3 burgers in 1 week!

Is there such a thing as “all-burgered-out”? Not sure if it applies to me I went to 3 different places and had 3 very different burgers. The familiar (and much loved) – Patty and Bun (James Street, West End) The new contender – Bukowski (Brixton Market) The chain – Byron (Kingston) Patty and Bun What can I say?…

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Restaurant review: Barnyard

Charlotte Street (near Godge St Station), Londonwww.barnyard-london.com This is my second attempt to Ollie Dabbous’ brain child. Very pleased to get a decent table on the upper deck of this little restaurant. Barnyard is strategically located on Charlotte Street, packed with trendy restaurants, frequented by foodies and central London workers alike.  The quirky, “barnyard” deco…

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…