Seabass & pan-fried vegetables

It’s been a while, but I’m finally back with a new recipe! A few months ago I embarked on a journey to transform my relationship with food. I wanted to feel healthier. So I’ve been trying to work more with fresh vegetables and ingredients to create more healthy dishes.

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Chakra: Restoring harmony to taste buds, one bite at a time

Hello all, I’m back with another review this week which you can find on lifestyle magazine, Melan Mag! I usually don’t opt for Indian food, so this was a pleasant surprise and I’ll definitely be checking out more Indian restaurants – let me know if you have any suggestions!

Find out my thoughts on Kensington’s culinary gem. You’ll find an array of curries, rice dishes and classic favourites including Samosas, Tandoori chicken and poppadoms.

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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”

A flavour of Spain in the heart of London: Reviewing Chiringuito

*Originally written for Melan Magazine

Found everywhere in Spain, a chiringuito is an all-day beachfront bar and restaurant which serves tapas and drinks. This August, London’s very first Chiringuito-inspired restaurant opened, and we were invited along on opening night to sample the vast array of affordable Spanish and Latin American traditional flavours.

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