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Fusion sushi lunch

A few weeks back, my creative agency was so kind to take me and the team out for lunch. After a long morning of meetings, at around 12.30 we headed to Tsunami, a very intimate Japanese restaurant in trendy Charlotte street. The interior is sleek and contemporary, with dark pink…

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A French-Indian dining experience

A couple of weeks ago, I organised to meet with a group of friends for dinner. It was the 11 of us, and after a little search, I managed to reserve a table at La Porte des Indes in Marble Arch. La Porte des Indes has been part of the…

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Little Vietnamese gem in Hoxton

Since my trip to Vietnam and Cambodia a couple of years ago, I have become a big Vietnamese food fan and I have tried several eateries in London. I love the fresh taste of this cuisine, and the way all ingredients perfectly balance, from the citric lemongrass, to the fragrant…

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Long wait at Bubbledogs? Here is your plan B

Last weekend I organised to meet up with my friend A in Goodge street, and have dinner at Bubbledogs (I was so excited to try their lobster roll!!!) before joining some other friends for a birthday party at Westbourne House. It didn’t work quite as planned. We arrived at Bubbledogs…

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Clandestinos secret supperclub

A few weeks ago, I ventured to Finsbury Park, in North London, with a friend, for a dinner at Clandestino’s supperclub. We booked online, and we were given a password to enter into their website, to find out details of the night, including the secret address. After stopping at a…

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A dinner down memory lane at Peruvian restaurant Lima

When I first moved to London, as a graduate, I lived in Goodge street for a few months; in a tiny flat above an old school Italian Restaurant called Signor Grilli. That’s where I met a couple of my closest friends. Living in Goodge street is very different from just…

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Best Spritz aperitif in London

If you have ever had aperitivo in Italy, you are Italian, or have dated an Italian… Well you are probably pretty familiar with Spritz, which also happens to be one of my favourite cocktails ;). Originally from the Veneto region, in the North East of Italy, it’s a mixed drink…

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Foodie Paradise: Choccywoccydoodah

In Brighton for work, in a break between meetings, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to visit Choccywoccydoodah, or better known as the chocolate paradise ;). It’s a tiny shop selling very unusual and quirky cakes, all sculpted from top quality Belgian chocolate. They have three outlets, two in Brighton, a…

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A taste of Peru in London

After the opening of a couple of Peruvian restaurants in London this year, Lima and Ceviche, it’s quite clear that Peruvian food is becoming a trend that is here to stay. Tierra Peru opened in Islington last November, and it has been on my list for a while. We visited…

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Lebanese food cravings?

A few weeks back, my best friend was in town with her boyfriend and we decided to go out on a foodie mission, searching for the best Lebanese restaurant in London. She is a real sucker for Lebanese food; I used to think it’s OK, but never really fell in…

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