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Sunday Roast at The Grill, The Dorchester Hotel

There are many British food traditions I have discovered after moving to London and fell in love with: eggs and bacon for breakfast, scones with clotted cream for afternoon tea, a pint at the pub before supper, frosted multi-layer cakes and Sunday Roast.

Sunday for me is a day to spend with your family, having a long lunch together. In Italy this means a three-course meal with pasta, meat and dessert. I’m happy to swap the Italian tradition with the British one and go for a nice roast!

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I recently had the opportunity to try the Sunday Roast menu at… Continue reading →

Breddos Tacos at Trip Space

I blogged about Breddos Tacos last year (see post here), during their residency at Slider Bar in Soho. A few months ago they moved east and found a new home at Trip Space in Haggerston, where they serve their Mexican / American inspired dishes for dinner and brunch from Wednesdays to Sundays.

The brunch menu is a new addition to their offer and it features dishes like classic American pancakes, Huevos Rancheros and fried chicken. I think it sounds amazing and I'm really keen in trying it soon. Have a look at the photos on What Katie Does and… Continue reading →

Brazilian Supperclub with Dhruv Baker and Tilda

This is the summer to celebrate all things Brazil and, even though England and Italy are out of the World Cup, there's no reason to stop me from joining the celebrations!

Last week I was invited by Tilda to a Brazilian Supperclub cooked by 2010 MasterChef winner Dhruv Baker with Hot and Chilli blogger Rosana McPhee. The dinner was hosted at the beautiful Islington home of Luiz Hara, aka The London Foodie.

Brazilian Supperclub with Dhruv Baker and Tilda
Brazilian Supperclub with Dhruv Baker and Tilda
Brazilian Supperclub with Dhruv Baker and Tilda

It was a balmy summer evening, so before dinner I chatted with the other guests in the garden, drinking Brazil's signature cocktail Caipirinha and eating canapés: bolinho… Continue reading →