2015’s hottest food trends and where to find them in London

London’s fast-paced restaurant scene is always evolving – and with new kids opening their kitchen doors all the time, 2015 looks set to be big for food fanatics. The beloved burger continues to win our hearts, while share plates and communal eating seem here to stay....
Smoking Goat, Soho

Smoking Goat, Soho

Getting Thai food right is a little bit more difficult than throwing in a few bird’s-eye chillis and a splash of fish sauce. It’s all about balance and that’s what you have to get right for anyone to take you seriously. Im Melbourne we had BangPop...
French and Grace, Brixton Village

French and Grace, Brixton Village

When visiting London, Brixton Village and Market are nearly always on my list due to the capital’s next wave of restaurateurs trying out their concepts before branching out. What we have found recently is that more and more cafes and restaurants have opened due...
Round up: The best food trucks in the world

Round up: The best food trucks in the world

It’s not refined but it sure is delicious – we check out the best food trucks around the world for Expedia. From Auckland’s fiery The Lucky Taco and London’s beloved Pizza Pilgrims to Portland’s piggy extravaganza (The People’s Pig) we’ve rounded up our favourites in...
We have lift off: Sharking’s on the move

We have lift off: Sharking’s on the move

In 2013 we asked a handful of Melbourne (and international) bloggers to revisit their first ever posts. The Back to the Start series was a great opportunity for fellow foodies to take stock – to talk about what inspired them to get started and reflect on all they have...
Lucky Beach in Brighton (UK) puts us on a MEATMission

Lucky Beach in Brighton (UK) puts us on a MEATMission

London is getting flooded by burgers right now – and it reached a head when hype-laden American-import burger joints Five Guys and Shake Shack opened within a few hundred metres of each other in one week in July. Unsurprisingly, the media leapt on the idea of a Covent...
The Fish and Chip Shop from Our Man in London

The Fish and Chip Shop from Our Man in London

Coming up with a name can be one of the most difficult parts about opening a new restaurant. But with a name like this, how can anyone forget it? A Des McDonald solo venture (having left the Caprice Group in 2012) the new venue, which recently opened on one of...
Morito, Exmouth Market

Morito, Exmouth Market

How we were able to find ourselves seated on the smallest of small seats bunched in with a handful of other hungry diners wanting both food and shelter from the wintery gusts outside I will never know. But the hand written menu on the white tiles above the chefs hard...

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