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Hammersmith area guide - Jorgensen Turner

Hammersmith area guide - Jorgensen Turner


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Find out why Hammersmith is a popular locations for Londoners. Jorgensen Turner's area guide will show you around.

London’s Best Green Spaces

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

When tourists imagine London, there are a number of things that may spring to mind – Buckingham Palace, The London Eye, The Thames, Prince Harry, Paddington Bear, Harrods – the … Read More

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Christmas Fun in London

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

London is one of the best places to visit over the festive season as the whole city lights up; from the beautiful twinkling lights strung up over Oxford Street, to … Read More

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Mien Tay Restaurants

Mien Tay Restaurants


Mien Tay Restaurants

Cuisine from South-West Vietnam

Top 5 cake Shops at Walt Disney World

by Todd @

At Walt Disney World, eating is half the fun and skipping dessert just isn’t done. That’s wonderful news for dessert lovers, especially cake aficionados.  But with over 130 restaurants serving a wide variety of pastries, choosing the right place for...

Brand New Mobile Friendly Website

by Mien Tay @ Mien Tay Restaurants

Hello and welcome to our brand new mobile friendly, responsive website. We will also have a new updated food and wine menu for you soon. We hope you like the new website, please do let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback.

5 Best Places To Eat Local Food in The Philippines

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Food has been the number one reason why people fly to different countries in a year because you will truly get to experience the country if your eat their food. And if you are heading to Manila, aside from the...

The Pergola On The Roof Team Have a New Food Hall

The Pergola On The Roof Team Have a New Food Hall


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A Tomato Sauce with a Twist

A Tomato Sauce with a Twist

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

I can’t honestly write up a proper recipe for this. I took inspiration from a pasta dish from a local Italian restaurant and ran with it, using up bits and bobs from the fridge. Blai took my vague instructions/ideas and turned it into a wonderful dinner a couple nights ago – and I thought I’d […]

Creating bonding with your beloved through family travel

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Everybody likes to travel. Family travel is educational and exciting. it is an opportunity to feel exotic and new food, create new friends and just to immerse in to a new culture. Family travel particularly with small infants can be...

Aobaba review – Vietnamese street food comes to Wood Green

Aobaba review – Vietnamese street food comes to Wood Green

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

It’s a fast food outlet! It’s a mini-mart! It’s both?! Update July 2013 – this restaurant has closed Wood Green is an unloved part of north London that isn’t exactly a dining destination, so it was the last place I expected to find a fast food-style eatery dishing up bánh mì or Vietnamese sandwiches. Aobaba … Continue reading

Da Nang – London (Hammersmith)

Da Nang – London (Hammersmith)


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February 2016 Best for: good value Vietnamese food  Da Nang can be found about a ten minute walk from Hammersmith station, on the way towards Ravenscourt Park. I visited on a Thursday evening in se…

An Indian Sunday Roast Brunch at Karnavar in Croydon

An Indian Sunday Roast Brunch at Karnavar in Croydon

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

I’m not entirely sure why we’d not yet been to Karnavar on South End, Croydon’s restaurant street. It’s a more upmarket Indian restaurant and I think we were going to save it for a special occasion. Well, that is, until I discovered they have a spectacular deal for Sunday brunch – five courses for £25, […]

Park's Edge Bar and Restaurant Is Ruffling Local Feathers

Park's Edge Bar and Restaurant Is Ruffling Local Feathers

by Robert Greene @ Londonist

A bijou off the beaten track.

Duddell’s review – heavenly Chinese cooking in a London Bridge church

Duddell’s review – heavenly Chinese cooking in a London Bridge church

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Hong Kong jewel glistens in the shadow of the Shard It’s very easy to take things for granted and Cantonese food is one of those things. London has been fortunate enough to benefit from some respectable and credible Cantonese cooking for several years now. And yet this venerable style of cooking has fallen out of … Continue reading

Breddos Tacos Soho review – brilliance served with a side of incompetence

Breddos Tacos Soho review – brilliance served with a side of incompetence

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Raffish Clerkenwell Mexican sprouts second branch in Soho A great many things flow through my mind when I’m being ignored at a restaurant, once I become bored with my phone. Will I starve to death in this place, with lunching desk jockeys and freelance debutantes stepping over my desiccated remains? Are these walls supposed to … Continue reading

