Oxo Tower Brasserie

Oxo Tower Brasserie

When it comes to dining locations, it’s pretty hard to beat the Oxo Tower with its dining balcony, double height picture postcard windows and views along the river from the Houses of Parliament to Tower Bridge taking in St. Paul’s and The City. Both the brasserie and the restaurant offer the same views and great…

Inamo: Covent Garden’s tech gem

Inamo: Covent Garden’s tech gem

Hidden along a side street in the heart of Covent Garden lies Inamo, the world’s first, and London’s only solely-interactive, restaurant. Inamo truly is a dining experience like no other, where the guest is given “complete control” of their meal. The rooms are dark save for projectors attached to the ceiling above each table creating…

Ceviche vs. Senor Ceviche?

Ceviche vs. Senor Ceviche?

Peruvian food, particularly ceviche, has become the favourite cuisine of London. Appearing in one form or another on most middle and top end menus, it seems there’s no end in sight for its popularity. New Peruvian restaurants continue to open, with more and more heading here are opening establishments at the top end of the…

Bao: Worth the Hype?

Bao: Worth the Hype?

The Taiwanese snack food gua bao, known simply as bao, has become the ‘it’ snack food. With the likes of Yum Bun dishing them out to long waiting queues at street food markets, more and more Asian restaurants are offering them, and even Nigella Lawson included them in her last BBC series. King among the…