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Ruman in Amman, Jordan

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Ruman in Amman, Jordan’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

I missed the memo that it was Ramadan, (or I ignored it more likely). So for the past month we’ve been firmly planted at my father’s home in Ruman, Jordan (Ruman means pomegranate in Arabic, lovely, isn’t it?).  The kids and I have been living on our pomegranate hill, which is planted not with pomegranates...

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Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

Been a busy month organising a new pop up event on the 10th August with my pal Fran at Una Bicicletta Verde. We’re hosting Lemongrass, a 3 course Vietnamese Vegetarian banquet, and our restaurant/cheffy name is Jade and Verde (Jade being my Viet half and Verde being Fran’s Italian half). And we’re doing it all […]

Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Pinch me. I had a meal last night, a meal I would not have expected to find in Berlin for a while yet to come.  And I had it in Charlottenburg. I was invited to the evening by Gal Ben Moshe‘s PR agent, Regine.  I know Regine personally, her portfolio of clients is enviable –...

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Lemongrass Logo

Lemongrass Logo

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

Tester logo for the new pop up restaurant.

Popular Thai Restaurant Opens Veggie-Only Branch In Soho

Popular Thai Restaurant Opens Veggie-Only Branch In Soho

by Harry Rosehill @ Londonist

Thai food done tapas-style.

Riley St Garage

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Review of Riley St Garage Riley St Garage is a New York style restaurant and bar which takes inspiration from the glamorous art deco 1930’s.  The...

Behind the Blogger – 30 Things You Didn’t Know About Me!

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

If you didn’t already know my name is Charlotte and I’ve been writing on my blog notsobasiclondon for the last 3 years.  While these pages are mostly filled with food and my love for it (Let’s keep it that way!), I thought it was about time you knew a bit more about the person behind… Read More »

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Menu for Ngon 195 Chiswick High Road London W4 2DR

Menu for Ngon 195 Chiswick High Road London W4 2DR


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Butcher’s Hook, W6

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

A solid pub with decent gastro food, an interesting wine list, and very attentive service

Restaurant Hubert

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

PJ Breakfast – breakfast deliveries to your door

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Pyjama Breakfast are a unique company offering breakfast delivered straight to your door in Chiswick. They are certainly worth a try!

Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews


Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Chiswick Restaurant Reviews

Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Breakfast Parcels and Vietnamese Supper Clubs

Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Breakfast Parcels and Vietnamese Supper Clubs

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

The little package of yellow, turmeric infused steamed glutinous rice is topped by shavings of cream coloured mung beans and sunburnt crispy shallots.  Taking a break the other day from my lovely green smoothie breakfasts a la Vedged Out, I decided to carb-out and make this popular Hanoian breakfast dish. For some months now it’s been sitting […]

A Year Of The London Food Social 2017

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

 If you follow my blog, Instagram or Facebook, you may know that every month I do something called The London Food Social – A monthly meet up of people who love food and want to meet others that do too. Over the last 2 years of writing on my website and posting on social media, I… Read More »

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Ngon Chiswick: A Vegetarian Pho Review

Ngon Chiswick: A Vegetarian Pho Review

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

I headed in here today, the sunniest day of the year so far, to pick up a bowl of their Vegetarian Pho, which I think is the best in Town. And I’ve had a few. When the place first opened in Autumn 2013, they held back on releasing a vegetarian version of their pho, unhappy […]

Restaurant Story, London Bridge

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Restaurant Story, London Bridge’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The purpose of my trip to London is ostensibly to have my yearly dental check up. That I am able to breakfast, lunch and dinner with old friends is a bonus. And treating myself to Dinings, Yashin, La Fromagerie, Rose Bakery and ‘white hot‘ Restaurant Story is – who am I kidding? It’s the best....

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Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The storefront that precedes Lavanderia Vecchia is now home to Lava. A deli with mossy green walls and checkered tiles on the floor. A lone ham and 4 long salamis greet me when I come in. Doilies are pinned to the furniture at random intervals while barren wrought iron candle holders decorate the wall. The...