Banh Mi 11 review – Berwick Street’s Vietnamese baguettes

Banh Mi 11 review – Berwick Street’s Vietnamese baguettes

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

London’s best Vietnamese sandwiches? I eat my way through almost the entire menu to find out. I have a few culinary obsessions and one them is banh mi or Vietnamese sandwiches. A few places in London do them and the simply named Banh Mi 11 may be the best of the lot. It’s not a … Continue reading

Légende, Québec, Canada

Légende, Québec, Canada

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

I knew I had a solo dinner in Québec and after reaching out on Twitter, Renée got in touch again (hello!) and recommended Légende, a highly acclaimed restaurant specialising in Boreal cuisine, i.e cuisine using ingredients only found in the Boreal (Northern) forests of Canada. No lemons or passion fruit or aubergines here! While not unique in […]

Kin review – Holborn’s Asian street food hideaway

Kin review – Holborn’s Asian street food hideaway

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Jack of all trades but master of none? Following my stiflingly average experience at Banana Tree, I wasn’t enthused about trying another budget pan-Asian eatery but the need for a cheap meal after a hard day’s slog at work prompted me to visit Kin. This new restaurant, located on a side road you probably wouldn’t stumble across, … Continue reading

The Dove, Hammersmith

by fizzoflife @ Fizz of Life Blog

Rule Britannia Would you like to sin With Elinor Glyn On a tiger skin? Or […]

Bombay Bustle review – the casual Jamavar spin-off stuck at the platform

Bombay Bustle review – the casual Jamavar spin-off stuck at the platform

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

In this case ‘casual’ means ‘cheaper’. Sort of. It’s always fascinating to see what happens when a lauded, Michelin-starred fine-dining restaurant launches a ‘casual’ spin-off. When Dabbous attempted it, the result was the very different and somewhat odd Barnyard. Both of those restaurants have now closed and, in retrospect, Barnyard felt a somewhat patronising, phoned-in … Continue reading

Old Tree Daiwan Bee review – the other Taiwanese restaurant on Rupert Street

Old Tree Daiwan Bee review – the other Taiwanese restaurant on Rupert Street

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Xu’s cheaper and more homely neighbour By accident or design, the sumptuously superlative Xu isn’t the only Taiwanese restaurant on Rupert Street. The West End’s most unlikely restaurant side street is also home to Old Tree Daiwan Bee. This oddly-named Taiwanese restaurant originally started out on a site in Golder’s Green and must be one … Continue reading

Little Duck The Picklery review – the height of summer in the depths of winter

Little Duck The Picklery review – the height of summer in the depths of winter

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Picklery not gimmickry. The sweet life. Keep it sweet. A sweet deal. Sweet as honey. Sweet as pie. Our understandable preoccupation with sweetness and sweet foods is so deeply ingrained that the word itself has become a synonym for all that is desirable and good in the English language. But this has also blinded us, … Continue reading

Saigon Saigon, Hammersmith

Saigon Saigon, Hammersmith


Fizz of Life Blog

Good evening, Vietnam! Vietnam is a simply fabulous place. Twice I have had the privilege of visiting this fascinating country. The first time we travelled to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and on to a …

What To Do In Hammersmith - 12 hours In Hammersmith With CityStasher

What To Do In Hammersmith - 12 hours In Hammersmith With CityStasher


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You've got 12 hours in Hammersmith. Where to stash, what to see, do, eat and drink — we’ve got you covered with our CityStasher guides...

Cay Tre Hoxton review – better than its Soho sibling?

Cay Tre Hoxton review – better than its Soho sibling?

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Goodbye Vietnam? Following my unimpressive and disappointing experience at the new branch of Vietnamese restaurant Cay Tre on Dean Street in Soho, I received a few emails suggesting that I would have a better time at the original restaurant in Hoxton on Old Street. I decided to try it out one weekday lunchtime, but I … Continue reading

Yen review – the soba ‘specialists’ that also serve sushi, sashimi and donburi

Yen review – the soba ‘specialists’ that also serve sushi, sashimi and donburi

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

A head-scratching double take on The Strand Bringing an under-appreciated cuisine or dish to foreign shores is an effort fraught with all sorts of logistical, culinary and financial difficulties. Reviewing such an effort isn’t as arduous, but still has pitfalls of its own. Yen, a new restaurant on The Strand, is a purported specialist in … Continue reading

