When you think of Egyptian cuisine, fine dining doesn't necessarily spring immediately to mind, but a visit to the aptly named Alexandrie restaurant in Kensington might change your perception of what this little-known cuisine can offer
Cinnamon Kitchen over the years has spawned a strong roster of talented chefs who have gone on to achieve fantastic things all over the world. One of the most instrumental members of the founding team was Abdul Yaseen
Grand trunk road is one of the longest and oldest roads in the world connecting South Asia with Central Asia
We might have mentioned before that Kingly Court is fast becoming the destination of choice for London foodies
Foley's is one of those rare restaurants where you walk out wondering where have you been all your life
You might wonder why Peruvian cuisine has been all the rage in the last few years. A quick visit to Lima Floral in Covent Garden might answer that question
A visit to Oklava is likely to induce giddy childlike excitement simply from the sheer exoticism of chef Selin Kiazim's innovative Turkish-Cypriot inspired menu.
Having visited their multi-coloured radiant summer pop up by Tower Bridge during the warmer months of July and August, I was curious to see what they have been up to with their winter pop up special on Cannon Street. Ceru specialises in food from the Levant which is a large part of the eastern Mediterranean.