It’s hard to pick a venue for a big gathering and it can be a bit of a gamble when it is a place that has not been to before. The main thing is that you want everything to go smoothly from the service to the quality of the food.
Close to Venice train station is where Osteria Nova is located. To fuel ourselves for our travels, it had to be pasta for a late lunch.
It’s great that nowadays it is easier to be able to eat out whatever dietary restrictions you may have, whether it is breakfast, lunch, dinner or even afternoon tea that you fancy. Nosh Garden Kitchen specialises in a Vegan Afternoon Tea.
It’s that time of year to have Semla. Semla is associated with Lent.
As the name suggests, Kashmiri Aroma is all about the cuisine and flavours from Kashmir. From the outside, the restaurants looks a bit like a country pub. The interior is big and seems to extend out to different sectioned areas. Ornate wooden style paintings decorate the walls.
A friend had told me about the wonderful pizza at Franco Manca many years ago. This was when it had opened one of its first branches down in Brixton. Although Franco Manca has recently been popping everywhere, it is only now that Franco Manca has been visited. I trust my friend’s judgement of cafes and resturants and there’s not been a time when places haven’t lived up to high standards.
A rainy morning meant a breakfast near by to our residence. What could be better than trying out Pascal; a bakery that is well known for its products.
If you are celebrating Valentine’s Day in the USA, then check out Zagat’s list of these restaurants. From Atlanta to Washington D.C, a range of romantic restaurants are on the cards.
Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday falls on the 13th February this year. Fancy taking up a pancake eating challenge or heading to a pancake party?
Jai Krishna is an Indian vegetarian version of Roti King. A simple no fuss restaurant that just does tasty quality food. Our review of Roti King can be found here Roti King – Euston The interior of Jai Krishna is made of metal tables and chairs contrasted against red walls. It is a bring your…
The 25th January is Burns Night and there are planty of places to celebrate it in London. From the gorgeous venue at Bourne & Hollingsworth, quality whiskies at The Gallery to the Scottish street food masters at Mac & Wild, plenty of special menus are on offer.
Lumiere London returns to London from the 18th – 21st January. To coinicide with this light installation festival, there is a Dine Your Way package.