Gilly’s Fry Bar review – the chippy that wants to be a tempura restaurant

Gilly’s Fry Bar review – the chippy that wants to be a tempura restaurant

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Finsbury Park doesn’t need more battered fried food I have a confession to make. It’s a deeply unpopular, long-held opinion that will not endear me to many of you. It’ll be even more controversial than the time I disparaged chicken, dismissing it as a soulless meat fit only for children and invalids. I don’t like … Continue reading

Core by Clare Smyth review – fine dining where meat isn’t the main course

Core by Clare Smyth review – fine dining where meat isn’t the main course

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Not nearly as cliched as you might think at first glance Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A fine dining restaurant with a much-vaunted chef at the helm has opened in leafy, wealthy zone 1 West London and serves dishes based on seasonal British produce. If that sentence of postmodern London restaurant cliches … Continue reading

Reaching NEW heights with the Trellis skyscraper

by Wayne Davis @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

We’re all for impressive ingenuity here at LUMA Concept Hotel London, which is why we’re more than excited to discuss the new 1 Undershaft Tower.

The 1 Undershaft, nicknamed … Read More

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Miss P’s Barbecue review – proper BBQ comes to Croydon

Miss P’s Barbecue review – proper BBQ comes to Croydon

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Disclosure: I backed this restaurant’s crowdfunding effort on Kickstarter (in the range of £50-£100). Update 17/10/17 – corrected details about the pulled pork and fixed some typos. Unlike some other reviewers, I’m not obsessively critical of the famed Michelin Guide (not that either gives a fig about what I think). While it certainly has its … Continue reading

Fresh, Healthy and Real: London’s Best Vietnamese Food

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Vietnam is a land of lively cultures, vivid landscapes and a rich history. It’s also the origin of some of the most delicious food in the world. The cuisine has experienced a popularity boost of late –the plain spring roll...

Youth Culture In Paris

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Many people who have visited Paris for vacations usually leave with a misplaced notion that Parisians are rude especially the waters that work in big restaurants. This however is not the case. The only reason why most people think it...

Diwana Bhel Poori review – Euston vegetarian Indian group dining

Diwana Bhel Poori review – Euston vegetarian Indian group dining

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Cheap as chips and almost as good Trying to find a restaurant for a large group of people is a royal pain in the unmentionables. Cramming a baker’s dozen around a table can be a logistical feat akin to the Berlin Airlift, especially when everyone has competing, conflicting demands. My own unruly posse of dining … Continue reading

Travelling With Your Cat

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Sometimes, you need to go away for a couple of days or longer and you just don’t feel comfortable with leaving your cat behind. While a day or two away may be solved with enough food left around the flat,...

Kashmir, Putney review – menu handholding that doesn’t infantilise the diner

Kashmir, Putney review – menu handholding that doesn’t infantilise the diner

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Southwest London doesn’t know how lucky it really is Menus may look like an innocuous list of dishes and prices to most people. But, unless they’ve been written on the fly by a sleep-deprived proprietor teetering on the edge of alcoholism, they can be a far more calculated, insidious instrument designed to subtly serve the … Continue reading

Temper City review – meat temple sequel takes on curry and poultry

Temper City review – meat temple sequel takes on curry and poultry

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

It’s both different from the original Soho Temper and reassuringly similar too I try not to write too much about the industry goings-on in London’s restaurant scene. Such gossipy navel-gazing is often transient in its importance, at best, and really doesn’t serve the purpose of this site which is to help you find somewhere really good … Continue reading

Hammersmith and Fulham - UnderTheDoormat

Hammersmith and Fulham - UnderTheDoormat


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The best dishes of 2017 – food that you need in your life

The best dishes of 2017 – food that you need in your life

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

2017 has been an incredibly hectic year for London restaurants, even by the frenetic standards of this city. Despite the closure of some much missed favourites, new restaurants have continued to open at a dizzying and surely unsustainable pace. Some of that has been driven by a modest influx of celebrity chefs from abroad – … Continue reading

This Richmond Restaurant Has Cosiness Down To An Art

This Richmond Restaurant Has Cosiness Down To An Art

by Lydia Manch @ Londonist

Make sure you get a table near the fireplace.

