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Breakfast at Foxcroft & Ginger, Whitechapel

Breakfast at Foxcroft & Ginger, Whitechapel

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

Breakfast or brunch might just be my favourite meal of the day (provided it’s done right, of course, which usually means with plenty of meat and bread, in my case!) And there are lots of great spots to go for breakfast around where I live in East London. A while ago, I noticed a place called ‘Foxcroft & Ginger‘ in Whitechapel when I was passing on the bus, and had been meaning to give it a go. So when I was offered the chance to try out their breakfast last week, I was really looking forward to it.     You might not notice it during the day – it’s one of the many shops and restaurants on Mile End road. The reason I spotted it in the first place was because it was dark and the name was lit up in bright lights – it looked so cosy and inviting, but cool and a bit edgy at the same time. There’s also a Foxcroft & Ginger in Soho, which was the first to open …

Restaurant Review: Jules, Putney

Restaurant Review: Jules, Putney


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All-day brasserie Jules offers locals a stylish dining destination with an eclectic menu

The World’s Most Expensive Pho at Pho & Bun

The World’s Most Expensive Pho at Pho & Bun

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

Last week I was kindly invited by the lovely Sheepa to try out the world’s most expensive Pho at the Vietnamese restaurant Pho & Bun in Soho, named ‘Super Pho’. And it was all for a good cause, to highlight a campaign the restaurant is running to raise money for Action Against Hunger! So what goes into the world’s most expensive Pho?! Taking 2 months to prepare, the beef stock is cooked for 72 hours using a whole leg of dry aged beef.  Owner of Pho & Bun, Andy Le and his head chef Graeme Hibbs are using A5 grade Kobe beef which is retail priced at around £600/kg – the most expensive on the market, using two different cuts of beef to make both tender and rare beef. All Kobe beef cows are carefully monitored and fed a specialized diet which includes corn and pineapple. The cows are also massaged regularly in order to maintain their muscle tone. Pho & Bun are only using organic produce and herbs for the Super Pho Bowl. The Tam …

Latest Lunch Spots: New Restaurants in London

by Miriam Carey @ Absolutely.London

From traditional Vietnamese banh mi to Bombay bacon and egg naan rolls, here's our pick from the very best new restaurants in London

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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.

Best Price on Premier Inn London Putney Bridge in London + Reviews!

Best Price on Premier Inn London Putney Bridge in London + Reviews!


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Keene’s New Vietnamese Food Truck Accepts Bitcoin!

Keene’s New Vietnamese Food Truck Accepts Bitcoin!


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Big news! Keene now has Vietnamese cuisine available Wednesday through Sunday 11am-7pm on the side of Route 101 with the recent opening of “Bon Vivant – Gourmet Street Food”! Chef…

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Rudie’s Dalston

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

Rudie’s Dalston Winter is here and there’s nothing better than a bit of spice on your plate to warm you up. So Elika (Instagram: @Sunny_Elika) and I headed to Rudie’s in Dalson after work one evening, starving, but filled with excitement for the Jamaican feast that laid ahead of us. Jerk chicken is one of […]

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Attending a Church Service in Tanzania: Reflections from Julianna

by kevin @ Putney Student Travel

Julianna Bray, a high school senior from Winchester High School, MA, has traveled with Putney twice — on our Community Service Tanzania program last summer and Community Service Ghana in 2016. Here she shares in her writing supplement for George Continue reading

Brunch at Brickwood, Tooting

Brunch at Brickwood, Tooting

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

I’m sure you all know by now that I bloody love a good brunch, and if that includes a bloody good Bloody Mary, even better! We’ve been trying out some of the cafes and restaurants near where we live, the latest of which was Brickwood in Tooting Market. We’d visited it a few weeks before when we were looking for a quick coffee (and a cheeky slice of cake, ssshhhh!) which was when we realised they do a pretty amazing brunch, and knew we’d have to return soon! It was pretty packed on the Sunday morning we visited, but the staff were still really attentive and we were served quickly. We ordered a couple of flat whites to kick start the day, along with a Bloody Mary each. We were both seriously impressed with the latter – it was one of the best I’ve had, largely due to the cute extras it came with – bacon, a quail egg and what I took to be a mini hash brown. It was only around £4.00 and …