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MOM gluten free Prahran

by The Coeliac Plate @ The Coeliac Plate

Market on Malvern (MOM) is based on a food as medicine concept, where the food is designed to nourish your body.   This Prahran cafe is nearly entirely gluten free, with only oats used in a couple of breakfast items and they are currently undergoing assessment for Coeliac Australia accreditation. MOM cafe is a place […]

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Full or Part Time Cafe Staff - Vietnamese Cafe Chiswick job in Chiswick, London | Gumtree

Full or Part Time Cafe Staff - Vietnamese Cafe Chiswick job in Chiswick, London | Gumtree


Gumtree Jobs

Your responsibilities will include greeting and serving customers, providing detailed information on menus and multi-tasking front-of-house duties.

Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

If you want to find Berlin’s young entrepreneurs, you need to turn your attention to Neukölln and Kreuzberg. Two areas where you will find them cutting their teeth. (Probably as a result of a combination of cheap rents and a melting pot of young people hungry to try anything new.) Take Zsa Zsa and Loui,...

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Go-Viet restaurant review - West London Living

Go-Viet restaurant review - West London Living


West London Living

Go hungry to Go-Viet, advises Emma Stanfield, to fill up on flavours like you've never tasted before in your life 'presented in the most magnificent way'

Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Anna Durkes in Kreuzberg makes gelato.  It’s smoother than your average Berlin kugel and creamier, its richness coats the mouth like butter. The shop isn’t your average eis laden. With an island of cream painted metal furniture looking like oversized stick insects in repose at its center.  On one side is a pale blue wall...

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Sake Restaurant & Bar

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Vietnam Open Fair 2013

Vietnam Open Fair 2013

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

Cakes made from dark green leek leaves coated in batter are deftly re-fried on a huge open wok at the Thanh Binh stall. I went along to the Vietnam Open Fair last Saturday on the Southbank. Interestingly, it was supposed to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic ties between Britain and Vietnam. Considering it was the […]

Top 10 Restaurants at Barangaroo

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Barangaroo’s Best Restaurants Barangaroo has fast emerged as the hottest new foodie precinct in Sydney.  At Barangaroo you can eat to your hearts content anything from...

Vinoteca, Devonshire Road

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Vinoteca is a buzzing, cosy wine bar in the heart of Chiswick's "indie quarter", the lovely Devonshire Road. If you enjoy exploring wines from around the world, or if you are looking for a chic grown-up wine bar to savour a long chat with friends over a decent bottle, then you won't go wrong here.

Winter Returnals and New Year of the Horse

Winter Returnals and New Year of the Horse

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

Happy year of the horse to you all, it’s good to see you again after such a long absence. I’m just about feeling normal again after returning from Vietnam with Luke a couple of months ago. And I can tell you, coming back from here to London after spending the Autumn in 28 C monsooning […]

Du Bonheur, Patisserie, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Du Bonheur, Patisserie, Mitte’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Few sweet pastries have the ability to dispense with my good grasp of self-control – except for Canelés.  The outside made up of a maximum caramelized, crunchy, sticky surface.  And the inside, solid custard, flecked with black vanilla seeds, yielding.  It’s a creme caramel you can hold in your hand, improved by texture, beveled edges,...

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Top 10 Trendy Restaurants in Sydney

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Sydney’s best Trendy Restaurants Trend, trendy, on trend, set the trend…  Whatever way you put it it’s trendy to be on trend and, after...

Winter Returnals and New Year of the Horse

Winter Returnals and New Year of the Horse

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

Happy year of the horse to you all, it’s good to see you again after such a long absence. I’m just about feeling normal again after returning from Vietnam with Luke a couple of months ago. And I can tell you, coming back from here to London after spending the Autumn in 28 C monsooning […]

Vinoteca to open in Chiswick, September

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Ever since the last time I visited one of my very favourite European cities Budapest, I was really taken with an idea they have there; a wine shop which doubles as a small wine bar where you can sit down and try something, chat about the wine, and maybe also grab a bite to eat. [...]

