Spring Foodie Highlights

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Tis' the season of convincing ourselves it's warm enough to sit outside. 

These are my best foodie bits from Spring: 

The Black Penny, Sloane Square 
Because all brunch should be had with a side of prosecco (and a fleece blanket.) This little haunt is situated right in the heart of Duke of York Square. It's the perfect place to sit in sunnies and spy on the perfectly groomed dogs and owners who walk past, the veggie breakfast is bloody brilliant too. 

Bread Street Kitchen, St Paul's
Just a casual Wednesday eating dinner IN A SPACE SHIP - This was probably the coolest dining experience I have ever done. We started by shaking up our own gin cocktails and then went on to eat stacks upon stacks of cold, hot and sweet treats like no other. Think sushi, arancini balls, mini burgers and all of the weeny desserts. Screw fine dining, I'm all about the spaceship life. 

Dusty Knuckle, Cardiff
I was reunited with my favourite pizza in Cardiff, made even better by Welsh beer and a Welsh Grand Slam win - it doesn't get better than that.

Two Anchors, Cardiff 
Chips done the Two Anchors way. This was consumed after about 95 gallons of beer and I recall every mouthful being an 'OHMYGODYES'. I also served up a couple of sea bream burgers thanks to Jon and Rosie who let me put on the apron and take food prep up to the next level. 

Mamalan, Clapham 
Whenever I have a cold, all I crave is some hot, noodley broth and Mamalan is my absolute favourite for that. It has become a firm fave on the neighborhood list and is dangerously close for someone who's loving Chinese food this much...

Bancone, Covent Garden 
I have raved about this place many a time and I will continue to do so until I find a better pasta joint. Bancone, you have my heart. 

Poptata, Boxpark Shoreditch 
Say hello to your new favourite chippie in London, Poptata. My advice to you is this: Go loaded or go home. I would HIGHLY recommend the Guaca Fries which are cheesy fries, smashed avocado, halloumi and mild spicy sauce (my name is written all over that one) and and the Chorifries which are with Chorizo, Goat Cheese and paprika. Fry love you Poptata. 

As you may be aware, I am obsessed with Tracklements condiments to accompany breakfast, and their new limited edition chorizo and chilli jam is an absolute corker. A little bit sweet with a subtle meaty, chilli kick. 

Kitchen Aid, Canary Wharf 
A house ain't a home without a KitchenAid. This year they are celebrating their 100th year and to mark the occasion they pulled off a fabulous immersive event to walk you through the history of their 100 wonderful years on this earth. Cheers to KA!

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