• My foodie highlights of 2020

    Happy New Year and welcome to 2021 my fellow readers. My first 2021 blog post will cover …

  • The steakshop Jacks Creek Sirloin

    I bought an Australian Ribeye Wagyu and Txuleta Sirloin steak from an online store called …

  • Victor Okunowo at the Talking Drum

    I met Masterchef the professionals Victor Okunowo several years ago at a flat in Romford …

  • Charcoal fireside cooking at Soho’s Robata restaurant

    I was craving an izakaya style Japanese restaurant a few days ago and ended up …

  • My foodie highlights of 2020

    My foodie highlights of 2020

    Happy New Year and welcome to 2021 my fellow readers. My first 2021 blog post will cover my foodie highlights of  2020. It was difficult putting this together as restaurants were shut for a good number of months, so I…

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    The steakshop Jacks Creek Sirloin

    The steakshop Jacks Creek Sirloin

    I bought an Australian Ribeye Wagyu and Txuleta Sirloin steak from an online store called the Steakshop a few months ago and absolutely loved it soo much I blogged about it. The Australian Wagyu was highly marbled with an 8-9…

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    Victor Okunowo at the Talking Drum

    Victor Okunowo at the Talking Drum

    I met Masterchef the professionals Victor Okunowo several years ago at a flat in Romford and wrote a piece then about how he was “passionate and had many creative ideas”. He used African spices to create dishes that evoked memories…

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    Charcoal fireside cooking at Soho’s Robata restaurant

    Charcoal fireside cooking at Soho’s Robata …

    I was craving an izakaya style Japanese restaurant a few days ago and ended up picking one that stood out on Soho’s Old Compton street, called Robata. The restaurant is named after a Japanese charcoal fireside cooking style known as…

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    Akoko , a west African restaurant in Fitzrovia

    Akoko , a west African restaurant in Fitzrovia

    Hi readers, it’s been a while. I visited a newly opened West African restaurant in Fitzrovia called Akoko and just thought I share the evenings pictures.  Akoko means time in Yoruba, and what an apt name to pick as it’s…

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