The best of West London’s Museums & Galleries

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

London’s West End is an absolute hub of cultural activity, with loads of galleries and museums on offer. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming trying to decide … Read More

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Cay Tre Dean Street Soho review – Proper Soho Vietnamese at last?

Cay Tre Dean Street Soho review – Proper Soho Vietnamese at last?

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Hoxton favourite makes its way to Soho – but forgot to bring superb quality food and service along with it. Despite the popularity of Vietnamese food in Paris, the US and other parts of the world, there are relatively few Vietnamese restaurants in London and most are located in out-of-the-way parts of the city like … Continue reading

Restaurant Review: Adam Reid at The French at The Midland Hotel in Manchester

by Megan Lawton @ Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

The Midland Hotel in Manchester is truly stunning. I can’t walk past without lovingly gazing at the large arched Edwardian windows or admiring the gorgeous amber bricks – no, I didn’t know until I set eyes on the Midland that a building could provoke such strong feelings! This grand building was built back in 1903 […]

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Pasta at Padella

Pasta at Padella

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

You’ll already have heard loads about Padella, I’m sure, but here’s my two cents (pence)! The hype is indeed valid for Padella next to Borough Market – their pasta dishes are fantastic. On a not-so-recent day off a month or two ago, I met my brother there and between the two of us, we split […]

Nest Restaurant, Hackney

by Milly @ Thoroughly Modern Milly

Put Nest on your list of restaurants to visit in Hackney. This cute eatery opened up just before Christmas on Morning Lane in East London. It is the first restaurant from three lifelong friends, Johnnie, Luke and Toby, who all have a passion for showcasing the best British produce. Johnnie is found behind the stove […]

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The Best Sunday Roasts in London

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

As we welcome October, we say goodbye to the last days of summer and sunshine and pull out the scarves and gloves. It’s not all doom and gloom, however, as … Read More

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Red Rooster at The Curtain review – the botched Shoreditch soul food transplant

Red Rooster at The Curtain review – the botched Shoreditch soul food transplant

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Live music and a celebrity chef amount to a hill of beans I try to avoid mentioning celebrity chefs when writing about their restaurants. Apart from trying to avoid the cult of personality that most newspapers trip over themselves to indulge in, I just don’t think it matters to the experience for the diner at … Continue reading

The best brunch spots around West London

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

West London boasts an overwhelming number of incredible brunch spots around the city, from chilled independent cafes, to restaurants serving brunch alongside bottomless Prosecco and a live DJ sets, there … Read More

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Coal Rooms Peckham review – a train station restaurant that isn’t a dreary chain

Coal Rooms Peckham review – a train station restaurant that isn’t a dreary chain

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Plus a beast of a bacon sandwich Salvaging, reusing and repurposing old fittings and furnishings to adorn new restaurants is nothing new; it’s been an ongoing trend in the English-speaking world for at least a decade, if not more. Renovating old buildings, while judiciously paying homage to their original purpose, has received less attention but … Continue reading

Santo Remedio London Bridge review – the best Mexican restaurant in London is back with a bigger menu

Santo Remedio London Bridge review – the best Mexican restaurant in London is back with a bigger menu

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Disclosure: I contributed to Santo Remedio’s crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter with a modest donation in the region of £75-200. Arrogant. Cocksure. Overconfident know-nothing. Snooty elitist. Those are just some of the epithets slung my way in the hatemail that I try to ignore (usually quite successfully). That doesn’t mean I don’t question my own judgment … Continue reading

Saigon Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant Review | One Tech Traveller

Saigon Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant Review | One Tech Traveller


One Tech Traveller

The next taste of food took me to Saigon Saigon Vietnamese restaurant in Hammersmith, London. It's a 15 minute walk from Hammersmith Station.

Menu for Saigon Saigon 313 - 317 King Street Hammersmith London W6 9NH

Menu for Saigon Saigon 313 - 317 King Street Hammersmith London W6 9NH


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Mien Tay Wins Love Your Local Awards 2015

by Mien Tay @ Mien Tay Restaurants

Mien Tay Battersea are honoured to be presented as the winner of the ‘Love Your Local Awards 2015’. Our winning certificate pictured above was presented to us by Jane Ellison MP, a member of Parliament for Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth. We would like to personally thank everyone who nominated us. We are very pleased as we were not expecting the award and we look forward to welcoming you to our restaurant again!

