Annoying and most boringly (is that even a word???) I had some work to do last Saturday.
Rather than sit stewing at home, I turned to Instagram.
Instagram is my absolute favourite way of finding new cafes and restaurants and I wasn’t disappointed when Hatch Homerton popped up on my feed.
Street Feast is rapidly taking over London, one disused area at a time.
M and I had such a good meal last week! Martin’s work colleague Bryan recommended Bistrotheque near Cambridge Heath. It’s in a truly bizarre spot. I’m used to restaurant gems being relatively hidden in London, but Bistrotheque is the most hidden of the lot. Located on a quiet residential street, the only thing which guided us to it was noise emanating from it. Even the entrance is hard to find. Continue reading
I really, really hate Winter. I honestly think that I have a mild case of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). I don’t even like Christmas that much – all the anticipation and over eating leaves me entering January feeling a little less than 100%.
In my last post I was lamenting my disappointment with Hawker House. However, luckily Dalston is chocka-block full of great places to fuel up and chow down at. We left Hawker house and disappeared gratefully into the warm embrace of Cafe Route.
The end of Summer sadly spelled the end of Street Feast.
I shared my adventures at Model Market, Battersea Power Station and Pork Life and when they finished at the end of September, I thought that I had 8 long months to wait until they reopened again in May. Continue reading
I love trying out new burger places. Since we’ve moving the E17, our hunt for the perfect burger has seen our burger stomping ground move north of the river, and last week saw us discover The Advisory in Hackney. Continue reading