To end the Easter Bank holiday, I indulged in the flavours of Indochinese cuisine at Banana Tree Soho! I’ve teamed up with award-winning Ivolution Productions who I’m excited to partner with for future vlogs and restaurant video content! Continue reading
Category: Restaurant reviews
Let’s do Lunch Travel | Table for Two at Šatlava, Hradec Králové (CZ)
If you’re looking for a sophisticated place to dine during your visit to Hradec Králové, I recommend visiting the Šatlava which means medieval prison in Czech as it’s stands within a former prison complex… Continue reading
Let’s do Lunch | Kinho & Kinha catch-up Dinner at Pho, Soho
Every year my best friend Kinho from Brazil flies to London for a work conference, then takes the opportunity to stay an extra few days with me in Soho. When it comes to recommending places to eat, I have to admit I’m not the most experimental (something I’m on a mission to change), I tend to stick to what I know… and Pho was on the list for a healthy (and slurpy) catch up with my bestie bro! Continue reading
Let’s do Lunch Travel | The Local Hotspot: Caffé del Kassaro, Palermo Sicily
If you’re looking for delightfully authentic Sicilian food at affordable prices during your stay in Palermo, Caffé del Kassaro is my recommended go-to place! You’ll find this gem open only during breakfast and lunch-time hours, conveniently tucked away a stones throw from Palermo Cathedral… Don’t let the name or the entrance deceive you, this restaurant offers much more that just coffee and treats! Continue reading
Let’s do Lunch | The Specials List: Vaps Potato Soup is a MUST-TRY!
It’s said we eat with our eyes, so it’s no wonder the restaurant with over 200 chains across the world has got it so right; a choice of what goes in – and what stays out of your dish! Vapiano offers a wide range of freshly prepared Italian dishes cooked to order right in front of you – appealing for even the fussiest of eaters! Continue reading
Let’s do Lunch Travel| Czeched-in: City Break in Hradec Králové
One of my top tips for urban girls wanting to get ahead and expand their networks is – travel. Sometimes getting out of your ‘comfort zone’, your usual routine, can be enough to re-spark some vitality, or simply help you re-focus on your goal. Besides, it’s a great way to make new contacts, not to mention create meaningful connections outside your usual circles.
So I took my own advice and found myself heading to Stanstead airport last Saturday to czech-in for a flight to the Czech Republic… And no, it wasn’t to Prague this time. Continue reading
Working Lunch: Let’s do Lunch Network meets Global Dinners at Whyte & Brown
When Global Dinners co-founder Ricardo Tannus reached out via LinkedIn to hear more about Let’s Do Lunch Network, it wasn’t long before the conversation went from email, to a meal! I met up with Ricardo at Whyte & Brown in Kingly Court for lunch, and it turns out food isn’t our only common interest. Brazil, Ghana, student-initiative-turned-business, promoting diversity and connecting people through sharing of food are just some of the things which connected us! Continue reading
Table for Two: West African fusion at Ikoyi, London
African cuisine lends itself well to the saying; ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it‘! So it takes either a crazy person with nothing to lose, or well, a visionary, to attempt to bring fusion to a cuisine steeped identity – and succeed. Ikoyi is West African cuisine reimagined… Continue reading
A tasty Let’s do Lunch Freshers Chipotle Social on 30th Sept!
Well that was tasty! Special thanks to the friendly team Chipotle Mexican Grill for hooking us up with complimentary meals to share with London College of Communication Freshers on Weds 30th Sept! Continue reading
Business is like a sport: Meeting with business advisor Luigi at Pizza Pilgrims Soho
When your friends are also your forward-slash: mentor (though they probably don’t know it yet), you know you have to make the most out of every meeting! Last week I met up with catering co-ordinator and expert of all things Italian (especially pizza), Mr “Made in Italy” aka Luigi, for a catch up at Pizza Pilgrims in Soho. Continue reading