Plaquemine Lock review – Creole and Cajun pub food on the Regent’s Canal

Plaquemine Lock review – Creole and Cajun pub food on the Regent’s Canal

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

The gastropub cousin to Bocca di Lupo Most new restaurants launch in a blaze of publicity glory with press releases spamming inboxes, repetitively woolly social media chatter, oversubscribed launch parties, a Ryanair-style rush for reservations and fawning coverage from all the usual suspects. Plaquemine Lock, the new gastropub from one of the bods behind Soho’s … Continue reading

Teaching in Hammersmith and Fulham |

Teaching in Hammersmith and Fulham |


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Best London Restaurants for Star Spotting

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

If you are looking for celebrities, London is one of the most star-studded cities in the world. With football matches, fashion shows, concerts and movie premiere happening constantly, London is a total celebrity magnet. Fortunately, the rich and famous get...

Darjeeling Express review – Kingly Court Indian has inner beauty

Darjeeling Express review – Kingly Court Indian has inner beauty

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Judging a restaurant on more than how good it looks on Instagram Update 31/7/2017 – added remarks about the bone marrow to the details of the goat curry An opinion column published on the newly launched London version of Eater caused a small stir among the capital’s restaurant watchers. The piece railed against the pernicious effects … Continue reading

How To Stay Healthy While Traveling

by Oscar King @

Traveling is fun and exciting, particularly when you’re going on a vacation or traveling to a place you’ve always dreamed of. The sights, the sounds, the food, the scents, the culture, the locals, the new experiences… there’s nothing quite like...

Banana Tree Wardour Street review – lots of plates all in one place

Banana Tree Wardour Street review – lots of plates all in one place

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Disclosure: The Picky Glutton was invited to review this restaurant and the second meal in this review was partially prepaid for by the restaurant in the form of an unsolicited £60 voucher. I paid for the first meal myself. Asia is a small word for a massive continent that technically stretches all the way from … Continue reading

Le Hanoi London Vietnamese restaurants near me, places to eat

Le Hanoi London Vietnamese restaurants near me, places to eat


Le Hanoi London Vietnamese restaurants near me, places to eat

Le Hanoi Recently opened vietnamese grill and pho restaurant in the heart of london chinatown. restaurants near me, places to eat near me, london

Banh Mi in London review – baguettes from Whaam Banh Mi, Moba and more

Banh Mi in London review – baguettes from Whaam Banh Mi, Moba and more

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Vietnamese sandwiches spread across the capital My 2014 group test of banh mi eateries proved to be one of my most popular Best and Worst round-ups – and also one of the most contentious, as some of the ill-tempered Comments attest. I’m quite thick-skinned though and I take such vehement, blinkered criticism as a sign … Continue reading

Where to Eat Authentic Indian Food in Dubai

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

There is nothing like finding a restaurant that serves up your favourite authentic cuisine, and travelling to different places around the globe gives travellers the chance to explore and find these amazing spots. Dubai is no different, and is a...

Things to do in Tel Aviv

by Milly @ Thoroughly Modern Milly

I have always wanted to visit Tel Aviv, especially to experience the city’s vibrant food culture. It was everything I hoped it would be and more… vibrant markets, a thriving street food scene and excellent local restaurants. But aside from food, Tel Aviv also boasts historic sites, long beaches, and a renowned nightlife. Despite the ongoing […]

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Simple Tips to Travel in Australia Cheaply

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Australia a country with its diverse topographical features, food and people is a famous tourist destination in the world. It is a country famous for its camping destinations, enhancing with long drives along the coastal areas. Topping over the charts...

Ngon - Home Inspired Vietnamese Cafe & Deli

Ngon - Home Inspired Vietnamese Cafe & Deli


Ngon - Home Inspired Vietnamese Cafe & Deli

Home Inspired Vietnamese Cuisine

A Return to Athens

A Return to Athens

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

I can’t believe it’s already been 4 years since I first visited Greece. This time I was there for almost a week – Saturday night to Thursday night – and it was mainly for work. And this time, the quality of the food we had everywhere really made a big impact on me; I came […]

La Singular, Barcelona

La Singular, Barcelona

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

On our walk back home through Gràcia from our lunch at Rio Teppan, I happened across a restaurant whose name rang a bell in a good way – La Singular. We revisited with Blai’s mom later during our trip and it did turn out to be a great meal. Their €10 menu del dia is creative […]

