• The Foodie Interviews

    Interview with a Fellow Foodie // 02

    I reached out to Nancy of exquisitely.me quite a while back about my new foodie series, and got a wonderful interview out of her! As a fellow foodie, I was excited to see what she had for me and she did not disappoint. Every time I visit her blog, she always has the most amazing food photos and they make me hungry every time 🤤 I usually hate when people ask me this question and basically tell them to eff off, mainly because it’s such a hard question! But I’m gonna ask you anyway – what’s your favourite dish/cuisine? With Los Angeles being so diverse with its food options, this…

  • The Foodie Interviews

    Interview with a Fellow Foodie // 01

    When I was coming up with my blogging plan for the year, I decided I wanted to start a new series in relation to food. I thought it’d be a fun idea to reach out to a few of my foodie friends and interview them! The first interview in the series is with the lovely Tara of aigoo.me. I was fortunate enough to meet and hang out with Tara when she visited London back in March. With a shared love of food, it was seemed silly for me not to reach out to her and ask her a couple of questions! I saw that you tried making your own bread…

  • London,  The Food Diaries

    The Food Diaries // 016

    Feed me tapas and I’m yours forever. In fact, feed me tapas and cocktails, and I will definitely be yours forever. Brixton has a plethora of restaurants to eat at and one day I will eat at all of them. Located inside Brixton Market, Seven at Brixton is a tapas and cocktail bar serving breakfast, lunch and evening tapas. With its mismatched tables and graffiti decor, it’s a cosy little place. Downstairs has an open bar area with seating, which also gave off a rustic feel. It reminded me of this little bar my friends and I stumbled upon when we were in Barcelona. Upstairs are four different rooms that serve…

  • London,  The Food Diaries

    The Food Diaries // 015

    The problem with most places that I go to eat out at is that I have to be super careful with my allergies. It’s one of the reasons why I rarely visit Thai restaurants because of their use of peanuts. Nevertheless, I try not to let that stop me because then I wouldn’t go anywhere, would I? Mutay and I always have monthly dinner dates (something I’ve mentioned before and is good for my sanity). Last month’s date took as to ROKA on Charlotte Street! ROKA is a Japanese restaurant with spacious surroundings and a central, open top grill kitchen in the middle. You can see the chefs bustling around…