Eat Out: My first taste of Poké at Ahi Poké, Fitzrovia London 

This week I finally sampled the Poké craze that hit London last year. Poké is a raw Hawaiian fish dish perfect for the summer months. These bowls of fresh and flavoursome goodness you can either build yourself or choose one of the various signatures from the menu. With queues out of the door and down…

Eat Out: Jewish soul food at Monty’s Deli, Hoxton London 

Courtesy of my introduction to Pastrami and Salt Beef Reuben sandwiches at the famous Jewish-style Katz Deli in New York I find myself having a hankering for them from time to time. Monty’s Deli opened a week or so ago and just behind Kingsland Road in Hoxton its in the perfect location to swing by after work….

Eat Out: Farringdon’s newest ‘Britalian’ Luca, London

Last week I was lucky enough to dine at Luca, Farringdon’s newest Italian on the block brought to us by The Clove Club gang.  Luca’s cuisine comes with an Italian heritage but made with and using British produce, hence the new labelling they have given their food – Britalian. I’ll be honest I’m not sure…

Eat Out: Cheap eats at Viet Eat, Holborn London 

A short walk from Holborn tube station this unassuming little Vietnamese sits next to one of my favourite sushi restaurants in London (blog to come) and another recommendation of mine Cha Chaan Teng. I’d heard about Viet Eat serving up great food at reasonable prices for a while so when a friend suggested going here…

Eat Out: Bad Egg’s Bottomless Brunch, Moorgate London 

Another month another bottomless brunch, I know I know but I can’t help it when they combine my two favourite things in one place! Especially when the word unlimited is involved. Bad Egg is more of a typical brunch than I usually go to with lots of egg (it is in the name it’s guess)…

Eat Out: New Californian inspired salad bar Bel-Air, Farringdon London

Bel-Air opened on Fetter Lane near Farringdon just over a month ago and is a healthy Californian inspired alternative fast food option. The menu is made up of a range of salads, hot dishes and yummy sounding breakfasts. The salad bar on the counter boasts an array of colour and flavour combinations from Baja Sweet…

Eat Out: Flesh & Buns Bottomless Brunch, Covent Garden London 

I’ve always loved Flesh & Buns ever since being introduced to the restaurant about 4 years ago, so marry that with unlimited sushi and wine on a weekend and you’ve just made not only a friend for life but an advocate too. Flesh & Buns is a contemporary Japanese restaurant/pub serving up fresh sushi alongside steamed buns…

Eat Out: Chicken Heaven at Absurd Bird, Spitalfields London

As you will already know, unless this is my first blog you’re reading, I’ve developed a weakness for chicken wings over the last year or so. They haven’t taken over my love of burgers by any means but they’re a very close second for sure. Whilst I’ve always loved fried chicken I was rarely a…

Eat Out: Pizza East, Shoreditch London 

Pizza East has been around for a while so this is by no means a new opening review, but after visiting here a few times I couldn’t pass it by again without letting you guys know about it. If you don’t already of course! Pizza East in Shoreditch is opposite Box Park in the heart…

Eat Out: Christmas Hotdog at Galvin HOP, Spitalfields London

It’s that time of year when you can’t help yourself from choosing the limited Christmas dishes off the menu wherever you go and Galvin HOP‘s Turkey Deluxe Dog will not disappoint. Yes that’s correct you haven’t misread; a turkey Christmas inspired hotdog! The turkey hotdog is wrapped in bacon, topped with a crumbled and crispy…

Eat Out: Bao Fitzrovia, London

Ever since Bao opened their first restaurant in Soho I’ve been dying to try this place out, but time and time again I was put off by the enormous queue snaking around the corner or across the road. Don’t get me wrong this was clearly a good sign but not so good after working all day and all…