Let’s do Lunch | Kinho & Kinha catch-up Dinner at Pho, Soho

 

Let's do Lunch Pho: Kinho and Kai

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 | The Specials List: Vaps Potato Soup is a MUST-TRY!

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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 | Beast from the East: The Snow Storm causing Disruption in the UK and Concern for those Sleeping Rough

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A dark hue over as the storm hits Regents Street, photo ©Kai Lutterodt

I arrived back from a mini break in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic to be met by a snow storm as I arrived into London. The Serbian weather I’d been expecting in the -11 temperatures of my city break, took me face-on with on Tuesday afternoon – nothing short of a ‘welcome back to London’ surprise. I marvelled at the sight of lashings of snow falling in Central London as my bus took a turn onto Regents Street. I exited for home through Soho, braving the cold winds and and freezing temperatures to take some pictures on my DSLR which was conveniently at hand. Continue reading

#LinkLove: why DIY SEO is EXACTLY what my startup needs

This afternoon I got feed a wealth of information which hours later, I’m still try to digest.

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Injera: low-fat, low sodium, gluten-free.. and tasty!

You know that feeling when you first try a new dish you’re unfamiliar with (like injera from Ethiopia and Eritrea)… It looks good enough to eat, in fact you might even know it’s healthy for you. Yet you’re just not sure if it’ll please your taste buds. So you pick at it with caution, and before you know it – you’ve gobbled up the whole thing! Continue reading