Tossing up dough with Pizza Scuola at Ponti’s

Just off Oxford Circus is Ponti’s, a traditional family-run Italian restaurant with a history inspired by hard work and big dreams. Walking in, I was drawn to the open kitchen reminding me of eateries I’ve visited in Italy. The pungent smell of garlic and cured meat created a little rumble…

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PAUL Christmas Range (something for sweet foodie friends)

I like PAUL. Their viennoiserie and coffee combo used to be my morning staple. It’s also been a dependable patisserie for when I need an emergency cake for any sort of celebration. And during the rare times I crave for baguettes for lunch, it’s the place I’d run to. Needless to…

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Roma London: where Ancient Rome came back to life

A few weeks ago, Roma London opened its doors to a city of foodies waiting to sample the restaurant’s conceptual fare. The restaurant aims to bring 2000 years’ worth of flavours and passions of Ancient Rome into the heart of the London dining scene. And they couldn’t have found a more…

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La Petite Provence at The Folly: where French country meets the City

There’s something about the French countryside that just makes me smile: the rustic charm of cottage homes that shout comfort; fields of green, yellow and lavender that stretch to forever; the abundance of fresh produce from herbs to protein and the gorgeous, glorious food that comes with; and of course,…

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Bloggers’ Tea at Dalloway Terrace

Growing up, I had a voracious appetite for books and stories. I loved reading my text books even before school started and would always ask for a pitstop at a book shop instead of a toy store. Over the years my taste changed from Archie comics to a bit of Marvel;…

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