Category Archives: Restaurants

Over the past few months I’ve been getting emails from readers about restaurant recommendations when they’re visiting London.  I thought I’d make it easier for those who are now planning their travel itinerary to share my top 5 picks on where to eat in London in 2015: Restaurant Story201 Tooley StreetLondon SE1 2JX+44 (0)20 7183 2117 It’s…

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When it comes to ramen it’s best to pull your hair back, tilt forward and start slurping… loudly.  Even better, go solo to avoid awkwardness about breaking the western protocol for good table manners or make polite conversation mid slurp. I recently made my way to Dean Street in SoHo, perhaps one of my favorite streets in…

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of enjoying a long lunch with a new friend and fellow expat, Julie of A Lady in London, at Fera the new restaurant in Claridge’s hotel.  Everything about the restaurant caught my eye, from the dark, burlesque-like entryway into the restaurant to the aquamarine dining room, further contrasted…

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It was 10:30 am on a Saturday morning.  There was a thickening crowd of people in Borough Market as I made my way to Rabot 1745, a restaurant with a cacao-centric menu, for 10:45 am reservations.  The food stalls were open and alive with energy while some of the restaurants were slowly awakening.  Elliot’s Cafe, one of my favorite…

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When I received the invitation to stop by Rodells to take some photos and sample some grub I assumed I shouldn’t bring Mark, my pescetarian other half.  Rodells is a tapas-style restaurant located in Watford (just a 1 minute walk from Watford Junction station) that serves mostly tapas style dishes.  In our experience, tapas typically aren’t very vegetarian/pescetarian friendly meals.  

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Dan, my friend & ex-colleague, and I meet up periodically in the City to catch up and lunch.  This past March we ventured to Sushi Samba London, a popular City of London restaurant that serves up a  fusion of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian dishes.  Despite the mixed reviews I was eager to sample my first taste of…

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I’m a mad woman on a mission lately trying to make up for lost times.  Evidently 2012 saw a surge of ramen noodle bars propping up in London and I was completely unaware.  So what is a self-proclaimed noodlehead to do but patiently make amends by attempting to visit all the ramen this city has…

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