Eat Around the World in Hammersmith

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

London is well known as one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, and no more is this fact more evident than in its food. LUMA is lucky enough … Read More

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Eat Around the World in Hammersmith - LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

Eat Around the World in Hammersmith - LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON


LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

London is well known as one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, and no more is this fact more evident than in its food. LUMA is lucky enough to be in a neighborhood packed with loads of great bars, pubs and restaurants serving food and drink from inspired by countries around the word. … Continue reading "Eat Around the World in Hammersmith"

The 5 Travel Preparation Tips Every Worldwide Adventurer Should Follow

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

For wandering souls, the ultimate trip of a lifetime is a long-term, round-the-world vacation. A journey like this promises exciting new foods, exotic locales, and lots of adventures just waiting to happen. Are you one of the lucky ones who’s...

Saigon Saigon, Hammersmith - bar, restaurant, food - Video Reviews, Contact, Location - Big Review TV

Saigon Saigon, Hammersmith - bar, restaurant, food - Video Reviews, Contact, Location - Big Review TV


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Top 10 Clothing Optional Destinations

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Many people’s perfect vacation starts with a great hotel. From there, a room with a view and tons of activities and relaxing spaces, great food, and great sun make for a great vacation. However, what do you do if you...

East Street review – full of Eastern promise or just full of it?

East Street review – full of Eastern promise or just full of it?

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Oxford Street’s East Asian street food smorgasbord With some restaurants, the reasons behind the choice of décor can be inscrutable but that isn’t the case with East Street. East Street is a casual eatery located just off the north edge of Oxford Street and serves up a broad menu of street food from a large … Continue reading

GIAG: Vietnamese Street Food Cooking Lesson

GIAG: Vietnamese Street Food Cooking Lesson


Students' Union UCL

The UCLU Vietnamese Society, in conjunction with one of the top Vietnamese restaurants in the UK, Saigon Saigon,  will organise a cooking lesson for everyone interested in Vietnamese culture and food. Expect an exciting and interactive lesson! 

Things to do in Guernsey

by Milly @ Thoroughly Modern Milly

The Channel Islands are often overlooked for a UK holiday destination. This collection of small scenic islands are easy to reach via a short flight or ferry crossing, and offer spectacular coastlines and a simple, honest way of life. Guernsey is one of the larger islands, with interesting historic sights to see, a blossoming foodie […]

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Restaurant Review: The Wild Duck, Ewen in Gloucestershire

by Phoebe Hunt @ Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

What makes a pub a pub, one might ask? Is it the dark wood panelling, roaring open fires, and flowing banter as the bartender pulls pints of cloudy ale for the local lads? The faded memorabilia – old muskets, sepia photos and token taxidermy – pinned to the walls? Or the snacks, perhaps: the salted […]

House of Ho review – modern Vietnamese food shakes up Soho?

House of Ho review – modern Vietnamese food shakes up Soho?

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

No sniggering in the back The vast majority of Vietnamese restaurants in London have very traditional menus and tend to be clustered together in Hoxton and Deptford, with smaller concentrations in other places such as Hammersmith. Soho’s House of Ho is a very different affair. The exposed brick walls, moody lighting and odd contemporary art … Continue reading

Few reasons to visit the Indian restaurant Brampton

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

The number of fans for Indian food is increasing day by day. The Indian food is prepared with a variety of spices, herbs, and sauces. Indian restaurant Brampton is able to fulfill the demands of the fans residing in the...

Ho-ja, Shepherd’s Bush

Ho-ja, Shepherd’s Bush

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

Taiwanese food! I love it and I loved what we tried at Ho-ja on Goldhawk Road in Shepherd’s Bush. I was first introduced to the restaurant by a friend who organised a karaoke night in one of their two private rooms downstairs. While the karaoke was ok (language variety good, song variety in English meh), […]

Hoppers review – Sri Lankan restaurant sequel finally takes reservations in Marylebone

Hoppers review – Sri Lankan restaurant sequel finally takes reservations in Marylebone

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Oxford Street’s eating options get a kick in the pants The little patch of shops and restaurants adjacent to Selfridges known as St. Christopher’s Place used to be one of London’s dining out black spots. Full of tourist traps fronted by touts wielding laminated menus either the length of the Bible or full of badly … Continue reading

Goa – the one stop destination to relish sun, sand, food, and culture

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Goa is one of India’s premier tourist destinations. As it is filled with numerous tourist attractions and things to do, there is hardly any idle time in your tour of Goa. Visit the place during the next vacation and spend...