The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

I’m excited to be building up to my presentation on 17th June at Asia House, where I will be interviewed by the renown Sichuanese Food writer, Fuchsia Dunlop, accompanied by lots of Luke’s beautiful photographs from Vietnam. I’ll be discussing the findings from my research into Vegetarian cuisine over there, via pagodas, vegan restaurants and […]

Gluten free Pho (Vietnamese street food) - The Coeliac Plate

Gluten free Pho (Vietnamese street food) - The Coeliac Plate


The Coeliac Plate

Pho is a Vietnamese street food chain that started with single restaurant in 2005, by a husband and wife team who fell in love with the food while travellin

The Woods Restaurant

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

A gluten free and low FODMAP Christmas in Melbourne

by The Coeliac Plate @ The Coeliac Plate

Earlier this year I reviewed the newly Coeliac Australia accredited restaurant, Mediterraneo in Albert Park, Melbourne and discovered they were open on Christmas Day and could also cater for my low FODMAP brother (off menu if need be).  Needless to say we were booked in nearly six months before Christmas!!  Last year I cooked  Christmas lunch […]

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Ester Restaurant & Bar

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

French Vietnamese

French Vietnamese

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

The audio for my presentation with Fuchsia Dunlop at Asia House is June is up. Happily, it went well, with a lot of kind questions and comments from the audience, despite one of the menu items, lemongrass creme brûlée, having to be dropped at the last minute due to serving bowl supply issues. Fuchsia was […]

Ngon - Home Inspired Vietnamese Cafe & Deli

Ngon - Home Inspired Vietnamese Cafe & Deli


Ngon - Home Inspired Vietnamese Cafe & Deli

Home Inspired Vietnamese Cuisine

Win a Set of Linner Active Noise Cancelling Headphones in Rose Gold worth £89.99

by Elizabeth @ Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary

Are you always suffering from noise in modern life, whether it be on the work commute, at the gym or at home? Get free from distortion and get back to living life on your own terms with Linner Headphones; you deserve better. I’m delighted to offer you this fantastic giveaway of a set of Linner...

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Vino Paradiso – 18 – 19 November 2017

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

The Rocks will turn into a food and wine lovers paradice when the Vino Paradiso festival comes to town. This year, Vino Paradiso will offer over 100...

Vietnam Playlist

Vietnam Playlist

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

It was in the afternoon, just as we started approaching Saigon on our Sinh Tourist bus last Sunday, that I realised I couldn’t find my ipod. I started to sadly resign myself to it being the latest and most valuable addition to the ‘trail’ (as Luke calls it) that I seem to be leaving behind […]

London's best Asian supermarkets

London's best Asian supermarkets


the Guardian

Everyone knows it's possible to buy almost any ingredient or foodstuff in London, but where exactly do you go for mukunuwenna, saw leaves or a six foot family dosa?

Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

by The Coeliac Plate @ The Coeliac Plate

Mediterraneo in Albert Park has been operating since 2002 but has come to the attention of a new market – coeliacs and gluten free diners – as they recently became the first restaurant to gain gluten free accreditation from Coeliac Australia.   You can see the Channel 9 report on the gluten free launch here. Mediterraneo has […]

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Greyhound Cafe Makes A Fashionable Entrance To The London Food Scene

Greyhound Cafe Makes A Fashionable Entrance To The London Food Scene

by Robert Greene @ Londonist

From fashion to food.

