The best burger in London is a hotly contested topic. With commonly cited favourites including Bleecker St, Honest Burger, Patty & Bun, Byron, Shake Shack and Five Guys (did I miss any?), I thought it only fair to give BRGR.co its fair chance to reign among the champions...
We woke up to glorious sunshine, and decided to nurse our aching heads with a trip to Torvehallerne, which describes itself “not as a supermarket, but as a super market”, which is entirely accurate.
A couple of weeks ago I flew back to the motherland for a long weekend to visit some of my favourite Danes, namely those that I went to summer school with. Since the standard reaction when I tell someone that I went to “summer school” is generally pity and an assumption that my parents wanted to punish me, let me start by assuring you that you needn’t feel sorry for me.
Having just finished the Cancer Research UK London Winter run, the family was in desperate need of warmth, shelter and, most importantly, food. Having heard many a good thing about The Modern Pantry, I reserved us a table for four a couple of weeks in advance.
Despite having spent the day stuffing our faces at Stylist Live, Lauren & I showed up to Pizza Union for our pizza feed bang on dinner time.
When the lovely folks over at Zomato invited me to be a #PizzaGod for the evening, it was as if all my dreams had come true. It was an absolute honour to help choose Pizza Pilgrim's October's Pizza of the Month.
On a freezing Friday evening, Michael and I joined the rather impressive queue that had formed outside Franco Manca in Brixton Market.
Homeslice is ultimate pizza heaven for me. Their pizzas are enormous & extraordinarily thin with a doughy crust; the toppings are creative and delicious; the staff are energetic and friendly; the place has a great buzz; and it’s totally affordable. You can’t really ask for more from pizza or eating out in central London!