Homemade recipe – creamy tarragon mushroom pasta

This recipe serves 2-3 people. Please note that this is dependent on how hungry you are. You will need: 2 tablespoons of salted butter Extra virgin olive oil, a splash 3 cloves of garlic (or 1 large clove), crushed 1 shallot, finely chopped A small handful or fresh parsley, roughly chopped A small bunch of…

A mini guide to eating in Oslo

With Oslo being one of the most notoriously expensive cities to visit in the world, I was still naive in thinking: how expensive can it really be compared to London and New York? As it turns out, it is very expensive compared to both still… If you are passionate about eating out and trying new…

Hoppers, SOHO

This was my second visit to Hoppers but my first visit to the Soho Hoppers. We arrived just before 6pm and were seated immediately, we had arrived early expecting a wait but I guess the hype around Hoppers must have cooled down a little now. At number 8 in Time Out’s Top 100 restaurants in…

Ottolenghi, Islington

Whilst looking for a nice restaurant to visit last minute, I was very surprised to be able to get a table at Ottolenghi for 2 at 7.30pm that evening! When you arrive, it’s very easy to get side tracked as soon as you walk in at the copious amounts of stunning desserts on show in…

KILN, SOHO

This is one of those that you can’t book for in advance, you have to leave your name and number and they text you when your table is ready. I’m always happy doing this as it means you can go and have a few drinks beforehand! At no.5 in the Time Out’s top 100 restaurants…

A mini guide to eating in Rome

Restaurants Trattoria Vechia This restaurant was recommended to me by Anna – so you already know it’s going to be amazing for those of you who know her! Located between Monti and Esquilino, 5 minutes from the main station, on a quiet street, is this absolute gem of a restaurant! It’s best to make a…

Cin Cin, Brighton

Currently one of Brighton’s most popular restaurants, and in my opinion it deserves the hype! Similar to Trullo, it serves small plates of unique, Italian home-cooked food and has a regular changing menu so you can keep going back! Situated in one of the quieter streets in the Laines, Cin Cin offers a limited seating…