As part of my birthday celebrations, my boyfriend took me out last week for a Lebanese meal. Lebanese food is characterised by plenty of starch, wholefoods and vegetables. Red meat is not as used as widely as other types of meat, such as lamb. I haven’t eaten a lot of Lebanese food so was excited… Read More Lebanese Food
A few weeks ago, I visited Hyper Japan, a festival of all things Japanese, taking place at the O2 arena, Greenwich. One of the great things to do there is experience Japanese cuisine, hence we sampled the above Tempura prawns and noodles.
My friend cooked this for me, it was lovely. I’ve never had falafel before, so this was completely new to me, however I will definitely be eating it again. As you can see from the pictures below, the food was quite simply arranged and was great for sharing.
I really like calamari, as you can probably tell. This was taken at a Mexican restaurant and was really lovely, so much so that it even converted my friend, who doesn’t even like calamari. Baja, Bedford
I seem to be eating a lot of Mexican food recently. Here is a picture of last night’s dish, sampled at Baja in Bedford: I really loved this and would recommend it. Definitely would go back.
I enjoyed this wonderful Chinese meal last weekend- chicken with beansprouts and egg- fried rice. It was unexpectedly really tasty. Recommended.
And these things, I can’t remember what they’re called, sorry: Courtesy of Portena, Field Day festival, London
Vietnamese Restaurant, Chinatown
This is a stir-fry that was cooked by my brother’s partner Toan when I went to visit him last week. He is Vietnamese/ Chinese and is used to cooking in this style. Vietnamese food has very distinct flavours. Dishes use plenty of fresh herbs but tend not to be overly spicy, as chilli sauces are… Read More Vietnamese Stirfry