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

Been a busy month organising a new pop up event on the 10th August with my pal Fran at Una Bicicletta Verde. We’re hosting Lemongrass, a 3 course Vietnamese Vegetarian banquet, and our restaurant/cheffy name is Jade and Verde (Jade being my Viet half and Verde being Fran’s Italian half). And we’re doing it all […]

Lemongrass Low Down

Lemongrass Low Down

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

I’ve been tardy posting in the last month, and have lots of things to update you with. It’s Monday afternoon in Vietnam and I’m actually sitting in my Vietnamese friend Lily’s (who you might remember from earlier blogs) parents’ house in Hanoi as I type this and it’s suddenly started pouring down very very hard with […]

The Lord Dudley Garden Restaurant

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Review of The Lord Dudley Garden Restaurant The Lord Dudley is one of the East’s most loved English pubs.  Part of its charm is...

Spring 2014 – Chiswick to get Jackson & Rye, Byron, and Pho

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Latest restaurants announced: Goodbye Cafe Rouge! (I won’t miss you personally…) and hello Byron! It’s still a chain, but it’s definitely a step-up, and frankly they serve craft beers which is more than most pubs in Chiswick! It’s fair to say that Union Jacks had many admirers and many dissenters. Although I was in the [...]

Sepia Restaurant

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Tim Raue’s newest venture is at the Bötzow Brewery.  Championing German food (yes – apparently it’s possible) in the original space of the former brewery. Two of us sit perched up high on leggy metal work.  Surrounded by Futuring, an exhibition by Eva & Adele (who were described to me as Berlin’s answer to Gilbert...

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London's Best Vietnamese Restaurants

London's Best Vietnamese Restaurants


Londonist

Spice and rice.

Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

SucreéBarcellos Salon Sucré is open 4 days a week, from Thursday to Sunday.  On those days, Eric Muller wakes up at 3 a.m. and works 14 hour days. When I visit on Saturday, he is scooting around frenetically.  Having baked most of the pastries on display earlier that day, he is now in serving a steady...

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Vietnamese in Cabramatta

Vietnamese in Cabramatta


Eat Drink Play

One of my 2011 new years resolutions is to step out of my eastern suburbs bubble and extend my foodie adventures beyond. I must have said this out loud because my good friends Oracle and Pet invited me to step majorly out of the bubble and venture to Cabramatta for a Vietnamese foodie escapade! N

Pho, Chiswick High Road

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Great Vietnamese street food, stylish interior and food, really great fresh flavours, attentive staff. A winning formula, and one that will work in Chiswick.

On The Pagoda Trail

On The Pagoda Trail

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

On Monday (9th Sept) Luke and I woke late, at 11:30, to an anxious looking Loi (Lily’s mum) holding the phone, with Mit on the other end asking us if we wanted to come down for lunch. Our jet lag was making us feel a bit embarrassed… It emerged that Lily’s mum had cooked for […]

LoLuk Bistro

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Review of LoLuk Bistro FEATURED IN:  TOP 10 FRENCH RESTAURANTS LoLuk Bistro is a small and cosy French bistro, serving authentic French cuisine.  In fact, you...

November’s London Food Finds

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

Malaysian curry, Hawaiian sushi and French patisserie in this months post. November’s London Food Finds are in. Which one will you add to your list? 1. All the breakfast, Balans Soho Society Balans is a bit of an institution in Soho and over the last few years has had a bit of a facelift into… Read More »

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A Year Of The London Food Social 2017 - NOTSOBASICLONDON

A Year Of The London Food Social 2017 - NOTSOBASICLONDON


NOTSOBASICLONDON

 If you follow my blog, Instagram or Facebook, you may know that every month I do something called The London Food Social - A monthly meet up of people who love food and want to meet others that do too. Over the last 2 years of writing on my website and posting on social media, I realised how...

