Fine Dining · South African · Steak

The Meat Co

The Meat Co., formally known as The Meat and Wine Company, is an internationally renowed Steakhouse brand, with its first UK branch situated in the urber chic Southern Terrace at Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherds Bush. It was founded by South African restauranteurs Costa Tomazos and Bradley Michael, who originally established FoodFund International in 2000,… Continue reading The Meat Co

American · Burgers · Steak

Big Moe’s Diner

  The first American diner opened in 1872, originally as a pre-fabricated fast food restaurant, evolving over the decades to become more sleeker and retro. With its evolution over the years, it revolutionised American dining culture. In the non-halal market arena, the popularity for American diner restaurants in London has seen significant growth, but for… Continue reading Big Moe’s Diner

Smokehouse · Southern Barbeque

Meat and Shake – Ealing

Meat and Shake were at the forefront of the gourmet burger revolution, which hit the Capital a few years ago, with their innovative approach to halal gourmet burgers. Since then the halal culinary landscape has developed significantly, with the gourmet burger market fast becoming saturated. Meat and Shake, ever the innovators, have ventured South and have… Continue reading Meat and Shake – Ealing

Lebanese · Middle Eastern

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas aims to provide a taste of Beirut in the heart of trendy London, and you can’t get trendier than being neighbours with Selfridges. The Lebanese culture, when it comes to food is designed for sharing, and Lazeez (which means tasty in Arabic) emulates this social characteristic by offering small tapas dishes in… Continue reading Lazeez Lebanese Tapas


Bangkok Lounge

Bangkok Lounge in Harpenden, a small Village like town situated between St Albans and Luton, serves traditional and authentic Thai food. The interior is intimately small, emulating a touch of Thailand with carved wood panelling, gold embellished buddhas and classic Thai artefacts adorning its walls. The menu is extensive, thus making a decision on what you want… Continue reading Bangkok Lounge

American · Breakfast · Fast Food · Healthy


Chicago, in the year 1971, a small shop called Hindsight, which featured a variety of antiques, including an old cast iron potbelly stove, was opened by Peter Hastings. The young entrepreneur augmented his antiques livelihood by selling submarine sandwiches that were toasted on the aforementioned potbelly stove. News spread and the quirky little outlet slowly turned into a lunchtime hotspot,… Continue reading Potbelly

Chinese · Fine Dining · Fusion · Indochinese

Imperial Lounge and Restaurant

Much to our delight, Imperial Lounge was a serendipitous encounter. Located in Croydon, it is set within the site of London’s first major airport. The name Imperial Lounge was derived from Imperial Airways, which was the first international airline to fly from London to India. With the site’s rich history, Imperial Lounge offers contemporary Indo-Chinese cuisine… Continue reading Imperial Lounge and Restaurant

Burgers · Italian · Latin American · Moroccan · Steak

3 Bros

3 Bros is a multi-cuisine halal restaurant based in Putney. When we heard the name 3 Bros we immediately thought it would be a fast food style eatery. On arrival, however, we were pleasantly surprised. The interior exudes Parisian chic, transporting the diner to a fashionable European bistro style eatery. The walls of the establishment are decorated with… Continue reading 3 Bros



Mini Review: Pardis Resturant in Connaught Village near Hyde park is a Persian restaurant. The establishment is split over two floors with a heated garden to the rear. However, the seating area on the ground floor is small and narrow and by no means family friendly, especially if you have a push chair. We ordered the… Continue reading Pardis