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China town – London

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The good thing about living in the West, especially in the UK where there is such a vast cultural diversity, is not having the feeling of being home sick. Making home closer to home! Luckily for me, I can easily get all the authentic ingredients in China town that is around the corner of Leicester Square. Yes it may be a little pricier due to exportation or limited stock but there is no arguing this […]

Culinary journey

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Before embarking on this new journey, I had to really think whether this was exactly the path I would be taking for the long run rather than going through a faze and just exploring a new “expensive” hobby. By the age of 17, I approached my dad to tell him after my summer working at a boutique hotel in Santorini that I wanted to pursue a career in culinary and we had already started thinking […]

Cafe de bar by Poilane

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Rather than focusing on dishes I love cooking, I’ve decided to write a different post instead. Poilane is incredibly well known in France for it’s artisan bread making, I am fortunate to be able to get to go to their café bar in Kings Road in London rather than traveling all the way to Paris.

Borough Market

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Borough market is a fantastic place to visit for anyone who loves food. With over 70 stalls selling all kinds of produce from all over the country, Borough market is opened from Wednesday to Saturday. Borough Market is a great place to go and sample the delights that London and surrounding producers have to offer which includes cuisine from around the world. The market can get pretty hectic, the best times to avoid the crowd […]

ALS ice bucket challenge

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I’d like to thank my friend from Australia for nominating me on the #ALSicebucketchallenge. I nominate chef and food writer/broadcaster Rachel Khoo whom I am a fan of. I’d like to thank my family for helping me do the ALS challenge. The video was filmed in London around one of it’s busiest stations, Victoria. The full version is available on Youtube. Donate to the ALS, for homelessness, if you are in the Uk, please donate to either: Passage and/or Crisis. Alternatively select your homeless […]