London – UK

José, the man of tapas!

Walking down Bermondsey Street, hands full after hitting Borough Market, we were desperatelly hungry and a little bit beaten, just a little. I read a lot about chef Jose Pizarro, been following him from Brindisa days, happy that he got his own place to share his magic with us, the rest. When…

Paul A. Young chocolate anyone?

London chic, in the middle of Soho, on the corner of Wardour street, Paul A. young shop offers you more than a sweet tooth. It is pure pleasure, sinful and you want more! Truffles made from real champagne, caramel and sea salt, pavé, artisan bars… and brownies… the brownies, were…

St. John Restaurant – London

After we were greeted, taken to our table, introduced with our menus, we were ready! We, can eat, and we did. We had 4 starters, 2 main course, 1 salad, a bottle of cider, a beer. You may not find it much but if you consider the animal fat we had, it was huge.

Monmouth Coffee – London

One sentence is enough for Monmouth. My coffee temple! Every time I am in London, it is my first stop, then I am ready to hit London! I have a black drip coffee, sit on the small bench in the front, watch people walk by, entering the shop, getting out…

Jen Cafe – London

Little green corner shop. A-in-the-middle-of-Chinatown- hidden-gem.  One of the many reasons to return London over and over again. Years ago, we ended there on a wet  London day. We were cold and wanted something to sooth us up, physically and mentally. Then we saw this little window display, where a…

Belgo Centraal – London

A huge, shelter like place with a different and powerful effect on you. Probably full. Always full. Entrance is from the street level. You may watch the loud and slammed kitchen working, with a bird’s eye view and probably sipping you beer at the same time, while waiting. The restaurant…