This market is full of good news for the budget eater and it’s worth for all the international offers they have around.
This was one of the first places that caught my eye when I moved to Shoreditch. To be fair, it’s hard to miss the colourful display of mouth-watering food!
What a fortunate coincidence it was to stumble upon Yalla Yalla! I remember having read about the restaurant version of this pop-up before so I decided to give it a try.
This will be marked as the day that Indian food scaled up a lot of points on my international cuisine personal taste. Forget the fancy restaurants, the michelin service or the great looking food. This was my very first experience on London’s “curry lane” – Brick Lane E1.
Welcome to the East fantastic side of London! You hear so much about the street food scene around here and the variety of flavours this area has to offer. It’s true, I do confirm. There are amazing places for the budget foodie to have delicious encounters.
I went to try this restaurant following Time Out’s advise and got myself really impressed.
Just when I was starting to think I would have to eat my way trough Tesco’s and Sainsbury’s meal deal sections forever so I could save some bucks… Asian food to the rescue!
Hi all! You found my very first post. Since you dug so deep trough many months of indulgence, take a few more minutes to learn what’s all this about. About me & food