Korean in London

Korean in London

When discussing Korean food with your peers, your mileage is likely to vary. South Korea itself is seldom at the top of the gap year travel list and is more likely known as the birthplace of Samsung and LG. Few will link Korea with its food, but those who do will likely do so with…

A Soho to Guide

A Soho to Guide

(This covers east of Wardour Street and south of Brewer Street.) Once synonymous with the sex industry (both gay and straight) and London’s nightlife, Soho has been smartening up over the years. This has seen the area clean up its act, but in the process concerns have been raised that it’s losing it’s character. As…

London's Best Raw Fish

London's Best Raw Fish

Having given our run down of the best alternative tartares in London, it’s only fare we give a run down of the best raw fish places in town. How can we not when it’s so permeated into the current zeitgeist. Appearing even more often than steak tartare these days, there are a number of places that…

Hoppers - Tastes of Sri Lankan

Hoppers - Tastes of Sri Lankan

There’s an endless stream of restaurants that serve up lots of little tasting and sharing plates – Polpo, Sparrow, J Sheekey Atlantic Bar, El Pastor, Ceviche, Condesa and the like – many of which don’t take reservations and many serving many of the same cuisines. But Hoppers stands out from the crowd, and not just…

Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme is all about that wonderful Parisian/French Cafe culture and has just had a refit along with its owner Soho House. The menu, is, as you’d expect, covered in nothing but the classic French dishes. While sadly no frogs legs, you’ll find Steak Tartare, Escargot, Croque Monsieur, Pate, Salmon Rillettes, Toulouse Sausages, Poulet Frites,…