Ella Canta review – hotel restaurant brings modern Mexico to Mayfair

Ella Canta review – hotel restaurant brings modern Mexico to Mayfair

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Mexico City celeb chef opens outpost in the badlands of Park Lane If you’ve told me a few years ago that a Mexican restaurant, backed by famed chilango celeb chef Martha Ortiz, would open within the bowels of the InterContinental Hotel on Park Lane then I would not have believed you. It just seems so … Continue reading

New executive head chef at Gidleigh Park announced

by Luxury Lifestyle Magazine Reporters @ Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

Luxury Devon hotel and fine dining restaurant Gidleigh Park has appointed a new executive head chef to replace Michael Wignall, Andrew Brownsword Hotels has announced. Chris Simpson (picture above) took over the reins at the two-Michelin star Dartmoor restaurant on January 12. Having held the position of head chef at the coveted Restaurant Nathan Outlaw […]

Da Nang in Hammersmith

Da Nang in Hammersmith


Tamarind and Thyme

Just prior to Christmas, I dragged Blai out for an early dinner after his last day of work of the year on a Saturday and we tried a recent restaurant addition to the Hammersmith area. There aren&#8…

The Best Roof Top Bars in London

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

When the sunshine makes an appearance, Londoners head to the roof-tops to bask in the sunshine and celebrate their good-fortune with a few drinks. With an abundance of different roof-top … Read More

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Dexter Burger, Purley

Dexter Burger, Purley

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

First post of the year! Happy new year, everyone! I’ll start the year with a great restaurant that’s local to us, one that’s a short bus ride away from me (though likely more of a train journey for most people in London). I know that there are a million and one burger restaurants and many […]

The Coal Shed, Tower Bridge

by Milly @ Thoroughly Modern Milly

The Coal Shed in Tower Bridge is not entirely easy to find, hidden away in the interior part of the new development on the edge of the River Thames. This Brighton export opened late last year, and has already received great reviews, even earning a place on a few ‘2017 best openings’ lists. The restaurant […]

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Bad Sports review – tacos so good, it’s unsportsmanlike

Bad Sports review – tacos so good, it’s unsportsmanlike

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

Hoxton tacos worth travelling across town for The phrase ‘Hoxton restaurant’ has become a joke to many. Whatever it may once have meant, prosaically or otherwise, it has now become a byword for shallow, self-indulgent and self-absorbed trend-chasing. Although there may be an element of truth in this when looking only at the more obviously … Continue reading

Mother Restaurant, Battersea Power Station

by Milly @ Thoroughly Modern Milly

Mother restaurant is a no-fuss Italian eatery that has been a hipster favourite in Copenhagen since it opened in 2010. The company has recently arrived in South London’s Battersea Power Station complex, finding a home under one of the railway arches. Currently the area feels a little like a dead end, but in a year’s […]

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Nicky’s Vietnamese Sandwiches review – Brooklyn Bánh mì

Nicky’s Vietnamese Sandwiches review – Brooklyn Bánh mì

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

This review of a New York restaurant is a break from The Picky Glutton’s usual London-based coverage. I have a great deal of fondness for Vietnamese baguette sandwiches, or bánh mì. Although not unknown in London, eateries serving them are few and far between. Sadly, one of the best, Viet Baguette on Charlotte Place, has … Continue reading

El Muro review – Mexican food comes to Muswell Hill. Sort of.

El Muro review – Mexican food comes to Muswell Hill. Sort of.

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

It’s better than Tex-Mex. Just. Reviewing restaurants means I meander all over London, seeing firsthand the disparate boroughs, villages and neighbourhoods that make up this sprawling metropolis of ours. It’s tempting to think that once you venture outside of the capital’s core restaurant areas (Soho, Islington, Shoreditch and The City, or thereabouts), you would have … Continue reading

Caphe House review – noodle soups & sandwiches ahoy

Caphe House review – noodle soups & sandwiches ahoy

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

Jack of all trades, but master of none? Although I may be a fussy eater, I’m not snobbish – I’ll eat in the most humble of establishments as long as the food is good. My search for good Vietnamese food in London lead me to a small breakfast and lunchtime-only café in the backstreets of … Continue reading

