Pilpel – Tasty Falafel at Old Spitalfields Market…

Pilpel Falafel

I seem to be having a moment with falafel, whenever I’m around street food I seem to be opting for the deep-fried chickpea treat. Maybe it’s the summer sun, but I just can’t help myself. Pilpel is located in Old Spitalfields Market and on a lunchtime, seems incredibly popular with the local business workers, with… 

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Tagliere Zibello (Culatello Ham Dop con cotenna from Zibello (Parma ham), Strolghino Salame of Culatello, Parmesan Cheese with Balsamic Vinegar Cream)

Taste of Emilia – An Italian Sensation in Dublin

Taste of Emilia is a restaurant raved about by my sister and upon visiting her in Dublin recently, she couldn’t wait for me to try the food. The restaurant itself, focuses on the Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy with all meat and cheese imported directly. After hearing about its authenticity, how could I not be… 

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Chicken Schnitzel

Lunch & Tea at Bettys, York

Arriving on a weekend in York with Bettys as a destination, can be a little troublesome. As soon as midday hits, you’ll find a queue snaking out of the door with hopeful guests wanting to try afternoon tea and cakes that Bettys is renowned for. Visiting the city and having only had a short visit once… 

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Ham, Beetroot & Feta Salad Close

Ham, Beetroot and Feta Salad

Summer’s just around the corner and I’ve taken a brief hiatus from dining-out to try and become a little healthier than I have been this year. To help, I’ve been trying to re-create some delicious salads for a warm summer evening and here is one of my favourites; Ham, Beetroot and Feta Salad. Ham, Beetroot… 

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Chicken Shop Condiments

Chicken Shop – An Alternative to Nando’s

Chicken Shop & Dirty Burger recently opened up a new restaurant in Whitechapel, East of London. The opening of both restaurant ventures meant that all food & drink on the menu was 50% off on the first two opening days. After wanting to visit Chicken Shop after loving Dirty Burger in Kentish Town, I couldn’t… 

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