Tagged with London restaurants

Nanban one in Brixton!

Nanban one in Brixton!


My new favourite haunt in Brixton is Nanban, the Japanese ‘soul food’ restaurant from MasterChef winner Tim Anderson. There’s no shortage of great places to discover in this part of London but Nanban will suit all tastes – whether you’re on your way to a concert or a quieter night at the Ritzy cinema. I’ve … Continue reading

Bone Daddies comes to James Street

Bone Daddies comes to James Street


Bone Daddies is slowly taking over London and now has 7 branches dotted around London. It shows no signs of slowing down and each of its restaurants offer something different in terms of atmosphere and menu choices, so the formula doesn’t risk getting old any time soon. In fact, when I went to their soft … Continue reading

Sophie’s London ramen round-up


Winter is here (even if it’s unseasonably mild), which means it’s perfect ramen weather. London’s exploded with ramen joints in the last few years and chances are you’ll have eaten it at least once if you’ve visited (and more if you live there). For those who don’t know, ramen is a Japanese dish consisting of … Continue reading

Presentation and taste rule at Oliver Maki


When I hear there’s a new Japanese restaurant opening up near me, you can guarantee I’ll be heading over there sharpish. Oliver Maki – a family-owned business which has four branches in Kuwait and one in Bahrain – opened the doors of its first UK restaurant in London, Soho, earlier this week. With Louis Kenji … Continue reading