Rudie’s Dalston

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

Rudie’s Dalston Winter is here and there’s nothing better than a bit of spice on your plate to warm you up. So Elika (Instagram: @Sunny_Elika) and I headed to Rudie’s in Dalson after work one evening, starving, but filled with excitement for the Jamaican feast that laid ahead of us. Jerk chicken is one of […]

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Job Opening: Social Media/Web Intern

by jmcbrowne @ Next Stage Arts Project

Job Opening: Social Media/Web Intern: Next Stage Arts Project, Putney’s premier performing arts venue and community center of national renown, seeks a Social Media/Web Intern to create promotional web graphics on a weekly basis, maintain the online events calendar at nextstagearts.org, and build social media engagement. This is an opportunity to play a key role […]

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.

Restaurant Review: The Square at Novotel Hyderabad Airport in India

by Luxury Lifestyle Magazine Reporters @ Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao “I wonder what else we will be served” remarked my brother in law as we settled at our table to experience a chef special breakfast on a cold winter morning at The Square in Novotel Hyderabad Airport. A question to which I had no answer as we were surrounded by […]

Ginza Onodera – Teppanyaki experience

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

GINZA ONODERA I recently attended a bloggers’ event at Ginza Onodera, a fine-dining Japanese restaurant in Mayfair where we were treated to a masterclass in teppan cooking. Previously Matsuri, it re-opened as Ginza Onodera in March 2017 following a major £2.5m refurbishment. As Ginza Onodera, it is now part of the world-renowned Onodera Group, which […]

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Dinner & Cocktails at The Happenstance, St Paul’s

Dinner & Cocktails at The Happenstance, St Paul’s

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

On Wednesday evening, I met up with Ceri for dinner at St Paul’s, which seems to be the best central point for us to meet after work. Recently we’ve been going to the chain restaurants in One New Change, but this week we thought we’d try somewhere new. I looked up restaurants around the St Paul’s area and came across The Happenstance – the name really caught my eye, it sounded very unique! The restaurant’s website describes itself as the following: “immerse yourself in a world of curiously good times & happy coincidences at the happenstance. It’s sure to be a welcome addition to your little black book. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of london’s most iconic landmark, st paul’s, whilst our sophisticated interior encompasses a striking bar & restaurant, bountiful deli, mixology table & florist. Our glamorous subterranean private dining room or hidden speak easy “the curious treasury” awaits.” So I had pretty high expectations! When we arrived, I was worried that I really hadn’t thought this through – Thursday nights are traditionally when people working …

Oslo, Hackney

by Nana Wereko-Brobby @ Social Concierge

The Vibe Oslo is a fairly new arrival in the dynamic area of Hackney. Located in a unique redeveloped space of a railway station, the restaurant gives a gentle nod to its past with luggage-rack lighting and industrial stylings. The place also has some Scandi-inspired décor with an open-plan kitchen surrounded by long dark oak […]

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How to Choose a Summer Pre-College Program

by kevin @ Putney Student Travel

As a high school student or the parent of a high school student, it can be daunting trying to discern what might set you apart and make you shine for a college admissions committee. Aside from clubs, sports, and good Continue reading

Restaurant Review: Thai Square Putney Bridge, London

Restaurant Review: Thai Square Putney Bridge, London


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It’s hard to miss Thai Square by Putney Bridge. Designed to resemble a ship with metal beams and large wrap around windows overlooking the river Thames, it is

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – 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 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 […]

Top 5: BYOB restaurants in Western Massachusetts –  and what wines to bring there

Top 5: BYOB restaurants in Western Massachusetts – and what wines to bring there


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BYOB restaurants in Western Massachusetts - and just beyond - offer a great way to enjoy your favorite wines with your favorite foods.

