If you go to The Camberwell Arms expecting to eat fish and chips, or a steak and ale pie, or any standard pub grub, you’ll be sorely disappointed. If you go to The Camberwell Arms expecting outstanding contemporary British dishes, served in vast volumes and washed down with comforting ales and flavourful wines, you will… Continue reading Stuffed in South London – Camberwell Arms, Review
As I’ve mentioned before, Italian food is one of my favourite cuisines. The dishes are so simple yet so packed full of flavour. Therefore I was beyond excited when, two years ago, my lovely aunts offered to take me and my sister to Tuscany; the home of Chianti wine and rustic Italian food at its best.… Continue reading A Taste of Tuscany
I visited Budapest two years ago, and can’t wait to go back. Whilst wondering around you’ll see beautiful architecture, stumble into stunning parks and, most importantly, come across lots of delicious food and drink! Our first experience of Hungarian cuisine was very traditional. Surrounded by locals on their lunch break, we took our place in line… Continue reading A Taste of Budapest
When I arrived in Cambodia I had no idea what to expect of the food. This is probably because there is a distinct lack of Cambodian cuisine in the West, which certainly cannot be said of the country’s more touristy neighbour – Vietnam. I’m certain as tourism in Cambodia continues to rise, Cambodian cuisine will find its… Continue reading A Taste of Cambodia
In recent years the sprout has really shaken off it’s boring reputation. Long gone are the days when a sprout is simply boiled. Par-boiled and finished in the pan with lardons has become a classic way of serving the little fellas, which of course goes down well with bacon lovers (99.99% of meat eaters).… Continue reading Sprout Up Your Life – Sprout Kimchi
When I was in South East Asia for four months I didn’t miss an English roast dinner or fish and chips, sausages and mash or spag bol. I missed my mum’s Chicken curry. It’s fragrant and comforting and reminds me of cosy Friday night dinners at home, with a glass of red and shite TV… Continue reading Cooking Chicken Curry with Mum
You simply cannot beat Italian food done right. There is something immensely satisfying in eating food that is so simple yet so comforting, so indulgent yet so delicately balanced in flavour. In Cardiff, you’ll find Cafe Citta will meet your lingua’s needs (that’s tongue in Italian). Cafe Citta is tucked away just off St Mary’s street. You… Continue reading Cardiff feastings at Cafe Citta
Sweet banana topped with creamy coconut and toasty crunchy peanuts.
If you want to be more adventurous and experience an authentic taste of the Orient, whilst simultaneously supporting your local independent food scene, MinMin is a must to visit.
Though I won’t be giving up meat any time soon, I’ll definitely be returning here again.