WHAT A GIRL EATS: FLORAL BY LIMA

I’ve been looking forward to do a Floral by Lima review – even before I tried this sister restaurant to the original Michelin starred Peruvian restaurant on Charlotte Street. This cuisine has taken the spotlight with the likes of acclaimed restaurants Andina, Pachamama and Chicama joining the club. And what’s not to love about the ingenious use of land, earth…
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A NEW YORK BRUNCH IN LONDON

Brunch is a kind of institution for our East Coast friends, it’s basically a day party with blaring music and avocado toast. It’s what you do on a Saturday morning, followed by a week of green juice cleansing and spin classes. I’m all good with the first but I’d rather sleep without a fan in a heatwave than do the…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: TEMPER COVENT GARDEN

My favourite restaurant in London and by extension in the whole world, is temper Soho. I don’t think I’ve ever visited the same restaurant so many times out of choice. Steadily since my first review, two other branches have opened, a curry- focused restaurant in the City and another just walking distance from the first site specialising in social media’s favourite…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: PETERSHAM

Review of Petersham restaurant in Covent Garden   After visiting Petersham Nurseries in Richmond earlier this year, I was delighted to make a booking at The Petersham, the upscale restaurant in Covent Garden. Glass walls shrouded with plants, sunlight bathing every green marble corner table in brilliant light, a terrace at which to dine. You want to fall in love…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: CORAZON

There’s something magical about summer and Mexican food, doesn’t it make the weather seem sweeter and life feel a little more carefree? If watermelon margaritas and almond and oat milk cinnamon iced coffee appeals to you, hi and welcome to my review of Corazon in Soho. If you thought this area only had Benito’s Hat and Chipotle, you’re in for an…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: LINA STORES

  Have you guys seen that Netflix documentary The Magic Pill? It’s about the benefits of the ketogenic diet and how American nutrition guidelines were hijacked by corporations in the 60’s, therefore a lot of the research that advises us against animal fats and produce, particularly in relation to weight related diseases, is biased and partially untrue. The premise of…
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