Issy’s Milky Way

The vintage way of London living. Think Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Buddy Holly. This fun, fresh 50’s American style diner at 28 Camden passage provides extremely satisfying milkshakes, cookies, whoopie pies, ice-cream, hot dogs, and cheese sandwiches. I can’t wait to go back and reward myself for doing so well on that detox…   The Elvis…

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

    What’s the more you have of it, the less you see?   The English Afternoon Tea, the epitome of class and sophistication, but what happens when you mix a few lines from a classic children’s story with an old tradition? Behold! Set in the Japanese garden at The Sanderson Hotel, spend an afternoon riddled with…

The Four Corners Cafe

The Four Corners Cafe opened a little over a week ago in Lower Marsh near Waterloo station, I was tweeted and thought I’d pop by and say hi! The owner Gary explained how he wanted to create a space for fellow travellers to freely daydream about their next holiday and share a few stories from…

The Lobster Roll at B.O.B’s

London Bridge was one of the first places I lived when I moved here for uni but back then I didn’t pay much attention to anywhere other than Nandos. There was no need for me to look further as they always looked after students by means of free chicken. Going back to Borough Market/Southbank today…

Luardos, King of Burritos

Get ready for the weekend everyone! It’s a wrap. When you were younger did you ever play the game spot the yellow car? Well this version is a little bit different, try to spot a parked Turquoise van with a trail of ravenous visitors. If you’ve been working hard, eating that leftover dinner you carry…

Perky Yum Buns

I am so deprived of 面食 (noodles, dumplings, buns) lately and making my own with frozen wrappers from SeeWoo is just not the same… My destination today is Yum Bun, street vendor turned permanent fixture opposite Old Street tube station. The crowd started pouring in a little after 6 and the waiting times understandably became…