Caribbean · Jamaican

Rudie’s

Once in a while you encounter a restaurant that not only redefines your preconceptions but also reignites that burning passion to be a food bon vivant; and Rudie’s is one such restaurant. The evolution of the halal food landscape has offered Muslim diners the opportunity to finally enjoy a myriad of cuisines in elegant surroundings that were once a… Continue reading Rudie’s

Afternoon Tea

BB Bakery Bus Tour with Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea, a time-honoured British tradition has seen its popularity rise significantly in recent years, with London boasting an endless number of places now offering afternoon tea. To say any one afternoon tea in London is the same, would be an understatement as its popularity has led to countless unique and innovative variations, catering for all tastes… Continue reading BB Bakery Bus Tour with Afternoon Tea

American · Breakfast · Fast Food · Healthy

Potbelly

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

Sri Lankan

Hoppers

Hoppers Restaurant is the third South Indian restaurant of Karam, Jyoti and Sunaina Sethi, who are behind the Michelin rated Gymkhana and Trishna. Hoppers have confirmed that only the chicken and lamb is halal. Hoppers offers rustic street food inspired by the roadside shacks of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka, with the Hopper, which is… Continue reading Hoppers