The perfect Italian food pairing
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If I asked you, “what’s the perfect food pairing?”, what would you say? Scallops and bacon? Lamb and mint? Venison and blackberries? Tea and crumpets? In Italy, the perfect pair is Parmigiano Reggiano P.D.O and Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena P.D.O which are from Emilia Romagna, the region where my

Bottomless brunch at Galvin HOP
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Can you believe I’ve never been to a bottomless brunch? So when I was invited to review the bottomless brunch at Galvin HOP I was excited to say the least. Unlimited prosecco for just £10? BARGAIN. And if prosecco is not your thing, you can have draft Pilsner or Bloody

Eating off the menu at The Waterway
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What if I told you that your favourite restaurant in London had a dish that was really special to the chef and that you’ll never get to taste? That sounds pretty mean, right? Well, you CAN taste their secret dish if you’re in the know, that is. Founder of EatOfftheMenu Alex

A day aboard the Ventura cruise liner
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Last week I was invited, along with fellow travel bloggers and a journalist, to experience a day aboard the Ventura – a P&O Cruises cruise liner. I was picked up from my home in London and driven to the Port of Southampton, where the Ventura had just docked. The ship sails

Pan-Asian at Pan Chai - a review
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As a blogger, you know you’re going to enjoy your experience when you turn up to a restaurant, give your name and get, “Oh, you’re the journalist!”. Last week I was invited along to review Pan-Asian restaurant Pan Chai, which is situated in the luxurious Harrods Food Halls and was

Salaam Namaste review
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It’s not everyday that you get invited to review a restaurant where the owner and chef is also a British Airways purser! Sabbir Karim opened Salaam Namaste in Bloomsbury in 2005 and named it after a famous Bollywood movie, and it’s been delighting locals and foodies for over 10 years