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Holborn Grind - Outrageously amazing coffee

I remember the time my cousin and his wife visiting me from Australia last year, he said good coffee in London is hard to find. I suggested for him to stay in the Shoreditch/Old Street area, known for hidden spots for coffee. Shoreditch Grind is created by David a Londoner and his friend Kaz from Melbourne. Holborn Grind is their second branch. The indepe[...]

All you can eat at Mr Sushi

Those all you can eat Japanese places in London are quite decent, I've reviewed many here on the blog. There's a different format setting in each place. Mr Sushi is along Shepards Bush road, near O2 Shepards Bush. You can order food from the menu or sit in for the buffet menu.   The buffet menu at Mr Sushi is extensive with plenty of different[...]

Rebateszone Top 50 UK Food Blogs to follow

Hi guys, so excited to be included in Rebateszone Top UK 50 Food Blogs to follow. Check out the infographic and the rest of the top 50 great blogs out there. Readers, what do you like reading on my site? Restaurant reviews, my travel diaries, events, bar adventures, roaming the street food scene? Have you got other favourites, comment and I will check [...]

exploring Basque Country delights

Do you know that Basque is one of the oldest languages in Europe? Basque Country located just north of Spain between France, has the best of both world’s to source best ingredients, making it one of the top gastronomic destinations in the world. San Sebastian’s is also nearby making it the perfect backdrop for photo opportunities. Food is affordable wit[...]

SuperStar BBQ - Hissing sounds of the Korean BBQ

St Giles street has suddenly been swept with Asian restaurants on two popular ramen joints Kanada-Ya and Ippudo. Next door to Ippudo is new Korean BBQ SuperStar BBQ by the people who brought you Bibimbap. Korean BBQ is very popular in Seoul, I just came back from a trip in May, and the city is surrounded with 24 hour Korean BBQ places where you just turn[...]

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