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Japanese Fusion Cuisine at Kintaro, Cusco, Peru

Kintaro is on the 1st floor of an old building very close to Arnos Square in Cusco, on entering the decor was minimalist and recognisable as Japanese and our greeting friendly. We chose 3 dishes to share and opted for the Tokio Rolls which were prawn sushi with avocado...

Ocean views for lunch at Restaurant Paracas, Peru

The entrance to Restaurant Paracas is far from grande, walking though what seems like a building site to reach a lift up to the top of the 4 floor building, but once upstairs we were warmly greeted and shown to a table with perfect views over the Pacific ocean,...

Seafood at Saha Peruvian Kitchen, Lima

The Saha Peruvian Kitchen is located in the Miraflora’s district if Lima, Peru. Upon entering it seemed rather quiet when we entered around 7pm on a Friday night, but we were quickly shown to a table on the buzzy terrace upstairs. We ordered 2 Pisco Sour cocktails to start...

A perfect Italian experience at Fumo, Covent Garden

Fumo is on St Martin’s Lane very close to Brydges Place, the narrowest street in London! When we arrived the restaurant looked upmarket with lovely decor and it was lovely to see it so busy on a Sunday evening. They serve tapas style Italian food and we opted for...

Authentic Japanese at Tokyo Retro, Clapham South

Walking towards Tokyo Retro it has a very Japanese feel with small Japanese trinkets and then Japanese music when we entered. We had a variety of dishes on our table for 4, the beef Gyu Don was delicious and according to our friend who spent 2 years in Japan...

Exotic Burgers at Shaka Zulu, Camden

The restaurant of Shaka Zulu doesn’t look very big from the outside but once you enter you’ll see how enormous it is, with multiple escalators you go underground with lots of African themed sculptors on the walls. We went as they had a burger offer on and with meats...

Fish and Chips at Reform Social & Grill, Bond Street

Reform Social & Grill is the restaurant of The Mandeville hotel near Bond Street. On entry it was everything you would expect of a hotel restaurant, with nicely laid tables, it was very quiet the day we dined. The menu was what I would describe as nice English restaurant...

Chicken & Bacon Pie in The Engineer, Primrose Hill

The Primrose Hill area has many good pubs and we decided to try The Engineer, it was busy, a good sign for a Wednesday night but they managed to squeeze us in. It’s a good quality gastro pub with a good menu with a handful of main courses. The...

Awesome food at Leicester Square Kitchen

The Leicester Square Kitchen is an upmarket restaurant on Leicester Square. The interior is fabulously decorated with perfect lighting and a well designed layout. It was very busy the Saturday we went, but luckily we had a table booked. Between 3 of us we had 6 dishes, all to...

All you can eat & drink Japanese at Inamo, Soho

Inamo in Soho is easy to miss, just a black painted building with not many signs, but when we entered it was almost full. It’s unique as the tables are electronic with a built in touchscreen and mouse and you order dishes on the table. The highlights of the...