Dinner at Rijks, Amsterdam

Dinner at Rijks, Amsterdam

by Megan Hallinan @ Got To Be Gourmet

At the end of September, I went on a girlie weekend to Amsterdam with two of my awesome former colleagues, Pia and Lieke – at 2K I really did make friends for life! We did lots of fun things during our trip (I’ll get to writing about these at some point!), with huge thanks to Lieke who is from the Netherlands and knew all the great spots to visit. One of those was Rijks restaurant. Rijks is located within the world famous Rijksmuseum. Just as the museum tells the story and history of the Netherlands with some influences from other countries from across the globe, the restaurant follows suit. It describes itself as being “the Rijksmuseum served up on a plate”. The kitchen is headed up by Joris Bijdendijk who you could see working hard away in the open plan kitchen with his team. He’s obviously well recognised in the cooking scene in the Netherlands, with a new book launching next week. So, on to the food! To try a little bit of everything, we ordered the …

Cay Tre, Soho - London Dates

Cay Tre, Soho - London Dates


Social Concierge

Cay Tre is a Vietnamese restaurant in Soho, serving Phos, grills and more. Good for a casual lunch date in Central London or a candlelit romantic dinner.

Arthur Hooper’s

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

Arthur Hooper’s Arthur Hooper’s is a relatively new addition to London Bridge and a stone’s throw away from the already vibrant food scene at Borough Market. Given that it is in an already competitive dining area full of crowd pleasers, Arthur Hooper’s does well to make its mark. In days gone by, it was once […]

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Putney - UnderTheDoormat

Putney - UnderTheDoormat


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Known for     Local

The Stag and Huntsman

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

The Stag and Huntsman The Stag and Huntsman is a 300-year-old pub which has been converted into a fine restaurant and a country inn in what is apparently Britain’s most photographed and filmed village, Hambleden. It is a beautiful, beautiful village, located between Marlow and Henley, and is littered with quaint country cottages and surrounded […]

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Old Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant 2 087 803 241, Vietnamese Restaurant in Putney, Greater London, 4 Chelverton Road, London, Putney SW15 1RH

Old Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant 2 087 803 241, Vietnamese Restaurant in Putney, Greater London, 4 Chelverton Road, London, Putney SW15 1RH


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Old Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant, Vietnamese Restaurant, Phone number: 2 087 803 241, Address: 4 Chelverton Road, London, Putney SW15 1RH, Putney, Greater London

Next Stage Cooks: Vietnamese Cooking

Next Stage Cooks: Vietnamese Cooking


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Next Stage Cooks: Vietnamese Cooking at Next Stage on Monday Mar 19, 2018 at 6:00PM

Lemongrass Low Down

Lemongrass Low Down

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – 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 […]

Throwback Thursday – Sesame Restaurant, Dubrovnik

Throwback Thursday – Sesame Restaurant, Dubrovnik

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

This week’s Throwback Thursday is about a lovely little restaurant close to Dubrovnik’s city centre, called Sesame. Tim and I went on holiday to Croatia in July 2013. It was a bit of a strange holiday as my Dad had passed away in Cyprus only the month before. I really wasn’t sure if it was appropriate to go, but we’d had it booked for a year, and my friends and family said it would do me good to take my mind off everything and to relax for a while. Thankfully the bosses at my company at the time were incredibly lovely and fine with me taking the extra time off, and I’m glad I did it. We stayed in a large hotel called the Rixos Libertas, right on the coast, about a 20 minute walk from the centre of Dubrovnik. For the first time, we were staying on an all-inclusive basis, which I was always a little hesitant about, but the quality of the food and drink in the hotel was fantastic. One of their …

Dinner at View 94, Putney

Dinner at View 94, Putney

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

I love discovering new restaurants, especially when they’re fairly close to home – a great example of this is View 94, located right on the river between Putney and Wandsworth, where I was invited to a group dinner recently. We were seated upstairs overlooking the river – I liked the look and feel of the restaurant, it felt a bit like being on a boat moored at the side of the river. The food is described as a fusion of modern European cuisine – Head Chef Antonio Sanzone says on the website: “My passion for cooking comes from the way I was brought up. My father, a retired cook, has taught me how to transform a job into a hobby and my mother taught me how to use simple and organic ingredients without compromising on quality and taste.” This all came across in the menu we were presented with, and I found it really difficult to choose as it all sounded so good, and really up my street! We were treated to an amuse bouche, a …

