Welcome to the Sushi California, such a lovely place, such a lovely place… Well, it is. There’s a slogan on the window outside of “sushi with a style, prices with a smile”. That’s certainly lived up to in the experience at Sushi California.
Get set for Zzetta. This soul-fired pizzeria is one of the latest additions to Canning Town, offering modern pies in a casual setting. We head in to delight our tastebuds with their artisan yet street casual pizzas, as well as check out their other menu […]
Often touted as the best ramen in Paris, I’m left slightly torn on my opinion of Kotteri Ramen Naritake. Part of me is convinced this is the best I’ve ever eaten, the other part recognises that it’s awfully salty bowl of broth. The divided opinion characterises the reviews of Kotteri that you’ll see around the web. Read on and find out more!
“Have you eaten”. That’s what JiaBa refers to in Taiwanese. JiaBa the Spitalfields market stall, is one of the newer additions, providing Taiwanese street food. It’s flavour packed food that satisfies if you don’t mind the minimised portion size.
Ohayōgozaimasu! Here’s a food combination that we don’t see so often: Japanese and Brunch. At the very popular House of Small Wonder rice bowls and scrambled eggs unite to deliver a flavour packed start to your day in a gorgeous, leafy setting.
Come to Blue Amsterdam for the view, and then be quietly impressed with how good (and surprisingly, not over-priced) the food is. We head into Blue to take shelter from the rain. Of course, there’s the lovely 360° panorama that the restaurant offers too. Here’s […]
“Bare bones pick serves hearty plates”: Google hits the nail on the head with its description of Khmer Thai. We head in for some delicious (but cut price) Cambodian-Thai cuisine. The portions are crazy and the food is crazy good.