Category Archives: Food Safari ideas

A Food Tour with Chef Liam Barker and AirBnB

AirBnB has launched their city experiences to allow visitors and residents of cities around the world, including ones staying in accommodation booked via them, to go on adventures together to get to know their host city better. Image courtesy of: … Continue reading

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Get ready for Levantine delights at Ceru, newly opened in South Kensington!

We ventured to Ceru’s Test Kitchen in Bermondsey for a food and cocktails pairing in preparation for Ceru opening in South Kensington. After needing to use Google Maps to find their slightly hidden location, in the rain, we received a … Continue reading

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An evening of gelato tasting at Marine Ices, Camden!

On a bright summer’s evening, we headed off to Camden for a gelato tasting session at Marine Ices. Love the wisteria, especially when it is in full bloom! After a warm welcome from Eddie and Kitty, we settled down with … Continue reading

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Fat Papaya- Fresh funky Indian, Wembley

We were invited to review Fat Papaya. The restaurant has a colourful interior and I think the cheerful emoji-like Fat Papaya character will really appeal to kids. We love their selection of favourite classics too! Their head chef Silva and … Continue reading

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New Launch: The Larder Cafe, Pearson’s Square, London

We went down to check out The Larder, a new 35 cover all-day café and food store based in the heart of Fitzrovia’s Pearson Square. It was so neatly tucked away in Fitzroy Place that we initially nearly walked right … Continue reading

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Bento lunch at Engawa, London

We were excited to be visiting Engawa, a small, upmarket Japanese dining room found on a side street off Shaftesbury Avenue, serving Kobe beef-focused set meals from an open kitchen, and were impressed by the bright airy feel and contemporary … Continue reading

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Round 2 at: The Lockhart !

I went to catch up with a friend – who selected The Lockhart on his own as it was near his work place without realising that C & I had previously visited for a book club event. After receiving a … Continue reading

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Experiencing Premium Japanese Food and Drink at Intercontinental Park Lane

We went to experience Premium Japanese Food and Drink at the Sauce Communications and JETRO organised event held in the beautiful ballroom of the Intercontinental Park Lane. We were warmly welcomed with glasses of malbec, chardonnay or the non-alcholic options … Continue reading

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Emilia Romagna Supperclub by ILYH at Frizzante, Shoreditch

I (J) was keen to experience Emilian cuisine and hospitality, and was happy when I won an invite to this I Love Your Hat Supper Club; as we have been on holiday to Northern Italy but as yet not ventured into the Emilia Romagna … Continue reading

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