Why you should try out Hot Pot in Chinatown
I can still remember the first time I had hot pot! I was in Tokyo on a business trip, and I had never heard about this dish before! In Japan hot pot is called Shabu-Shabu - and just like in China and Thailand it is a beautiful, tasty broth containing a variety of East Asian food and ingredients prepared at the dining table.  Amazing!… (4 comments)

A Thai alternative to the traditional Christmas meal
I love Christmas food... I really do! But sometimes I find the traditional servings a little bit boring - and the thought of tasting a more exotic version certainly makes me very curious!  Some of you know, that I am a big fan of Restaurant Mango Tree in Belgravia, so when I heard, that they were offering Londoners a 10 course Thai Christmas meal, I simply had to go and try it out… (16 comments)

A romantic evening out at Bird of Smithfield
If there is one thing, that I love about London's food-scene, it's the fact that you can find the most amazing restaurants at places, where you would never expect them to be!  There is nothing better than coming across a hidden little gem, and last Saturday Frenchie and I certainly found one of them! … (13 comments)

Sticks n Sushi takes the crown! This is the best sushi in town!
Being Danish, I already knew Sticks n Sushi from the time I lived in Copenhagen! It was my favourite place to go for really good sushi and incredibly tasty sticks! So of course I was very pleased to find out, that the Sticks n Sushi founders Jens and Kim Rahbek and Thor Anderson had done the same as me - jumped on a plane and moved their concept to London! … (13 comments)

Luxury shopping with Afternoon Tea at Fortnum & Mason
There is a place in London, that is very special to me! I simply can not pass by this department store without entering - (and coming out hours later with loads of signature turquoise bags in my hands). This place is a must-see for visitors in London - and literarily left me speechless the first time Frenchie took me here. Welcome to Fortnum & Mason!… (15 comments)

The ultimate Thai food experience at Mango Tree Belgravia
I have always been a big fan of Thai food and luckily the Thai restaurant scene in London is quite a gem!  Whether you are after gap year standard green curries, street food or regional cuisine, it is available across the city, in smart restaurants, modest local joints and hip, buzzy spots. I recently had the pleasure of visiting one the most popular and award-winning Thai restaurants in London, Mango Tree Belgravia - and what a joy it was... … (16 comments)