If you didn't know, Brook Green is one of the leafiest and upmarket parts of London you are likely to come across, hence it was no surprise to see gourmet pizzerias like Zia Lucia move into the area
It's an extremely entrepreneurial decision to open a chicken shop close to Camden Tube Station given the multitude of clubs and music venues in the area. There is little risk of failure given that this is the team behind great restaurants like Boondocks, Stax and Butterscotch
Sushi Shop: The French show us how it should be done in their conveniently located Marylebone branch
With a multitude of sushi options like Itsu, Wasabi and Yo! Sushi, do we genuinely need another sushi takeaway option in London?
If you have seen those fever tree advertisements, saying if 3/4 of your G&T is tonic water, make sure you are using a top quality one
There has been many rags to riches stories for hip food stall owners who have become restauranteurs writing their own cookbooks and having their own business. Thom and James Elliott are perhaps one of the most well-known ones.
When you think of the words: Italian takeaway, 99% of you will be thinking pizza and it is often the poor quality ones which will offer you a free bottle of coke to hide the taste of their inferior ingredients.
At Cafe Mish, they have a sign proudly proclaiming the Earl of Sandwich didn't "invent" the sandwich, it was created many centuries ago in the Middle East.
Hip street food vendors shouldn't be the preserve of music festivals or east London hoxtonites, thankfully we are seeing an increasing revival of the culinary scene in Soho. Whaam Bánh Mì is one such venue adding some extra colour to the area literally, with its sharp yellow frontage and pop art posters, it instantly catches the eye of the passer-by.