Shack-Fuyu, why the hell are you so hyped?

I'm going to start by saying I am feeling a bit insecure and I don't think I am a particularly good food blogger. I've written this whole review and I haven't mentioned any information about the restaurant nor the decor or ambience, and I reckon it is probably important to do these things. I've resolved … Continue reading Shack-Fuyu, why the hell are you so hyped?

Bone Daddies, Putney, London: “These daddies sure KNOW how to (make) bone (broth)”

Bone Daddies. That has to be up there with some of the worst named restaurants ever. Told my mate I was off to Bone Daddies tonight, "You do you", they responded. Food (8/10)Value (8/10) Service (8/10) I was invited to Bone Daddies with my best mate Molly, because her boyfriend doesn't really like it that … Continue reading Bone Daddies, Putney, London: “These daddies sure KNOW how to (make) bone (broth)”

Master Wei, London: Award winning Xi’an Chinese restaurant with prices that mean you can ACTUALLY try a variety of dishes.

After a year off restaurant reviews, I am BACK. Please bear with me, i'm a little rusty. Food (7/10)Value (9/10)Service (10/10) I'm back to reviewing restaurants, mainly because I spend most of my salary eating out and feeling guilty about it, so telling myself it is a creative hobby will perhaps counteract some of those … Continue reading Master Wei, London: Award winning Xi’an Chinese restaurant with prices that mean you can ACTUALLY try a variety of dishes.

Shi Shan Xuan, Palma de Mallorca: Is a low budget Chinese restaurant really the best place to eat in Mallorca? Obviously it is.

If you excuse the terrible photos in advance, I'll thank you kindly. And yes, I am reviewing the local Chinese. Food (8/10)Value (10/10)Service (8/10) Noodles and sizzling beef. It has been 24 hours since returning to England and I have already eaten Shephards Pie and a hearty serving of Brussell Sprouts. It is also cold … Continue reading Shi Shan Xuan, Palma de Mallorca: Is a low budget Chinese restaurant really the best place to eat in Mallorca? Obviously it is.

Palillos y Cuchillos, Palma de Mallorca: ‘Bao, Tom Yum and Nachos all under one roof.’

This understated restaurant offers food from all around the globe, with a three course menu del dia for just €16. Food (7/10)Service (7/10)Value (7.5/10) Pork belly bao with avocado and coleslaw. If i'm being honest, i'm finding it incredibly difficult to write a review about restaurants that are actually good. Like Jay Rayner said, "Narratives … Continue reading Palillos y Cuchillos, Palma de Mallorca: ‘Bao, Tom Yum and Nachos all under one roof.’

Noveno B, Palma de Mallorca: ‘No quality, nor quantity.’

I ignored all the warning signs of the classic 'all mouth and no trousers' restaurant, and yet I still ate here. So I guess I got what I deserve when I was still hungry after a bloody three course meal. Fried Chicken at Noveno B Food (5/10)Value for money (4/10)Service (6/10) Any restaurant that likes … Continue reading Noveno B, Palma de Mallorca: ‘No quality, nor quantity.’

Chapultapec, Palma de Mallorca: ‘Generous Plates of Mexican Homecooking.’

Big and bold dishes packed full with authentic Mexican flavour. Food (8/10)Service (7/10)Value (7/10) Cochinita Pibil and Tinga de Guerrero at Chapultapec After going to Madrid last year and encountering the cheapest and best Mexican EVER, I get irritated going to any other Mexican restaurant. Takos al Pastor Restauraunt in Madrid sells tacos for a … Continue reading Chapultapec, Palma de Mallorca: ‘Generous Plates of Mexican Homecooking.’

Vida Meva, Palma de Mallorca: ‘A top class restaurant masquerading as a humble cafe.’

From the outside, this unassuming restaurant looks like any other street corner cafe, but its so much more than that. Food (9/10)Value (10/10)Service (10/10) Blood sausage with piquillo peppers and apple purée. I've never really trusted a cheap lunch menu. I think I've been hurt in the past too many times as a tourist, lured … Continue reading Vida Meva, Palma de Mallorca: ‘A top class restaurant masquerading as a humble cafe.’