Archive for September, 2011

The Woolpack, London

Sun is shining, it’s summer again in September/October (?!), what better than to go to to the pub with everyone at lunchtime? Oh happy day! Sun, beer garden, cool icy drinks… blissful! At the moment, I am currently really strapped for cash. And it is times like these when you realise how expensive food is. […]

Bang Bang Chicken!

Next time you’re wondering around in Camden, here’s somewhere to try.  Coming out of the station, you head to the right and towards the market.  As you go over the bridge, on the right-hand side and just by the bikes, is a Chinese food stall with a gent full of character who will let you […]

The Diner, Shoreditch

Having been to The Breakfast Club before and really enjoying it, I was a little unsure when going to The Diner.  Though, I am pleased to say that I had an enjoyable experience!  Starting off with a Coke Float, I delighted in half-drinking, half-eating it until food came. I went for the full, all day […]

Chocolate-covered edamame!

I passed these one evening while paying for my sushi. And I LOVE edamame. Normally though, the only edamame I am familiar with are the ones that come steamed, and with a sprinkling of chilli salt. So I was very intrigued to see these. And I like them! I wasn’t sure what to expect but […]

Pierre Hermé – macarons

Oh Pierre. You really are exquisite at what you do. I never thought that I was a fan of macarons until I ate yours. Now I want to try every flavour you invent. Pictured from left to right – salted caramel, rose, pistachio and passionfruit/milk chocolate Available from Selfridges on Oxford Street.  Pierre Hermé