Singapore Brunch at Nosh

A colonial house hidden among the green fields and uphill streets of Rochester Park, Nosh is your ultimate cute brunch destination in Singapore. Eating at Nosh is an outstanding experience whether you’re hanging out on its terrace or inside its designer surroundings. Nosh serves up Western brunch classics with a Singapore twist at an affordable … More Singapore Brunch at Nosh

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Merchants of Ultimo

There’s nothing like lunch at Broadway’s Merchants of Ultimo to prepare me for a long day of uni. Located at the entrance of the Broadway Shopping Centre on the Bay Street side, Merchants of Ultimo is everything you might want from a restaurant. No wonder it’s been called “a food court for foodies” by The … More Merchants of Ultimo

Curing the Cuban blues: Asia De Cuba brunch

I had the Cuban blues, so I went to cure them at St Martin’s Lane Hotel’s slick Asia De Cuba. Spoiler alert: it worked. Launched last September, Asia De Cuba’s signature Chino-Latino brunch gives diners the hard choice to pick either a cocktail (£48) or champagne and cocktail (£70) bottomless brunch. Devised by Cuban-born executive chef Luis Pous, … More Curing the Cuban blues: Asia De Cuba brunch

Lunch BXD: healthy lunches for busy Londoners

Stylist’s “Reclaim your lunch break” and another bunch of campaigns are making it clear: it’s time to stop having a boring soup with crisps at your desks. But what if like me you have no time to make or buy a decent lunch? Enter Lunch BXD, a lunch delivery service that makes your mid-day meals everything … More Lunch BXD: healthy lunches for busy Londoners

Bowing down to egg mania at Foxcroft & Ginger… and The Gallery

London is going nuts for eggs. What with Bad Egg whipping up one of the best brunches in the City, Good Egg opening up in Stoke Newington, Egg Break scrambling it up in Uxbridge and an egg café setting up shop in Dalston’s Beyond Retro, I couldn’t help but bow down to the trend and … More Bowing down to egg mania at Foxcroft & Ginger… and The Gallery

3 London healthy-eating spots

I’m just about surviving the back-from-holiday blues – and I need to shed extra kilos courtesy of gelato off my legs. This doesn’t mean I can’t have fun: here are three great London healthy spots that won’t make you feel too guilty after a meal. Daylesford Organic Marylebone Daylesford Organic is a household name when it … More 3 London healthy-eating spots

Eating, Blogging and Networking: #LLBlogEvent and The London Foodies Collective

What an exciting week this has been! Here’s a short overview of the wonderful events I’ve had the pleasure to be part of this week: first, the incredibly insightful #LLBlogEvent by blogger JJ Miller from Love London and then a full-on foodie five-course meal with the London Foodies Collective. … More Eating, Blogging and Networking: #LLBlogEvent and The London Foodies Collective

Out in Soho: La Bodega Negra and Piano Bar Soho

I guess nearly four years in the United Kingdom are starting to take a toll on my sense of humour. Which is why, when I learnt my dad was going to be in town, I found it perfectly acceptable to have him walk through the door of London’s La Bodega Negra, the Mexican restaurant and cocktail … More Out in Soho: La Bodega Negra and Piano Bar Soho

Review: Bull In A China Shop’s opening weekend in Shoreditch

A new Oriental eatery has set up shop on Shoreditch High Street, promising to pair up black charcoal Chicken burgers with Japanese whiskey. Here’s my review of Bull In A China Shop after its opening weekend. … More Review: Bull In A China Shop’s opening weekend in Shoreditch

In Perugia for the International Journalism Festival: timeless architecture, breath-taking views and foodie treats

What better way to spend the weekend than walking around the dreamy Italian city of Perugia, listening to engaging talks about the future of journalism? Here is my account of my(very touch and go) weekend at the International Journalism Festival 2015. SPOILER ALERT: I didn’t couchsurf this time. … More In Perugia for the International Journalism Festival: timeless architecture, breath-taking views and foodie treats