London: Ozone Coffee Roasters

It has been a long time coming. Working up to Christmas and organising last minute holiday plans, I bring a new blog post for the new year. Brunch has to be one of my favourite meals, and you know when you visit a cafe, you are looking for that meal that just hits the spot.

Geneva: Will you be my potato rosti as I am fond-of-u

Travelling Europe has been an absolute dream. I just casually flew to Geneva for the weekend, and it was great to finally just take a weekend casually, see the sites and feed our fat faces in country best know for potato, chocolate and cheese.Β 

Event: Beef’n it up at National Burger Day London

Burger Bonanza! London is all about their burgers, and with that came National Burger Day. I have been introduced to an array of restaurants that just up the ante. I thought the burger was the American favourite, but the English can’t get enough of them. Nida from Food Diaries London and I went to the…

Event: Birchall Tea, A family tradition since 1872

Birchall Tea is more than a brand. Its a company where family generations have enriched and continued a high quality tea from East Africa. Being contacted personally from Birchall, I was asked to attend a lovely afternoon of fine tea tasting at the very exquisite Rosewood Hotel.

#London Bloggers Supper Club: Mommi Raw Bar + Grill

The girls and I headed out for our monthly bloggers brunch club. After seeing newly opened restaurant Mommi in the Timeout Mag, I thought it was a perfect excuse to head out to clapham for a change. With a beautifully sunny day, we made the most of sitting outside – Tip – which makes for…

London: Market Cafe

We were on a brunch hunt yesterday, and with people always pouring out of the cafes along broadway market, yesterday was going to be the day I tried one. Market Cafe is located at the beginning of the broadway markets. On offer was all day brunch which is great, as you have the choice of…

London: Foxcroft and Ginger

I am lucky to have this cafΓ©, two mins from my house. After walking past it numerous times, I finally made it to Foxcroft and Ginger for brunch. I am always looking for that place that reminds me of home, — brunch is a kiwis favourite meal.

Event: Taste of London

Food, booze and more booze. This was the case for London’s Taste of London this year. Highly excited about this event since eating my fatty guts out at the Taste of Auckland the last few years, I must say I was a tad disappointed.Β 

Copenhagen: Torvehallerne Food Markets

New to Copenhagen? You dont want that hassle of walking around an unknown land trying to read a danish menu or wondering if the food will be any good? Well I have taken that stress out of your planning and picked a place that everyone can enjoy.

Event: London Coffee Festival

Do you have to like coffee to go to a coffee festival? In this case no. With my aim to eat and experience every type of food and beverage festival whilst living the “London Dream”, I figured.. the coffee festival has food stalls so that was enough of an excuse to say why not.

#London Bloggers Supper Club: The Selkirk Opening

The Selkirk is a great pub just opened up in the suburbs of Tooting. The girls and I from the #London Bloggers Supper Club, attended the opening and presented with a tasting menu from head chef Daniel Stevens (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s sous chef for 4 years).

London: Flesh and Buns

Flesh and BunsΒ has to be one of the only places I have returned to more than once. New to London can make you hesitant about whats going to impress you, with so many options to try and opinions differ quite a bit compared to NZ.