Casual Pasta at doh’hut: ‘Soothed by butter and cradled in pasta’.

When I think about casually eating pasta, it's usually me cuddling a big bowl of it on the sofa, in my pyjamas. There's melted cheese involved and sometimes fish fingers. Perhaps less casual and more embarrassing to be honest. But eating it on a Saturday evening in what is usually a doughnut shop by day …

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Levan, Peckham: ‘I’m still thinking about those Comté fries’.

I've wanted to go to Levan for a while. Since November 2018 to be exact, after I read food critic, Jimi Famurewa's, restaurant review in ES Magazine. Amongst many other reasons to go, the absolute clincher was the sound of the famous Comté fries. My eagerness reached new levels as soon as I was back …

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Blog Archive: A Food and Drink Guide to Split, Croatia

The Blog Archive Series is all about unearthing some of my blog posts from the past. This food and drink guide to Split in Croatia was written in August 2017. The Dalmatian coast of Croatia is synonymous with breath-taking scenery and stunning beaches. It’s paradise-like status often hides the fact that the country is also …

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Ox Club, Leeds: ‘I was back and we were going all out’.

You never forget your first Ox Club. It was back in 2015 when Headrow House (sister venue to Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen and more recently, Water Lane Boathouse) had just opened. Within its exposed brickwork walls, was a beer hall, cocktail bar, events space, two rooftops and a soon to open restaurant; Ox Club. To …

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