Quest for Bold Flavour – Syrian Grub Club

Quest for Bold Flavour – Syrian Grub Club

Syrian Grub Club The concept of pitching up at a stranger’s home and sharing a home cooked meal with others may seem a bit too far fetched for most. But then again, in London anything is possible. Grub Club is a site that looks to connect chefs with diners. Chefs and cooks who want to Continue reading Quest for Bold Flavour – Syrian Grub Club

Maramia Cafe – Proper Palestinian Food

Maramia Cafe – Proper Palestinian Food

Staying close to the middle eastern flavours, Maramia Cafe offers genuine and proper Palestinian food. Hearty in flavour and filling in portions, this restaurant is recommended not only for those who seeking for something different but simply for their great flavours and deliciously meats, in homemade Maramia marinates. Proper Palestinain Food As with any middle Continue reading Maramia Cafe – Proper Palestinian Food

Tabun Kitchen – Jerusalem Street food

Tabun Kitchen – Jerusalem Street food

The food scene in London is growing at a rapid rate. Tabun Kitchen has added to an ever growing list of Israeli restaurants, which also includes Palomar, Honey & Co and Barbary.  But Tabun Kitchen is one of the first few in London to focus purely on true Jerusalem Street Food.  Something different, unique and tasty. Jerusalem Continue reading Tabun Kitchen – Jerusalem Street food

Dead Sea and Masada – the perfect day trip

Dead Sea and Masada – the perfect day trip

From Jerusalem or Tel-Aviv, the Dead Sea and Masada National Park are great destinations for a day trip away.  If you are ever in the region, these two locations are highly recommend for their natural sights and surroundings.  Masada National Park is located on the western side of the Dead Sea and is around an Continue reading Dead Sea and Masada – the perfect day trip

Jerusalem – Part two of my Israeli Adventure

Jerusalem – Part two of my Israeli Adventure

If Tel-Aviv is on one end of a scale, then Jerusalem cannot be further on the other. While the capital is vibrant, busy but easy going (check out my post here), Jerusalem is a city filled with immense history, culture and religion.   The Old City is divided into four quarters: Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Armenian, each Continue reading Jerusalem – Part two of my Israeli Adventure

Fresh out the Concrete Jungle – Travel and Food

Out of Office London – Travel and Food As a young working professional, life mainly consists of long (ish) hours at the office, five days a week, repeat and repeat.  Most joys are from the times spent browsing for new hip restaurants or the next travel destinations.  After working for a year now, it’s time Continue reading Fresh out the Concrete Jungle – Travel and Food