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Busaba Eathai – Westfield

March 18, 2012

Last week’s team lunch was all about coconut milk, curry and noodles. We tried Busaba Eathai – Westfield and were actually well surprised. Chopsticks lovers, this place is for you!

Like most of Westfield’s restaurants, Busaba Eathai is located on the Southern terrace with some tables outside for sunny days. Unfortunately that day wasn’t hot enough to eat outside so we got a large square table for 6 inside.
The place is quite dark, furnished with large wooden tables and big softened lamps hanging above – nothing more. Some incense perfumes the entrance and welcomes you while waiting for a waiter.
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Machiavelli

February 25, 2012

Gosh time goes fast! Now I’m blogging about a place I visited last weekend!!! Not good, but I still want to write about it as we had a fantastic time there with two of my friends.
Ah, Italian food… I feel like I’m eating that all the time these days. But there’s a reason for that: it’s one of the best!

So last Sunday we were around Covent Garden and wanted to try a new place, but discovered they were selling only paninis and salads. Not in the mood for that during the weekend… so we ended up at Machiavelli, another place I wanted to try, for our greater delight 🙂
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Tom’s Terrace – Somerset House

September 8, 2011

While summer is slowly fading away, it’s time to get back to blogging. C’est la rentrĂ©e ! Hope it will last a bit longer than before.
My come back began with an article about the restaurant Fish! where I spent a lovely evening a few days ago, when it was still warm outside. The day after, we went with my friend to another new place to keep enjoying outdoor spots while it’s still possible!


I’ve got to say I really enjoy getting back to this “new-places-discovery” life 🙂 And today’s about Tom’s Terrace, the outdoor bar of Somerset House.

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Ping Pong

April 28, 2010

Ping PongTwo bats a ball? No. Chopsticks and Dim Sum. Yes!
Dim Sum is the name of a Chinese cuisine. It’s usually composed of small portions served in steamer basket or small plate.

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Momo

April 11, 2010


Located in the very sweet Heddon street, Momo is a couscous place which has opened in 1997 and which keeps being one of the places to go in this area.
Like in Sketch (opened 5 years later by Mourad Mazouz as well), you enter in another world when you push the door of this restaurant. All night long you don’t feel as if you were in London but rather in a warm place like North Africa – decoration and music help you to get into this special mood. Read the rest of this entry ?

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Sketch

April 2, 2010

I’m gonna start this blog by writing a first post about a place I discovered a few weeks ago, near Regent Street: Sketch.

This place is just AMAZING as its decoration is very original and really different than anything I’ve seen before in London.
You can go there for the restaurant, the bar or the “Parlour” (tea room). Read the rest of this entry ?