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Honey de Gracia (The Girl Next Shore)
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Travel link-up: Remini-scent of pungent memories
Scent has always been a massive thing for me and when it comes to travel and memories, it definitely plays a big part. You know, like how a plate of food takes you in flight to an exotic place you've traveled to last Summer, or how a passerby's perfume trig...
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Wright Bros Soho (Kingly Court): where they always get it right
I absolutely love oysters. I'd eat them everyday if I could, particularly my favourite type:  Speciales Gillardeau .  In London, some of my favourites oysters are from the  Richard Haward stall in Borough Market  - they're consistently plump and "fresh-off-...
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My 5 minutes with Michel Roux Jr at The Balvenie Craftsmen Dinner
I have great respect for Roux brothers Albert and Michel Snr as they've certainly given Britain a great legacy of amazing chefs under their training. Albert's son Michel Roux Jr is someone I admire not only for his culinary achievements but also for his con...
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#NyonyaSupperClub with The Boy Who Ate The World
I love Anthony Bourdain, and if I were to set sail on things the man's touched then I'd float away a happy, fat, well-fed woman. So when A invited me to try Guan Chua's Nyonya Supper Club , I grabbed the opportunity and bagged a seat at his dining table.  L...
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Comical lessons from making chicken pie & french peas a la Jamie Oliver
Happy Sunday, folks... and happy British Pie Week!  What's your favourite pie? I do like a classic creamy chicken and mushroom beauty, and I'm always down for pumpkin pie. This awesome weeklong celebration has definitely inspired to kick off the experimenta...
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The Portman (Marylebone): where comforting classics got us curious
When I walked into The Portman, I genuinely thought it was just a typical pub because it looked like a typical pub.  Quite frankly, it is a typical gastropub. But then we were directed to go upstairs. And I was pretty surprised. Whilst the downstairs area i...
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Salvation in Noodles (Finsbury Park): where SIN becomes your saviour
Last Thursday was a story in the making. It was a cold, cold, night after a long, long day. My brain was relatively fried and all I wanted to do was climb on my bed and get sushi-rolled into my duvet.  However, I ended up climbing on the northbound Victoria...
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BLOG GIVEAWAY ALERT: A Kenwood Chef Sense c/o Pasta Remoli
Hi guys! Just to let you know, Pasta Remoli , the pasta food chain that highly promotes the use of nothing but the freshest of pasta, is running a super exciting competition in conjunction with Kenwood and Forever PR . If you're a foodie who loves to cook, ...
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Kanada-ya (St Giles High St & Haymarket): where you get the best ramen in town
When restaurants expand, a branch tends to be better than the other in terms of service or food offering.  Case in point: Barrafina. When they first opened on Frith Street I thought it was really one of the most decent tapas places in town but I wasn't as b...
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The Shore Currently: Hello March!
Hello, how ya doin? Can you believe it's March? I can't. It's really been a crazy couple of weeks for me. I've been busy juggling and balancing work and social (blogger) life, and late nights have been slightly taking its toll on my health. However, inspire...
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