Eating Abroad Malaysia Travel Talk

Kuala Lumpur – A 24 Hour Food Tour

Most people have definitely heard of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s bustling capital city, but it has come to my attention that not many people would consider it as much of a tourist destination. They claim it doesn’t compare to the likes of Bangkok, Hong Kong…

March 7, 2017
A Bit Casual Eating Out

Firebrand Pizza, Marylebone

It took me almost two weeks into the new year before I had my first slice of pizza; a lot longer than I had expected if I’m being honest. It was one of those DIY jobs with a Sainsbury’s pre-made base (we gasp, but…

February 23, 2017
Eating Abroad Featured Spain

Abantal Restaurante, Seville

I think I was around twenty when I first heard of the Michelin Guide and decided that sometime in my future, somewhere along my travels, I would experience a Michelin star meal. Just once would do. At the ripe old age of twenty-seven, I…

February 21, 2017
A Bit Casual Eating Out

Pivaz, Hackney

As I was sitting in Pivaz, getting myself acquainted with the menu, I was reminded just how predictable my dining habits have become. As you know, I eat out often and I love to try new places, but I naturally gravitate towards certain cuisines…

February 16, 2017
A Bit Smarter Eating Out

QP LDN, Mayfair

On my way to dinner, I managed to window shop at Victoria Beckham’s flagship store, narrowly avoid being clipped by a Bentley whilst crossing the road, and almost stumbled into a private members’ club. All part and parcel of walking through Mayfair, perhaps? How…

February 10, 2017
A Bit Fancy Eating Out London

Pollen Street Social, Mayfair

How many successful restaurants does it take to build a restaurant empire? Five, ten, twenty, or something in between? Asking someone like Jason Atherton could be a smart move, the man has fifteen restaurants in The Social Company. That sheer number alone would constitute…

January 27, 2017