Lokhandwala London
Indian

Lokhandwala London

Being from the south Asian subcontinent I always feel there are much betterĀ  cuisines to try when I’m eating out. However, there are some Asian restaurants which surprise you at times. It’s been a while since I’ve been to a…

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Jikoni London
Indian

Jikoni London

Most of you will know, because I shout it from the rooftops at every opportunity I get, that I was born and raised in Kenya, it was the best childhood where children could actually be children. Even though I feel…

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Hankies, Marble Arch
Indian

Hankies, Marble Arch

Being from the South Aasia continent, I try and avoid Indian/Pakistani restaurants as much as I can cus there are so many other cuisines other than what your mama can cook. However, over the last few years Indian restaurants have…

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Dum Biryani, Soho
Indian

Dum Biryani, Soho

There are certain things in life that remind you of your mother, the way she hugs, her original smell that means you’re home but most of all her cooking. Why is it that every person on this Earth thinks their…

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Chai Ki, Canary Wharf
Indian

Chai Ki, Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is one of those weirdly wonderful places that tourists tend not to go to. I remember working in the Wharf a few years ago but it was only when I visited recently that I realised how much I…

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The Cinnamon Club
Fine Dining

The Cinnamon Club

Ramadan is a time for appreciating what you have, the food, the family, the countless blessings that He bestows upon us on a daily basis.. those blessings that we don’t even realise are blessings. Precisely about 15 minutes before Iftar…

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