Two weeks ago I was in Tel Aviv as a guest of the Israeli Government Tourist Office and Open Restaurants 2016 to see first-hand why Tel Aviv is considered one of the world’s best culinary destinations. I attended cooking masterclasses, interviewed chefs, ate at some of the city’s best restaurants and visited vibrant food markets. Today I want to tell you about Tel Aviv’s markets, or shuks, hoping to give you a sense of these wonderful places rich of history and culture.
Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is by all means the largest … Continue reading
A new Saturday food market opened in south east London last month and its name – Druid Street Market – is popping up on my social media feeds more and more every week. I was part of a selected group of bloggers and journalists invited to tour the market and sample the food offerings, so today I am sharing with you my favourite photos from that day.
Druid Street Market is curated by Miranda York, who’s also founded events’ company and food magazine Toast. The market stalls are set up in front of the railway arches at the eastern… Continue reading
One thing you might not know about me is that last year I started an Instagram “brunch club” with a few friends: Clerkenwell Boy, Tschang, Heart Drive and Charlala. It all started with a brunch date at Duck & Waffle which we enjoyed so much that we decided to turn it into a regular occurrence.
That IG Brunch Club was born, which is now a monthly meetup to discover London’s best brunch places. Today I’m sharing some photos from a recent brunch we had at the new St John Bakery Room in Maltby Street.
The tiny cafe / restaurant on… Continue reading