No Italian Sparks at TOZI…

Herb-Crusted Swordfish

Although I work around Victoria, it can be a tough area to dine-in unless you are willing to splash the cash and eat somewhere quite exquisite. With a friend in need of a place to eat after a problematic day at the passport office, TOZI came up as a solution; an Italian restaurant perfect for… 

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Amuse Bouche

Hibiscus – A Two Star Michelin Experience

When I started Ramblings of a Food Addict, it was always my intention to enter the world of fine-dining. Although, the start of my food journey has taken a more casual route veering towards the more trendy, affordable eateries across London, this year my journey becomes even more exciting. You may have noticed that I’ve… 

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Valdeon Cheesecake with Pickled Beetroot, Almonds and Honey

NOPI – Vegetables at their Finest

Yotam Ottolenghi – whether you’re into London dining, love to cook, or even watched the chef grace your TV, his name is one that is familiar to most. Being a huge fan of mediterranean cuisine and also having my sister in town, it was no surprise that NOPI cropped up on our agenda with one of his… 

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Dark Chocolate Mousse with Apricot Brandy

Kouzu – More than just Sushi

What I love about living in London is the sheer number of restaurants that seem to open on a regular basis, but when a restaurant is exciting enough to warrant me returning, that’s impressive. In this instance I’m referring to the recently opened Kouzu; located in Belgravia, the restaurant is just a stone’s throw away… 

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Cannolo Alla Crema and Raspberry Sauce

Toto’s – An Intimate Fine-Dining Italian

Italian restaurants in London tend to be on different spectrums; either really affordable serving simple pasta or pizza dishes, or upmarket serving imported ingredients from Italy. Located in Knightsbridge, Toto’s is a restaurant that reopened last summer under new management, shaking up their food to a more refined menu. The restaurant is stunning to say… 

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