Review: Plum + Split Milk

King’s Cross, London http://plumandspiltmilk.com/ Set inside the Great Northern Hotel, which is conveniently located in King’s Cross St Pancras station, Plum + Split Milk is a sanctuary for foodies who want to hide away from the hustle and bustle of London town but still have great food. Highlights: Location, food and service Food:  The stars of my…

Restaurant review: Roti Chai

Roti Chai – West End, London http://www.rotichai.com  Tucked away behind Selfridges, Roti Chai is an eatery design for social hangouts, for those who love food with bags of flavour! Highlights:The street food, central location. Food: The stars of my meal were: Hakka Chilli Paneer – great example of why fusion flavours are so exciting. Paneer (traditional…

Joe’s Southern Kitchen

Covent Garden, London West End I’ve developed a fondness towards Southern American food since my recent trip to the States. Big flavours, hearty dishes! Joe’s has been on my hit list for a while. Strategically located in the touristy Covent Garden, Joe’s is visited by foreigners and locals alike. You can tell some of the customers…

Brief review: Flesh & Bun

Flesh and Bun (Bone Daddies) – Covent Garden, London Another funky new eatery in Covent Garden, serving Chinese and Japanese fusion food. Highlights:The flesh and bun! And the speak easy, trendy, industrial deco. Not so great: The starter was …so-so. And poor reception as it is in the basement.No deal breaker though. Food: The flesh and…