December’s London Food Finds

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

It’s a festive time of year and that only means one thing … FOOD! Here are a few of my food finds from December and there will be plenty more to come in 2018! 1. Biskies, Cutter and Squidge. I mentioned Cutter and Squidge in the July’s London Food Finds and their incredible Aladdin themed afternoon tea (which… Read More »

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Quantus Restaurant, Devonshire Road

by Mat Smith @ Chiswickish - Hyperlocal Chiswick Blogger, Photographer, and Restaurant Reviews

Voted one of "Top 25 most romantic restaurants in the UK" by diners on the TopTable restaurant, Quantus in Chiswick is a smart-casual, highly affordable fine dining restaurant in Devonshire Road serving a delicious eclectic cuisine with a South American influence.

Art Gallery Restaurant

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

Food Blogger Connect and a Str'EAT' Food Party | Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary

Food Blogger Connect and a Str'EAT' Food Party | Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary


Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary

A weekend of great company and excellent food. Food Blogger Connect (FBC) is (in their words) “the world’s leading International food blogging conference” held annually in London, England. Founded in 2009 it brings together food bloggers, industry representatives and educational speakers for a packed weekend of networking and community. After hearing so many positive reviews...Read More »

The Restaurant Pendolino

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

Jerusalem Home-Cooking And Palestinian 'Pizza': Have You Tried This Soho Restaurant?

Jerusalem Home-Cooking And Palestinian 'Pizza': Have You Tried This Soho Restaurant?

by Lydia Manch @ Londonist

Don't miss the tahini ice cream

NOTSOBASICLONDON’s Best Bits of 2017

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

Well, what can I say? 2017 has been an absolute blast and I never thought that writing on my website and posting on social media would bring me the best foodie filled memories I could have wished for. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading over the last year and here are some my best bits from 2017!… Read More »

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Marque Restaurant

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

In London, I spent a good three hours flipping hungrily through the food books that have been published in my absence. While looking through one called “A delicious life – New Food Entrepreneurs” – I came across Paletas, Zeit für Brot, and ART Sucre.  Right there in black and white and in hard cover.  Berlin shops sharing...

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Top 10 Hottest Restaurant & Bar Openings in Sydney – 2017

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Best New Restaurants in Sydney 2017 At the start of every new year we always eagerly anticipate the brand new bars and restaurants that will no...

New! Bite Club, Street Food Party on the Spree

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘New! Bite Club, Street Food Party on the Spree’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The upcoming Bite Club Berlin has prompted me to do something I’ve yet to do on Foodie in Berlin – write about something I haven’t been to yet.  But I have a feeling… “The way you know about a good melon.” It’s logical really, think what a success Street Food Thursdays at Markthalle Neun has...

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Goodbye Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Goodbye Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

All posts about Barcelona have been moved to: www.foodieinbarcelona.com I’ve moved to Barcelona. Most of you probably already know that. Here you will find archives on my adventures in Berlin spanning three years. Berlin was a wonderful home to me and this website was the best part. I met my three best friends through it. And...

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The Ultimate Gift Guide For Food Lovers

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

From socks at £2.75 to a £60k solid gold bag, whatever your style, whatever your budget here is the ultimate gift list for the foodie in your life! The Stylish Foodie. 1. Food Print PJ’s           2. Pancakes Please Tee           3. Lobster Shoulder Bag      … Read More »

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CHISWICK

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

Places I've Eaten At - Foodie in Berlin

Places I've Eaten At - Foodie in Berlin


Foodie in Berlin

A listing of all the places I've eaten at from 2010 to 2013; Athens, Amman, Berlin, London and Miami. The ones I like best have a ♥ or in some cases two.

20 London Foods You Must Eat in 2018

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

2017’s food scene has been pretty epic here in London and in no particular order here are 20 things you must put on your list for 2018! 1. Small Plates, Hopscotch. Probably the most unexpectedly brilliant meal of 2017 was at Hopscotch on Brick Lane. They do sharing small plates influenced by flavours of Europe, Asia… Read More »

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CHISWICK Review | Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

