• Afternoon Tea at Perkin Reveller

    Afternoon Tea Experience Believe it or not, after 8 years in London, I can only count the times I’ve been to afternoon tea with one hand. Not a lot for a London based American expat, I have to say! I love the British tradition of afternoon tea, how it was the way of the aristocrats

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  • Steak, Play, Love at STK Milan

    An Italian-American restaurateur Joe Bastianich once famously said, “Milan is so fashion obsessed that people don’t pay that much attention to the food.” Although fashion conscious, I think as an Italian city that loves to play, drink, and eat out, this couldn’t be further from the truth. As part of our Milan tour on the

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  • Breakfast with the Royals at The Orangery

    I’m not imagining this am I? On a cloudy Tuesday morning, I was walking briskly towards the entrance of The Orangery at Kensington Gardens, when I saw a helicopter landing just next to the palace. Surrounded with a few security guards, Prince Harry emerged from the helicopter and was rushed inside. It turns out that

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  • Chapters Restaurant in Blackheath

    Living close to a tube station often means that I find myself travelling closer to the heart of London when wanting to dine in a restaurant that delivers both deliciously spectacular plates of food and caring service with a smile. However, I was recently invited to check out Chapters restaurant, a place nestled in upmarket

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  • Brunching at Jar Kitchen

    Jar Kitchen opened its doors quietly back in 2015 on the northern end of Drury Lane, just steps away from Covent Garden. This part of town actually holds a lot of memories for me. My student days at London School of Economics meant that I stayed 5 minutes away from campus at the student accommodation

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  • A Foodie’s Restaurant Guide for Fuerteventura

    Although Fuerteventura is not known as a foodie destination, I know that good food can be discovered anywhere. I just had to dig a little bit deeper. For me, food and travel are inseparable companions. It’s a wonderful relationship that are complexly intertwined. Wherever we go, we need to eat right? It became my primary

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