Mien Tay Restaurants

Mien Tay Restaurants


Mien Tay Restaurants

Cuisine from South-West Vietnam

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

Winner of 2017 Putney Student Film Festival

by kevin @ Putney Student Travel

We’re excited to announce Isabella P. as the winner of Putney’s student film festival contest. Isabella traveled with Putney on Community Service India 2017, and her video (featured below) is a great window into the experience.

 

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Discover Putney: New Summer Programs for Grades 4–6

by kevin @ Putney Student Travel

Emmett Peterson, Putney Barn member and native of Vermont, spearheaded the development and organization of Discover Putney, two new summer travel programs based in New England that offer students in grades 4–6 the opportunity to get outdoors, camp, hike, explore Continue reading

Summer 2017 Highlight: Day Trips to Toledo and Segovia on Language Learning Spain

by kevin @ Putney Student Travel

Putney’s Language Learning Spain summer program enables high school students to learn Spanish and take real steps toward language fluency in the context of learning about local Spanish culture and history. Students benefit from learning Spanish in real-life situations and Continue reading

Filling A Restaurant-Worthy Pantry In Your Own Home

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

If you love your food, then it’s likely that some of your favorite restaurants also serve as your own benchmark for what makes great food. If you want to reach the lofty heights of your favorite dining experiences, then you need more than talent. You have to be willing to invest in your ingredients and […]

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3 Reasons To Vote In The Wimbledon And Putney Commons Election

by Lady Wimbledon @ Lady Wimbledon

An important date for residents of Wimbledon and Putney Commons. Cast your vote in February to improve the quality of your local community.

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 […]

The Stag and Huntsman

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

The Stag and Huntsman The Stag and Huntsman is a 300-year-old pub which has been converted into a fine restaurant and a country inn in what is apparently Britain’s most photographed and filmed village, Hambleden. It is a beautiful, beautiful village, located between Marlow and Henley, and is littered with quaint country cottages and surrounded […]

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Pho – Vietnamese Street Food in Battersea

Pho – Vietnamese Street Food in Battersea


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Asian food is probably one of my favourite cuisines; I love the spices, fresh ingredients and could probably eat it every day if I had the option. One of the things I loved about living in Singapor…

A French Dinner at Blanchette Soho

A French Dinner at Blanchette Soho

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

French cuisine is one of my favourites in the world – it’s usually meaty, creamy, cheesy and decadent! But the techniques involved in French cooking are normally quite traditional. I’ve previously written about our visit to The Waterside Inn, one of the only UK establishments to maintain three Michelin stars. And while the food is absolutely superb, it’s very ‘old school’ in style. You can tell that Alain Roux has been cooking like this for a long time and it clearly works very well. So when I met Yannis and Maxime at a recent Teisseire event, I was intrigued to learn that at their French restaurant in Soho, Blanchette, they serve French cuisine ‘with a twist.’  I finally got round to visiting Blanchette last week with Ceri. It’s located to the North of Soho, a few minutes away from Oxford Circus tube station. I left it quite last minute to book and there was only room left to sit at the bar. I took this to be a good sign, as the restaurant was clearly …

London's Best Vietnamese Restaurants

London's Best Vietnamese Restaurants


Londonist

Spice and rice.

