Guest Blogger Q&A: Alex, Gingey Bites Blog

Guest Blogger Q&A: Alex, Gingey Bites Blog

Do you remember I started a Guest Blogger Q&A a couple of years ago? I thought I’d bring it back as …
Review of Tapasia for Belle About Town: Japanese Dining with a Twist

Review of Tapasia for Belle About Town: Japanese Dining with a Twist

Japanese dining in London, it seems, ranges from the cheap, grab-and-go sushi outlets of almost every West End street corner, to sophisticated Michelin-starred eateries …
Review for Belle About Town | Pescatori Restaurant

Review for Belle About Town | Pescatori Restaurant

Pescatori is a mediterranean restaurant in the middle of Fitzrovia where white-washed walls, brightly coloured booths and pebbled panels create a rustic yet sophisticated …
Foodism Feature | René Redzepi and the new wave of Nordic Cuisine

Foodism Feature | René Redzepi and the new wave of Nordic Cuisine

Noma’s René Redzepi has led Copenhagen’s dining scene for years. I visited Denmark to see how the success has rippled, dining in …
Piece for Foodtripper | Denmark: Noma’s Ripple Effect

Piece for Foodtripper | Denmark: Noma’s Ripple Effect

Copenhagen overflows with Michelin stars and avant-garde restaurant Noma has a lot to do with it. But after a trip to Denmark, I discovered …
Piece for FoodTripper | Estonian Food at Tchaikovsky, Tallinn

Piece for FoodTripper | Estonian Food at Tchaikovsky, Tallinn

The many elements of Estonian food make it a difficult cuisine to define. A quick delve into the history books reveals that French chefs …
Dining in Babel @ Babylonstoren, The Cape Winelands

Dining in Babel @ Babylonstoren, The Cape Winelands

Our verdict on Babel: ‘Quite possibly the most colourful food you’ll ever eat’ So I decided to continue with sharing my experiences of …
Nikkei Supper Club by The London Foodie & Stellenbosch Wines

Nikkei Supper Club by The London Foodie & Stellenbosch Wines

In early December, I’ll be sipping my way around South Africa’s gorgeous vineyards of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Wellington and Paarl, before kicking back …
A Little Note About This Travel Blog

A Little Note About This Travel Blog

So, this is where I say hello world and welcome to The Travel Journo – a Lifestyle, Food and Travel Blog where you will find …
An Edible story at St Luke’s Kitchen, LIBRARY

An Edible story at St Luke’s Kitchen, LIBRARY

It’s a Saturday night in Covent Garden and we’re midway through our starters at St Luke’s Kitchen when I feel the …
What’s happening at Taste of London 2016? The Travel Journo Highlights.

What’s happening at Taste of London 2016? The Travel Journo Highlights.

Taste of London 2016 is back again for another year. And after a visit to the opening night last night, I think it’s fair …
Flavours of the Med @ Le George, Paris

Flavours of the Med @ Le George, Paris

After dining at Le Cinq, we didn’t think any restaurant could come close to the complexity of flavours and artistic flair we’d …
Dining at 3 Michelin starred restaurant Le Cinq, Paris

Dining at 3 Michelin starred restaurant Le Cinq, Paris

You know when you’ve eaten a meal so epic, you put off writing about it because it feels like no words will ever …
Q&A with Claire & Charlotte of Enrica Rocca London

Q&A with Claire & Charlotte of Enrica Rocca London

This week, I’d love to introduce you to Claire and Charlotte Chapuis from the Enrica Rocca Cookery School. (You can read my review …
Cooking Venetian Cuisine with the Enrica Rocca Cookery School

Cooking Venetian Cuisine with the Enrica Rocca Cookery School

What I love about Italian food is what most people love about Italian food. It’s simple, fuss-free, fresh and most importantly, delicious. And …
Elegant dining in The Dower House Restaurant @ The Royal Crescent Hotel

Elegant dining in The Dower House Restaurant @ The Royal Crescent Hotel

During our recent stay at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa in Bath, we visited The Dower House Restaurant, which offers a luxurious in-hotel …
Colourful cuisine @ Cubana, Smithfield

Colourful cuisine @ Cubana, Smithfield

If you can’t be in an exotic place, the best city for allowing you to pretend, in my eyes, is London. So when …
Afternoon Tea (or should I say, evening tea) @ Muriel’s Kitchen, Soho

Afternoon Tea (or should I say, evening tea) @ Muriel’s Kitchen, Soho

The first time I visited Muriel’s Kitchen was on one of my first dates with BC in 2012. It was a freezing cold February (…
Guest Blogger Q&A: Natalie De Luca, South London Blog

Guest Blogger Q&A: Natalie De Luca, South London Blog

Natalie De Luca of South London Blog tells us about her blogging life Today, I’d love to introduce you to Natalie De Luca, …
A festive Taste of London at Tobacco Dock

A festive Taste of London at Tobacco Dock

When I found hut there was a winter Taste of London, I was ever so excited. The summer festival in Regent’s Park was …