La Fàbrica Moritz, Barcelona

La Fàbrica Moritz, Barcelona

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

My heart was broken when we found that one of my favourite bakeries in Barcelona – Forn Mistral – was closed for holidays in August. Alas, it was a good excuse to visit La Fàbrica Moritz – the former old brewery for the Catalan Moritz beer – which is now a multi-storey restaurant/bar/shop. From what […]

How to Stay Healthy During your Dubai Holiday

by Lelo Patience Klaas @

We can all admit that, at one time or another, we struggled to stay healthy during our vacation to somewhere magical. I mean, who is thinking about broccoli and yoga while being faced with a menu of exotic food and...

Good Morning, Vietnam: The Top Five Vietnamese Restaurants in London

Good Morning, Vietnam: The Top Five Vietnamese Restaurants in London


Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

We scout the top five Vietnamese restaurants in London

London's Best Vietnamese Restaurants

London's Best Vietnamese Restaurants


Londonist

Spice and rice.

The best and worst banh mi in London – Vietnamese sandwiches review

The best and worst banh mi in London – Vietnamese sandwiches review

by pickyglutton @ Vietnamese – The Picky Glutton

26 eateries, 66 sandwiches, one verdict Updated 26/2/14 – tweaked Bun Cha review, added a missing photo and added reviews of Chao Kitchen and Chao!Now Updated 05/3/14 – added review of Bep Haus, tweaked The Verdict slightly to reflect its inclusion Updated 12/3/14 – added review of Miss Chu Updated 13/7/14 – added reviews of … Continue reading

Foods And Cuisines To Avoid While On Vacation

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Vacations are known to release the risk taker hiding within our pragmatic personalities. We let our hair down – and, with absolutely no experience – grab a bungee cord and hurl our aging bones into a cavernous opening below. Surviving...

Caplansky’s Deli at Toronto Pearson

Caplansky’s Deli at Toronto Pearson

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

If you’re flying to Canada, there’s a chance you’ll be changing in Toronto Pearson International Airport, the busiest airport in the country. If you’re flying through Terminal 1, there appear to be a wide variety of restaurants; there are lots of new ones since I last went through there. In Terminal 3, there are fewer […]

Magpie review – Modernist food served ‘Dim Sum’-style in Mayfair

Magpie review – Modernist food served ‘Dim Sum’-style in Mayfair

by pickyglutton @ The Picky Glutton

The Pidgin sequel takes flight but doesn’t quite soar I once wrote that it’s rare for a restaurant to relocate inwards from the suburbs to the centre of town, rather than other way around. Recent events are proving me wrong, showing that such a move (or sprouting a second branch closer to the centre of … Continue reading

Two Restaurants and Two Libraries in Manchester

Two Restaurants and Two Libraries in Manchester

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

I was up in Manchester at the beginning of this month for work. There were two nights, a presentation, and walks here and there throughout the city as I made my way from the conference venue to my Travelodge room. Here were the highlights for me. There was lunch the Thai supermarket Siam Smiles (48A […]

Where To Eat And Drink In… Camden

Where To Eat And Drink In… Camden

by Ben Norum @ Londonist

The area's best lunches, restaurants, pubs and bars.

The Best Shows on London’s West End

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

London’s West End is famous for being home to some of the best theatres in the world, and thousands of tourists and locals alike flock to see it’s world-renowned plays … Read More

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London's best Asian supermarkets

London's best Asian supermarkets


the Guardian

Everyone knows it's possible to buy almost any ingredient or foodstuff in London, but where exactly do you go for mukunuwenna, saw leaves or a six foot family dosa?

Somodó, Barcelona

Somodó, Barcelona

by Su-Lin @ Tamarind and Thyme

There was one particularly memorable lunch in Barcelona in Gràcia (closest metro station: Fontana). I’d heard good things about a Japanese-Mediterranean restaurant called Somodó and as we were planning on taking my mother-in-law for a nice lunch, it seemed like a good opportunity to try it. Reservations recommended as there’s only seating for about 20 […]

Get Ready for the Festive Season at LUMA

by Luma Concept @ LUMA CONCEPT HOTEL LONDON

The festive season is one of the best times of the year, but also one of the busiest and most stressful! As we welcome December, our social calendars suddenly become … Read More

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