Birthday Lunch at The Black Swan at Oldstead

Birthday Lunch at The Black Swan at Oldstead

by Megan Hallinan @ Got To Be Gourmet

Ever since my Mum moved back to Yorkshire, I’ve been dying to visit The Black Swan in Oldstead, but felt like I needed an ‘occasion’ given its Michelin-star quality food (and prices!). I finally had the perfect excuse for my 30th birthday in October and asked my Mum if a trip there for lunch could be my present (a bit cheeky, but it worked, and she got to enjoy it too!). I booked at the start of the year last year as it’s high in demand. Mid-way through last year it was voted the ‘Travellers Choice Best Fine Dining Restaurant in the World’ by TripAdvisor, so I was glad I got my booking in before then, as I’m sure the requests went through the roof. It all seems so baffling for a tiny restaurant in a humble little village such as Oldstead. Despite it being around 20 minutes from where my Mum lives and where I grew up as a child, we didn’t know anything about it until its incredible rise to fame over the …

Ginza Onodera – Teppanyaki experience

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

GINZA ONODERA I recently attended a bloggers’ event at Ginza Onodera, a fine-dining Japanese restaurant in Mayfair where we were treated to a masterclass in teppan cooking. Previously Matsuri, it re-opened as Ginza Onodera in March 2017 following a major £2.5m refurbishment. As Ginza Onodera, it is now part of the world-renowned Onodera Group, which […]

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The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – 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 […]

#FoodieFriends – Dan’s Review of The Pass Restaurant

#FoodieFriends – Dan’s Review of The Pass Restaurant

by Megan Hallinan @ truffle – Got To Be Gourmet

This week’s #FoodieFriends post is from Dan Ericsson, a friend from University. He has an excellent taste in all things food and drink and has written about The Pass restaurant at South Lodge Hotel in Sussex. Funnily enough, it’s a sister company to Pennyhill Park, which I wrote about earlier this week. Great foodie minds think alike 😉 “It’s been four and a bit years since I moved from Sussex to London, hoping to find my fortune and some amazing food alongside it. Whilst restaurant-hunting has undeniably been successful with London’s excellent restaurant scene and a strong collection of favourites….. I’m painfully aware of the irony that if you offered me a meal anywhere in the country I’d pick somewhere about 20 minutes from where I grew up. Seeing a photo of the restaurant itself and the hotel containing it you wouldn’t connect the two at all. The hotel is a lovely country manor, and walking into the reception area there’s a definite sense of it being the perfect setting for a Poirot novel. The …

REVIEW: Phat Phuc Noodle Bar, Sydney Street, Chelsea - The Foodaholic

REVIEW: Phat Phuc Noodle Bar, Sydney Street, Chelsea - The Foodaholic


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If there was ever an award for the best named restaurant in London then it would have to be awarded to this tasty Vietnamese restaurant…

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 […]

Filling A Restaurant-Worthy Pantry In Your Own Home

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

If you love your food, then it’s likely that some of your favorite restaurants also serve as your own benchmark for what makes great food. If you want to reach the lofty heights of your favorite dining experiences, then you need more than talent. You have to be willing to invest in your ingredients and […]

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Happy Eaters: Child-Friendly Restaurants & Where to Find Them

by Joy Montgomery @ Absolutely.London

Most children are fussy diners, to varying degrees. But how can we expand their foodie repertoire? Discover London's best child-friendly restaurants

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El Pirata, Mayfair

by Nana Wereko-Brobby @ Social Concierge

The Vibe Tucked away in a quiet corner of London’s Mayfair sits a cosy, rustic and charming tapas bar named El Pirata. The outside is unpretentious, a sentiment that is carried on into the restaurants interior and staff, who welcome you with warm familiarity as though you’re a regular. And you’re certainly not alone in […]

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Shin La Restaurant

Shin La Restaurant


Shin La Restaurant

Korean Restaurant offering authentic Asian Cuisine in Brattleboro, VT.

