Dining out on fancy a.k.a no basic Nandos dinner dates has become a bit of a rarity for us. It isn’t that we don’t want to because trust me – there are so many restaurants out there that I would love to go to – but quite simply, we’re just a bit smarter with our money. K told me about Gymkhana a few months ago and it is notorious for its difficulty in booking reservations. You can’t book more than two months in advance and even then getting a decent dinner time reservation was harder than it seemed. After managing… View Post
It was already decided that for New Year’s Eve, I wanted to do something special. I wasn’t really interested in going to a club, or a party. I wanted to do something exclusive and a bit more on the ‘grown up side’. Why? Simply because, I didn’t feel the need to be surrounded by drunken people who didn’t even realise the 10 second count down to midnight. Seriously though, how are you even out for New Years Eve and not even realising it is passed midnight?! After a few Google searches on the best things to do in London for New… View Post
I seafood, and I eat it. – Geddit? ha ha ha. American dining restaurant, Big Easy has two branches in London: Kings Road and Covent Garden. With its amazing food, live entertainment and back bar it is no wonder that it is one of the busiest places to dine. I have been lucky enough to have eaten at Big Easy Covent Garden twice now, but that does not include being turned away at the door on four other occasions – yeah it is THAT busy. Reservations are an actual MUST for Big Easy. Nonetheless it can not be as bad… View Post
I love discovering new restaurants that I am still yet to sit down and have a delicious meal in… I literally buzz inside. Especially when I’m thoroughly analysing the menu and mentally picking out my favourites in my head. It was only when I was out with my best friend, that I discovered, a special hidden gem in one of the small roads in-between Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. The American chain restaurant Planet Hollywood.
So since when did Westfield London update its restaurants on the Southern Terrace? Either I’m totally late to this news, or I’m just oblivious to any restaurant thats not Nandos or Byron. Having just come back from Los Angeles, I wasn’t exactly comfortable with spending ridiculous amounts of money. It’s much easier for me to say no to that top in Zara, or those pair of heels from Office. But food? Hell no. My weakness, and I’m always down for trying something new. Walking in Wesfields with my girls, we we’re unsure of what to have for dinner. There are… View Post