🍤🍷Where to eat in Barcelona 

Having been to Barcelona before I was already excited about the paella. However, there’s much more to this beautiful city then just heavenly paella.  Hannah (who also has her own blog- fabufitblog.wordpress.com give it a follow) knew of my foodie ways so had planned a few places for us to go, and I’d highly recommend…

🔆 Simple salmon 🔆

This recipe is easy, quick, packed with nutrients and unbelievably yummy. If I do say so myself.  🔆Place your salmon fillets on baking paper, top with chilli, ginger and dried garlic (or normal pressed garlic) lemon and pepper.  🔆Chop up your sweet potatoes (always skin on) drizzle with olive oil and pepper. Place in the…

🔆Dishoom🔆

Picture it, laying on the sofa, undoing your belt and popping open your buttons moaning ‘I’ll never eat again’…this is the usual  scene after you demolish an Indian takeaway. Well, fear no more, you can keep your trousers on after an Indian! There is an Indian restaurant in Covent Garden that won’t make you feel…

🔆Laksa 🔆 – on English soil. 

As you may well know I ate laksa in Singapore and absolutely loved it. I loved it so much that I bought packets of ready to cook laksa sauce home with me to try and recreate this dish.  Firstly, I took I trip to Brixton market where I stumbled across a local Chinese market to…

🔆Brighton eats 🔆

Brightons food scene is based around there coffee shops. With cake and coffee being high on the agenda. Here’s some places I highly advise you go!  1. Burger brothers  I went for the classic beef. This was fantastic, the black cracked pepper really gave it a kick in the right way.  2. Coffeetzar  Peanut butter…

🔆Singapore no.8 🔆 Marina Bay Sands.

Marina Bay sands hotel is one of the most famous hotels in the world. We had booked to go for lunch buffet on a Sunday. This was no ordinary buffet. This had a sashimi station, noddle station, a variation of high quality meats, cheeses from across the world, anti patsa section, a huge variation of…

🔆Sinagpore no.7🔆- Hot pot.

If you’ve never experienced a hot pot before, I highly advise you do. However, if you can’t handle spice; Don’t dip your food in the spicy soup.  Luckily my brother and sister have been many times before so ordered for me and Gaby. I’ll show you photos so you have an idea what I’m talking…