CHISWICK Review | Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides


Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Review of CHISWICK

Ngon Chiswick: A Vegetarian Pho Review

Ngon Chiswick: A Vegetarian Pho Review

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

I headed in here today, the sunniest day of the year so far, to pick up a bowl of their Vegetarian Pho, which I think is the best in Town. And I’ve had a few. When the place first opened in Autumn 2013, they held back on releasing a vegetarian version of their pho, unhappy […]

Flying Fish Restaurant & Bar

by scremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides - maps

Fine Dining Onboard a Celebrity Equinox Cruise

by Elizabeth @ Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary

In collaboration with Celebrity Cruises UK.  The Celebrity Equinox is a stylish 1041 foot Solstice-class cruise ship operating year-round luxury cruises to the Caribbean islands. In November of 2017, I spent five glorious nights on board her, being wined and dined in the most exquisite of restaurants. The team on board the Celebrity Equinox pride...

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Cafe Free – Mosman, Sydney gluten free

by The Coeliac Plate @ The Coeliac Plate

Café Free is based in Mosman, a lower north shore suburb of Sydney, which is around a half hour bus trip from the city centre. Their philosophy is to have something for everyone, but specifically cater for people with coeliac disease, gluten and lactose intolerance.  If you don’t have any intolerances, you will still enjoy […]

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Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

I’ve gotten into a good habit of late. After I drop Layla off at school, I come home and make lunch or however much of lunch can be made ahead of time. A recent favourite is Camargue rice with black beans loosely based on this Bon Appetit recipe. Another is a mung bean noodle salad...

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Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Do you remember what you were doing when you were 19? I vaguely recall watching too much TV, missing days at a time of University and harrumphing when the world didn’t lay down, prostrate and purring, at my feet. I only bring it up because this weekend a teenager accompanied by a newly minted twenty...

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Giggling Squid: An En-Thai-cing New Restaurant In Wimbledon

Giggling Squid: An En-Thai-cing New Restaurant In Wimbledon

by Tabish Khan @ Londonist

Succulent prawns and a lighter cheesecake.

Chin Chin

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Review of Chin Chin FEATURED IN:  TOP 10 ASIAN RESTAURANTS | TOP 10 TRENDY RESTAURANTS | TOP 10 RESTAURANTS IN SURRY HILLS | TOP...

Top 10 Restaurants in Surry Hills

by Shannon Cremer @ Sydney Restaurant Reviews, Food and Travel Blog | Urban Chic Guides

Surry Hills’ best Restaurants Looking for a restaurant in Surry Hills?  Well, you’re spoilt for choice in this foodie suburb.  Chock full of options,...

Pan-Seared Rabbit Loin Salad with Smoked Pancetta

by Elizabeth @ Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary

In collaboration with Villetta Annessa & Garda Trentino Tourism. One of the many things I love about visiting new places is the opportunities that arise to try new and interesting dishes local to the area. I like to actively seek out ingredients and recipes I’ve never before tasted, and the more unusual the better! I...

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Why Do We Eat Out?

by Not So Basic London @ NOTSOBASICLONDON

It may seem like an obvious question, but why do we eat out? Think about it. Why do YOU eat out? Why do you choose to pay for a meal at a restaurant, café or bar when you could easily cook for yourself at home or stick something in the microwave? Interesting isn’t it. The more… Read More »

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Review of Asian Tofu by Andrea Nguyen

Review of Asian Tofu by Andrea Nguyen

by thejadecave @ Vietnamese Food – The Jade Cave

Ever heard of tofu noodles? I hadn’t, since here in the UK we’re sadly not as well stocked on Asian ingredients as our cousins in the US. But if you’re a fan of Vietnamese home cooking, then you better have heard about Andrea Nguyen. Her blog, Viet World Kitchen, is an invaluable regular resource that provides […]

The Phoenix Hotel

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Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

While I would argue that America’s soft power has taken some considerable hits over the last decade, its food culture is thriving abroad.  It crops up in the most unlikely places- like on Hannoversche Strasse.  A street that even a die-hard Mitte resident will struggle to locate.  There on the former site of BarCelona next to the...

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