With so many new restaurants popping up in London every month week, coming across something that’s not already been de- and re-constructed 25 times over is a rare thing. And yet it’s just what super-popular, Thai-inspired Kiln does. With a succession of 5* reviews under their belt, as well original Thai-inspired small plates cooked with first-class British […]
Put together the words ‘Piccadilly Circus’, ‘eclectic menu’ and ‘club’, and you’re pretty much garanteed I’m never, ever going to set food into whatever restaurant you’re talking about. I did however make an exception for DSTRKT and I’m so glad I did.
I first fell in love with Deep South American classics when we visited New Orleans a bit over a year ago. The weather this past few day had me reminissing about that trip, craving the heat, the Bourbon Street atmosphere, the music, and most of all, the food!
About a year ago, Taiwanese milk bun sensation Bao went from street food stall to brick-and-mortar and opened their first restaurant on Lexington Street. And people have been queuing ever since.
With so many new pop-ups and restaurants opening their doors every week, return visits are a rare occurence, especially if said restaurants don’t happen to be within a 5-min walking radius from my front door.