I used to work just off Oxford Street near Fitzrovia, where a plethora of underrated eateries (used to and still) reside. Whilst Soho boasts some of the city’s trendy and talk-worthy spots, restaurants around the “Noho” area don’t really get the marks they deserve. Koba, a… View Post

Something I miss about living in Asia is the food. From Singaporean eats to Malaysian feasts to the emerging identity of Filipino cuisine, the regional gastronomic scene is one to excite palates and bellies on a global scale. Surely, there’s nothing better than hopping on a plane… View Post

House of Ho has seen a a number of changes two years since inception: Ian Pengelley taking over Bobby Chinn; moving from flamboyant Old Compton Street to cool cat Fitzrovia; a new focus on private dining; a brighter, more convivial new home; a new lounge… View Post

Alan Yau has a collection of restaurants that serve dim sum and though I do feel that his selection is pretty much the same in his establishments (just with different price points and ambience) Yauatcha has always been a safe bet. However, recently my preference has geared… View Post

Somewhere in the heart of Chelsea, tucked in a little corner, is a little bit of Paris. Don’t believe me? Told you. 😉 Named after Gustave Eiffel (the man behind the world’s most iconic architectural pieces), Brasserie Gustave is London’s fresh take on traditional Parisian brasseries.… View Post