Best Food in London

… on a quest to find THE best food of every London joint!

  • Porridge with honey, almonds and mixed berries
  • Poached eggs on toasted multigrain bloomer
  • Chocolate and Peanut butter Pancakes
  • French toast with apple, cinnamon and maple syrup
  • Pancakes and Berries

The Breakfast Club Hoxton

I can’t vouch for the remaining Breakfast Club locations in London but as far as the East of London is concerned, and if you are breakfast lover, Hoxton is THE place to visit!

  • Mogul Tandoori Lamb Chops
  • Saag paneer
  • Tandoori Salmon


Following my quest to find London’s best Indian dish and after my smashing success in Brick Lane, I must admit my expectations were high.


#04London Food Tips

GAIL’s bakery is spread around many areas of London. If you wonder which are the posh postcodes of this city, take a look on these bakeries locations and they will give you a strong hint.

  • Triple layer Carrot Creamcheese cake
  • Mince Pie

Gail’s Bakery Exmouth Market

I walked 25 minutes to get to GAIL’s bakery. I was a man with a mission – totally worth it! I ended up eating one of the best slices of cake I ever had in London or anywhere else, as a matter of fact.

  • Spicy Tuna roll
  • Salmon Avocado Maki
  • Maki Set A
  • Salmon Teriaky Bento Box

Kyoto Sushi Restaurant

Japanese is probably one, if not my favourite type of food. Few cuisines can combine great flavour, diversity and healthiness in the same dish. Thus, to say I was jumping of joy and excitement to have sushi is an understatement!

  • Spring Rolls
  • Chicken Sweet Corn Soup
  • Chicken Siu Lung Bao Dumplings
  • Chicken with Cashew Nuts
  • Chicken Satay
  • Chicken in Lemon Sauce

Beijing Dumpling

And I’m back. Things haven’t changed much since the last time I was around. The place is still crowded,  the service awful and yes, they will kick you out after 11 pm…

  • Soy Marinated Chicken Karaag
  • Ginger Salmon Tatsutage Buns

Shoryu Ramen Carnaby

This was a quite random yet happy experience that I stumbled upon while walking through Carnaby street with friends.


#02London Food Tips

If you’re just for a few days break in London, do not waste your “sweet opportunity” on supermarkets. There are surprisingly cheap and tempting food offers there, but you can try them on other occasions. Just remember how these are produced in mass with not a single care for personalisation. Think unique and homemade food. I guess it’s true that cooking with love gives food a new dimension, flavour and soul.


Lola’s Cupcakes

My food tasting on Selfridges did not end up with the almond flour sweets so-called Macarons. My friend surprised us with a mini Yola’s cupcake. She picked the flavours she associated with each of us – and hell, she nailed them!


Pierre Hermé

Despite living in one of the world’s fashion capitals, I’m not the biggest shopping fan (forgive me London!)


Sunday UpMarket

This market is full of good news for the budget eater and it’s worth for all the international offers they have around.


Dum Dum Donutterie

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!


Yalla Yalla

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.

  • Papadoms & Chutneys
  • Lamb Samosa
  • Mixed Kebab
  • Creamy Saag Paneer & Niramish
  • Chicken and Lamb Thali

Aladin Brick Lane

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.