Monthly Archives: November 2010

Bea’s of Bloomsbury – Bloomsbury

It’s very difficult to be a foodie and not gain weight, so for me something has to go, and that thing is superfluous cakes. But last week I made an exception for Bea’s of Bloomsbury. Truth is, I’d been avoiding … Continue reading

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Plane Food – Heathrow Terminal 5

I go to Heathrow at least a couple times a year, and not once have I ever had the pleasure of flying out of Terminal 5. No, I’m always in the absolute craphole of Terminal 4 with it’s exposed electrical … Continue reading

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India Roundup – Bangalore and Mumbai

I was told before I left for my big business trip to Bangalore and Mumbai, ‘don’t try the street food’.  I lasted three days. Don’t they know I’m a food blogger and that I have a stomach of iron?! Telling … Continue reading

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Nizuni – Fitzrovia (Charlotte Street)

I can’t actually remember what Nizuni on Charlotte Street used to be. I walk down Charlotte Street all the time, and for almost as long as I can remember, the space was in development. All of the sudden, Nizuni came … Continue reading

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Nimb – Copenhagen

My last night in Copenhagen, and I was looking forward to Nimb. Another recommendation from a London foodie, I booked a table for 8:30pm Sunday. Nimb is located in the Nimb hotel, also home to Herman – one of Copenhagen’s … Continue reading

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