Steak & Co, Charing Cross

Definitely bit off more than I could chew…

Flat Iron, London

I’ve been wanting to try out the famous flat iron steak for ages! I never knew they had a branch in Shoreditch until I walked past gaping. My boyfriend and I both ordered their flat iron steak which came with salad for only ¬£10 each. I ordered the b√©arnaise sauce and Lee ordered Fred’s Sauce,…

Dumpling Shack, London

I caught this amazing stall when they were still trading at Broadway Market’s Schoolyard but I have been assured that they will continue trading just around the corner, phew. Before this was announced, the uncertainty of DumplingShack’s presence in Hackney prompted myself to wake up early a few saturdays to grab some of these goodies…

Vico, London

You can’t buy happiness, but you can start off by buying deep fried pizza.

Bokit’La, London

Bokit is a Guadeloupean sandwich, fried in hot oil. I saw they had loads of dough balls lined up ready to deep fry. They fry it then make a hollow space for the fillings. This stall always seems to attract a long queue and for good reason too. You have an option of small, medium…

Lutong Pinoy, Earl’s Court, London

Kamayan is a Filipino way of eating with hands, usually with a base layer of rice laid on banana leaves with different meats and vegetables / salad. At this restaurant, if you want to eat kamayan style, you must book the meats that you want in advance and with a minimum of 4 people sharing….

Las Iguanas, Stratford Westfield

My mum and I were so hungry once we got to Stratford, we headed straight to Las Iguanas. Downstairs on the other levels of stores, it was so busy but as we headed to the top floor of the food places, Las Iguanas seemed very quiet. There was a lady at the front desk who…