Springing into Spring at Somerset House

This weekend seriously felt like Spring. Not only because the clocks change, but mainly because the sun finally peeked out to say hello. There was no more need for a coat, definitely not tights and my gloves were taken out of my handbag (finally!) London is so beautiful in the sun; the blossom seems to be just that little bit brighter, the sun rays warmer and life’s…

The one restaurant you have to eat at in New Delhi: Bukhara

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Growing up in an Indian household, visiting an Indian restaurant was never that exciting to me. I was a fussy eater as a kid and preferred pizza any day. Besides, my mum could make Indian food which was heaps better than any restaurant we would go to. I’d graze a little at whatever the family ordered, reluctantly. The only thing…

StreetXO London

David Muñoz is back in town. The same David Muñoz with three Michelin stars to his name – the same David Muñoz, with experience at Nahm, Hakkasan and Nobu. He’s a brilliant, creative Spanish chef with an eye for experimental, innovative gastronomy and well known for his original dishes; they’re global, creative and bold. DiverXO, his restaurant which he is most well known for, earned three…

Noma, Copenhagen: my most memorable meal

Imagine a welcome where more than twenty five people greet you, one by one, as you enter a restaurant, the warmest of welcomes. You’re taken through any chef’s dream of a kitchen, as meticulous as can be, with the sound of “Good evening”, “Welcome”, “Hey there”, in a variety of accents from chef after chef.  It’s safe to say I’ve never been welcomed so many times (especially in…