There is no shortage of funky Indian street food restaurants in the Soho area, but the latest addition, Soho Wala is more unexpected situated inside the ever-popular Courthouse hotel
It's a sign of the times when you see top quality restaurants at the respected The Montcalm closing with the regularity of an iPhone update
Considering the enduring popularity of Asian food on the London dining scene, it is somewhat of a surprise not to see more dumpling restaurants appearing on our high streets and markets
Although you can discover all kinds of cuisines in London, some are criminally under-represented. Northern Levant cuisine is one that comes to mind, but thankfully we've discovered Zala Levantine Grill next to Kerb at Camden Market
Peckham might be hip and up-and-coming but still it isn't the most consumer-friendly part of town.
Roof East must be a contender for pop-up of this summer for the sheer variety it offers to Londoners. Stratford is fast becoming a popular destination for dining, shopping and entertainment.
In most cultures, dining is very much a social bonding and sharing experience, none more so than when you enjoy Mexican cuisine.
I've been told by a reliable source that Deptford is the new Dalston; although indications from a recent visit suggested that was still some distance away.
By now, you might have worked out the successful formula for launching a successful street food business: have young, impossibly presentable and hospitable owners
From the bustling streets of Bangkok to Malaysian markets, street food in Asia has always been considered such an everyday existence. However, when it comes to pan Asian food in the UK, which is now a huge part of the London restaurant scene, its street food concept is neglected bringing elegance to an everyday trade.