Paris: manger avec un petit budget

‘When spring comes to Paris the humblest mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise’.  So said the writer Henry Miller in his book on the French capital, ‘Tropic of Cancer’.  Springtime in Paris is definitely special; as the flowers start to bloom, everyone flocks to sunbathe in le Jardin du Luxembourg or les Tuileries, high on the promise of summer and all the fun that … Continue reading Paris: manger avec un petit budget

Honey & Co: Restaurant Review

It was a grey and torrentially wet February day – not ideal conditions for trudging through the busy streets of London.  It was, however, the perfect setting for lunch at Honey & Co, a tiny, cosy and much lauded Middle Eastern restaurant, nestled away in the capital’s Fitsrovia district. Honey & Co was opened by Israeli-born couple Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich after many years … Continue reading Honey & Co: Restaurant Review

Freshers’ Foodie Guide: St Andrews

From cosy cafés to a spot of fine dining at The Seafood Restaurant, our little town covers pretty much everything you could need. So, when you eventually tire of your hall’s seemingly never ending supply of potatoes, here are some of the best places to check out. Cafés Come, well, quite soon actually, when the Scottish winds are a-howling and the evenings increasingly dark, there’s … Continue reading Freshers’ Foodie Guide: St Andrews