Meat feast at Cami de Balafia (Ibiza)

Attention all vegans, look away now! This one is for the meat lovers out there. Do yourself a favour and make a trip out to Restaurante Cami de Balafia to chow down on  grilled meats marinated and barbecued to perfection. As it's only open for lunch during the off-season, we took advantage of the quiet period given... Continue Reading →

Restaurante La Paloma (Ibiza)

So glad we were able to secure a last minute booking at Restaurante la Paloma - a lovely farmhouse restaurant serving up Mediterranean cuisine using fresh ingredients grown on site. We arrive for our 8pm dinner reservation and are politely greeted by the warm and friendly staff. We are seated in a dimly lit dining room, giving... Continue Reading →

Cas Costas (Ibiza)

Another cold, wet and windy day here in Ibiza so what better way to make the most of our stay than to stuff our faces with more food. That's the beauty of my favourite pastime...it's not weather dependent! This time, we hit up Cas Costas Grill & Market - a bustling restaurant specialising in grilled meats... Continue Reading →

Restaurant María Luisa (Ibiza)

Venture out to the west coast of Ibiza for some good quality seafood and one of the tastiest paella you'll ever eat at Restaurant María Luisa. Located on the beachfront of Cala Vedella, making it a great spot for lunch when hitting the beach - a real shame the weather is not in our favour this... Continue Reading →

Aegean experience at Hovarda

Located on the outskirts of Soho is Hovarda - a plush bar and restaurant serving up a mix of Greek and Turkish cuisine. Prices are steep so save yourself the pennies and take advantage of the pre-theatre meals on offer. 2 Courses £24.50 or 3 Courses £29.50. Starting off with juicy pieces of perfectly cooked... Continue Reading →

A peri-peri delight at Casa do Frango

Move over Nandos, there's another kid in town serving up tasty Portuguese peri peri chicken, alongside other delicious Algarvian plates to get your senses running wild! Just a short walk from London Bridge, you'll find Casa do Frango. Step on up into the large and bright room with a ceiling formed of roof lights, giving way... Continue Reading →

Better places to go than Boro Bistro

Located on the border of Borough market is Boro Bistro - a French restaurant specialising in charcuterie boards and small plates to share with an extensive wine list. There's a cosy terrace with outside seating available but given the cold weather, we opted for a table inside. Starting off with a bottle of the house... Continue Reading →

A short trip to Cape Town

Cape Town is a mixture of stunning landscapes - mountainous ranges, beautiful coasts surrounding buzzing streets and not to mention....a culinary haven for foodies and wine lovers! Let me start by pointing out that a weekend is nowhere near enough time to fully explore Cape Town, but I made the most of the 2 days... Continue Reading →

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