90 Degree Melt

Weekends are for brunch, and if like me you are bored of the same old ‘English fry up’ you too are always on the hunt for something new and a little different. 90 degree melt invited me down to give them a try. Of course pre visit I had drooled over their melted cheese based… Read More 90 Degree Melt

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Pho Mile

Looking for a Vietnamese meal in London? Well, you would be silly not to start your search at the brilliantly named, Pho Mile, a stretch of 10+ Vietnamese restaurants a stones throw from Hoxton station. Now, you need a local who is too inquisitive for their own good to try them all for you, ‘hello… Read More Pho Mile

Chukus

Nigerian tapas, not two words that I have put together before, but brother and sister duo, Emeka and Ifeyinwa are the first purveyors to offer up Nigerian tapas to the people of East London. Their supperclub runs Thursdays and Fridays through June/July 16 in The Canvas Cafe. Also know as the Happiest cafe in London,… Read More Chukus

Homeslice

Sometimes, you don’t need to explain yourself, sometimes everything is clear. This is one of those times.. Homeslice only serve up 20inch pizzas £20 you can choose two toppings, or slices for £4. We went for (20 inches of): Goat shoulder, savoy cabbage and sumac yogurt Aubergine, cauliflower cheese, spinach and harrisa Sometimes I want… Read More Homeslice