Keene Recognized as Top Bitcoin City by FoodTruckOperator.com

by Ian @ Free Keene

In the summer of 2016, Isabelle Rose launched her Keene, NH food truck, “Bon Vivant Gourmet Street Foods”, serving delicious Vietnamese food. From the beginning she was accepting Bitcoin! Though she’s closed for the winter and planning to open a sit-down restaurant next, Food Truck Operator, a food truck industry website, has published a piece […]

Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Breakfast Parcels and Vietnamese Supper Clubs

Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Breakfast Parcels and Vietnamese Supper Clubs

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – 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 […]

Help Us Design the Perfect Putney Program

by kevin @ Putney Student Travel

Putney has a long history of providing innovative programming and summer travel opportunities for high school students. We’re always aiming to improve our program offerings to reflect the realities that shape our world and to best respond to the needs … Continue reading

Eight Over Eight

by Nana Wereko-Brobby @ Social Concierge

The Vibe At first look like your typical Chelsea hangout, with no carbs on the menu and everyone looking surprisingly similar. In actual fact, behind the blossom facade is a local hotspot for exceptional food and family affairs. This long-standing restaurant offers a perfect collection of Pan-Asian bites, from dim sum to Okra, Aubergine and […]

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Arthur Hooper’s

by A Girl Has to Eat @ A Girl has to Eat - (and travel) Restaurant and travel reviews

Arthur Hooper’s Arthur Hooper’s is a relatively new addition to London Bridge and a stone’s throw away from the already vibrant food scene at Borough Market. Given that it is in an already competitive dining area full of crowd pleasers, Arthur Hooper’s does well to make its mark. In days gone by, it was once […]

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Bro Ole Scheeren completes art museum near Beijings Forbidden City

by landscapevoice@gmail.com (Lucy Wang) @ Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Büro Ole Scheeren recently completed Guardian Art Center, a contemporary art museum heralded as the “world’s first ever custom-built auction house.” Located close to Beijing’s historic Forbidden City, this hybrid cultural institution offers mixed-use programming from galleries and conservation facilities to a hotel, restaurants, events spaces, and even integrated public transport infrastructure. Designed to respect Beijing’s traditional urban fabric, Guardian Art Center...

Bro Ole Scheeren completes art museum near Beijings Forbidden City

by landscapevoice@gmail.com (Lucy Wang) @ Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Büro Ole Scheeren recently completed Guardian Art Center, a contemporary art museum heralded as the “world’s first ever custom-built auction house.” Located close to Beijing’s historic Forbidden City, this hybrid cultural institution offers mixed-use programming from galleries and conservation facilities to a hotel, restaurants, events spaces, and even integrated public transport infrastructure. Designed to respect Beijing’s traditional urban fabric, Guardian Art Center...

Lemongrass Logo

Lemongrass Logo

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

Tester logo for the new pop up restaurant.

Mien Tay Wins Love Your Local Awards 2015

by Mien Tay @ Mien Tay Restaurants

Mien Tay Battersea are honoured to be presented as the winner of the ‘Love Your Local Awards 2015’. Our winning certificate pictured above was presented to us by Jane Ellison MP, a member of Parliament for Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth. We would like to personally thank everyone who nominated us. We are very pleased as we were not expecting the award and we look forward to welcoming you to our restaurant again!

Exploring Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

Exploring Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

by Megan Hallinan @ Got To Be Gourmet

I am WOEFULLY behind on my blog at the moment. And I mean, woefully. Work has been incredibly busy and my whole summer was booked up with wonderful weddings and hen dos. Tim and I managed to pair some of the weddings with a few short holidays here and there to explore the surrounding areas, rather than rushing straight back to London for work. One of the weddings was over the Summer bank holiday near the gorgeous city of Bath, so we decided to spend a couple of days exploring Somerset. Despite both of us having lived in Devon for a number of years, and with family in Wiltshire, we hadn’t got around to seeing much of Somerset yet. But now we have a car, we wanted to change that. We stayed at the White Hart Inn in Somerton, essentially a pub and restaurant with rooms. I’m always a little cautious about booking ‘pub’ hotels but this was on Mr & Mrs Smith, which is usually an indicator of a good, quality hotel. Our bedroom …

New Pho Restaurant Set to Open in SW19 — Lady Wimbledon

New Pho Restaurant Set to Open in SW19 — Lady Wimbledon


Lady Wimbledon

Pho, the healthy Vietnamese street food restaurant, will open its doors on Wimbledon Hill Road in November.

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