Monthly Archives: October 2010

Reinwald’s – Copenhagen

Unfortunately one of the perils of travelling alone is the dreaded Saturday night dinner.  While I’m no stranger to independence, dinner time on date night is a little intimidating.  You have to find just the right place – not too … Continue reading

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Aamanns – Copenhagen

Travelling alone invigorates me. There’s something special about discovering a city street by street where you have no idea where you’re going or how to speak the language. It’d been a while – nearly as year since my somewhat-disastrous trip … Continue reading

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Mosob – Maida Vale/Westbourne Park

Mosob may just be my new favourite place ever. It has everything a restaurant should: good food, good service, community feel, warmth, convenience, value – everything. I had heard of this restaurant through my friend Tim‘s review on Qype. Not … Continue reading

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Recipe: Slow-cooked Welsh Lamb Tagine

I’ve always been a bit apprehensive of cooking red meat.  I like it a certain way, and because it can be rather expensive, I’d rather not give myself the chance to mess it up. Steaks, lamb and duck have been … Continue reading

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