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Tuesday Nov 18th 2014

Aqua Mediterranean Meze Bar and Grill Review, Croydon


I’m loving the local restaurants around the Croydon and South Croydon area. Lots of awesome little gems, here is yet another one. Location It’s located along the main street connecting East and South Croydon and it can’t be missed. Unfortunately parking isn’t easily accessible around this area and most of the side streets have meters. Environment The restaurant has some simply and modern decorations. The staffs were lovely and helpful. We were seated close to their open kitchen at the back and it’s just awesome watching the chefs cook all the dishes. Queue time We turned up at around 6pm […]

Wednesday Oct 29th 2014

Steak & Co Review, Leicester Square, London


Steak & Co is just on the side of the Leicester Square centre, easy to find and can’t be missed. The steaks From the name, it’s pretty obvious that it is a steak house. What makes this steak house different from others is that the steaks are served on a hot iron slate where you season and cook the steak yourself. If you want one of the hot iron steaks, you will be asked to pick a butter, a salt & seasoning and a sauce. The steaks range from £13-£23, all depending on size and type. The price is only […]

Saturday Oct 25th 2014

Shoryu Ramen Review, Soho, London


Japanese tonkotsu ramen is currently a big hype in London. Hakata tonkotsu ramen is a style of ramen made with a thick, rich, white pork soup and thin, straight ramen noodles. Shoryu launched in November 2012 by the team behind Japan Centre. Shoryu Ramen specialises in Hakata tonkotsu ramen from the Hakata district of Fukuoka city on the southern island of Kyushu, Japan. Location There are several Shoryu branches around central London. We visited the one near Piccadilly Circus which is just 2mins walk from the underground station. Queue time We went on a Wednesday evening at around 7pm. We […]

Wednesday Sep 17th 2014

Patty & Bun Review, Liverpool Street, London


We finally made our way to try the famous burger joint of Patty and Bun. We’ve been putting it off for a little while because we didn’t want to wait for ages in queue for our meal. Going on a weekday seem like the most sensible choice for such a small and popular little restaurant. We turned up at the Liverpool Street branch at about 7:30pm. This branch is much smaller than the one in Central London as it’s more fast food, takeaway style. We managed to get ourselves onto one of the few tables they had. There were a […]