More posts by David

    Check out David’s review of Vegan food van, ‘Rupert’s Street’ at Urban Food Fest! Over the last decade, the concept of “street food” has been gaining momentum. Street food in London is particularly having a moment and every week I seem to come across an article on a new restaurant that started out read more

‘As Nature Intended’ is now in Spitalfields! Ever since the Honestly Healthy cookbook showed up at Frame, I’ve been reading more and more about the alkaline diet and how to eat smarter. But I’ve also gotten tired of that weekly shlep from East London to Whole Foods (any location). Luckily, As Nature Intended supermarket opened read more

Dishoom draws upon the heritage and tradition of Bombay cafés, with an all-day menu paying homage to the food of Bombay When I first moved to Shoreditch I was told by multiple people to either: Avoid curry houses on Brick lane at ALL costs. They are a major stomach ache waiting to happen. Definitely check read more

  David meets Almond Mylk extraordinaries ‘The Pressery’ It’s safe to assume that if you hear “East London” and “innovation” in the same sentence, the context will be focused around the start-up tech industry dubbed as Tech City.  But recently, East London has also become an incubator for businesses operating in a different industry: healthy read more

  WE’RE FEELING THE LOVE FOR LOVAGE SHOREDITCH Last year, The Ace Hotel hit Shoreditch with a bang. It’s become a neighborhood favourite; the lobby is always buzzing with character and the connected Hoi Polloi restaurant is a London “destination.” But there’s been little marketing around Lovage, a tiny stall located on Shoreditch High Street. read more

Mini Magoos Granola East London’s Mini Magoos granola is one of my go-to “comfort foods” in London.  While I encourage everyone to try making their own homemade granola, Mini Magoos is as close as you’re going to get without over-baking your own oats in the oven.   According to the website, Mini Magoo (aka Maria read more

/>Get Your Protein Hit With Quark… Greek yoghurt has taken the global dairy market to new heights in the past few years. In London, the likes of Fage and Chobani (although New York-based Chobani has recently been banned from labelling US-made strained yoghurt as “Greek” in the UK) have seen increasing competition as other brands read more