Momo: A Brunch Affair

A Moroccan themed restaurant stands beside the famous Ice Bar London named Momo. As the theme, the restaurant serves up North African dishes. The interior is almost like no other, there is outdoor seating available in between colourful green plantation and variety of tree pots; whilst inside lies Moroccan style seating, tables, lamps and dishware. In…

The Shard: Hutong

I had an amazing dinning experience in the stunning Shard at Hutong, serves Northern Chinese food. The Shard is an amazing experience; there was excellent food and service at Hutong, which is located on the 33rd floor of this spectacular building. We started off the evening with drinks at the bar on the 32nd floor, and I…

Taste of London 2015

17th – 21st June 2015 brought the Taste of London to town in the hustle and bustle of Regent’s Park. Myself (London Ki Ladki) and Benoy from Ben 10 Boxing teamed up together to attend the food festival. The festival’s layout comprised of a wide, selective array of international cuisines housed on a large complex. This was…

Guest Post: The Delaunay

For those of you craving a refreshing café experience, I would highly recommend The Delaunay; situated in the heart of London on the corner of Aldwych & Drury Lane. My foodie partner in crime and I happened to stumble across this hidden gem during an evening stroll of the city, and I must concur it…

Drift Bar

Located in Liverpool Street and on the ground floor of the famous Heron Tower stands Drift Bar. The interior and dinning area is spaced out and simple; it is quite nice if you don’t like crowded restaurants where tables are closely placed next to each other. The open space allows you to appreciate the surroundings and…

The Kati Roll Company

I had heard the name of this wondrous place flying about over the last few weeks, however as soon as I found out this place tries to replicate a dhaba (the equivalent of a cafe/canteen which serves Indian street food) – I had to go. Welcome to The Kati Roll Company… The dhaba does not…

Ladurée At Harrods

Ladurée is a Parisian tearoom, which was established in 1862 and famous for its’ iconic macaroons. Ladurée offers luxury French delights for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I definitely had some high expectations of the Ladurée as it was situated within Harrods. Admittedly, the Ladurée is on the medium-high price of the spectrum depending on what you select from…

The Perfect Coffee Date Spot

Okay so just a heads up… I was not actually on a date when encountering this wondrous spot. The initial place I really wanted to have coffee at was not far from The Boat At Richmond Bridge, it is called The Tides Table, but it was unfortunately closed (will attempt a visit there again soon!). However, luckily…