Roasted cauliflower and fennel with chickpeas and spinach

This tasty warm salad is perfect for meat-free Monday’s. We all need more of those. Cauliflower is such an underrated vegetable, I think because it was abused through many a childhood, boiled to… Continue reading

Rhubarb and ginger upsidedown cake

With spring supposedly immanent, rhubarb supplies are dwindling. And this makes me sad. It hasn’t been a great season for my pink fingered friends. Such a long and cold winter they struggled to come… Continue reading

The Clove Club, Shoreditch

From the lads behind Upstairs at The Ten Bells, The Clove Club is their latest and first permanent London fixture. Located in the historic Shoreditch Town Hall, they have fitted out a front… Continue reading

Upsidedown plum cake

Get your baking apron on and whip up this delicious delight for the weekend. Very easy for the non-bakers and guaranteed to impress. The plums give a gorgeous colour and slightly tart taste, serve… Continue reading

Ben’s Chili Bowl, Washington DC

Obama, Bill Cosby, Sarkozy, Oprah and now Lady Rhubarb, all have something in common. We have all scoffed the famous chili at the Washington landmark which is Ben’s Chili Bowl. For over 53… Continue reading

Dirty Burger, Kentish Town

I feel slightly violated. There is one dirty burger in the hood. It’s damn dirty and it’s damn good! But let me clarify a very important equation here, the overwhelming enjoyment of this… Continue reading

Pear and almond cake

So they say it’s now autumn. I feel a little ripped off on the seasons front in the UK. I think we really only get two. Spring and winter. There is no in-between, we certainly… Continue reading

The Ledbury, London

I have finally dined at The Ledbury. Having lived in London for almost four years now, it has been one restaurant on my must do list since I moved here. And it certainly… Continue reading

Dinner and brunch in Copenhagen

It’s no secret that Copenhagen is a foodie mecca. And it’s not only the acclaimed restaurant Noma which is sensationalising Nordic cuisine. As it happened Noma was closed for the summer so I… Continue reading

Münferit – Istanbul

Walking along the steep cobbled lanes of Çukurcuma, an area tucked away from the bustling Istiklal pedestrian mall in the centre of Istanbul, I instantly thought, I could live here. Antique furniture spills… Continue reading