Zia Lucia: Pizza & Burrata – A match made in heaven

*Originally written for Melan Magazine.*

Hey everyone, I’m back with another review this week. I recently went to review Zia Lucia, a restaurant at BoxPark Wembley and I wasn’t disappointed! Continue reading “Zia Lucia: Pizza & Burrata – A match made in heaven”


The Athenian: bringing finesse to classic Greek street food

*Originally written for Melan Magazine.  

Walking into the venue on a Wednesday evening, the atmosphere was so lively, it could easily have been a Saturday night. A few minutes away from Shoreditch High Street station, this branch of The Athenian can be found in Unit 54. The popular hang-out can be found in a number of locations across Continue reading “The Athenian: bringing finesse to classic Greek street food”

Failure & a Cup of Hot Chocolate

The beginning of summer symbolises a period of transition for many of us. For some it’s the start of the summer holidays, or a degree, whilst for others it marks the start of a new job. However, what happens when, what should be a celebration of a new beginning, ends up being disrupted by failure? Continue reading “Failure & a Cup of Hot Chocolate”

Bone Daddies: Challenging Perceptions

Besides its rather intriguing, yet odd name, the menu served up at Bone Daddies is not what you’d first expect. A love child birthed from his passion for Japan, acclaimed chef Ross Shonhan (ex Nobu and Zuma) wanted to create a ramen bar that would be a home to his version of Japanese food and contemporary culture

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