I’m sorry but I really struggle with it. My belly will do Brunch, Lunch, Dunch (late lunch occasionally) and then dinner. I have no idea why but my stomach just doesn’t like to be…

Bingsu 팥빙수

For the first time I visited Bingsoo, a Korean dessert cafe in New Malden. If you’ve never heard of this before patbingsu (팥빙수) literally means red beans with ice. There are so many alternative spellings for this such as, bingsu and bingsoo.  Bingsu is a highly popular Korean dessert with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit, nuts, condensed milk and…

Sakura 桜 – Perfect date night location

If you are a lover of good food and want something really special than you’ll love Sakura Japanese restaurant. I feel like Japanese restaurants around London are quite rare so I always get excited when I come across one. This one is in New Malden above Bingsoo and a hidden gem.

Afternoon tea – The Orangery, Kensington Palace

Hello, I was so lucky that my friends from Dublin and Chicago flew over and met up with me for afternoon tea. We done it the only way it can be done and that was at The Orangery, Kensington Palace. It was such a great choice and the fact that the gardens were filled with…

Top tips for making Sushi at home

Hello, I noticed that there was a lot of interest when I recently posted these Sushi photos so I thought I would share with you my Sushi making journey so far. As a lover of Sushi eating and cooking I thought it would only make sense if I combined the two and begun to explore…

Batata Harra – Spicy potatoes

I am a deep lover of Middle Eastern cuisine as I feel it is really fresh and healthy as well as really flavoursome. Not long ago I had the pleasure of trying food at a lovely restaurant called Kenza in Liverpool St which is a middle eastern restaurant which inspired me to recreate one of my favourite dishes. Batta Harra…

Bluebird restaurant – Chelsea

I adore Chelsea and one of my most favourite places to eat is at the Bluebird restaurant. I often go when I want to catch up with my nearest and dearest as it offers a variety of food and a great atmosphere. It also offers a wide selection on its drinks menus along with heated…

Places to eat in Brighton – Alfresco

I recently posted a throwback photo of West pier which was from when I recently visited one of my favourite places in England, Brighton. There is so much to do which is suitable for everyone but you can not beat the fresh sea are and calming sounds of the waves in the evenings. I find…