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March Favourite Restaurants

I’ve enjoyed a few special dinners over the last month!

Took my parents and sister to one of my fave new places, a one Michelin star Persian restaurant in Soho called Berenjak. To be honest, the best part of the meal is the Noon o Mazeh – the taftoon bread and black truffle oliveh are unbelievable but try as much as you can. If you’re in a big group, order everything and share!

Burro e Salvia
Casual restaurant in Shoreditch serving delicious fresh pasta. It has a really chilled vibe and probably only 20 covers so it feels super intimate. We arrived at 7 and had the table for the whole evening which was nice. There’s a tiny menu and everything on it was great. Would go back.

Cute high end Italian in South Ken. Food was tasty but a little expensive for what it was (I guess you pay for the decor, location and service). Good for a nice Instagrammable lunch with the girls but if you’re a real foodie then it wouldn’t be my top pick.

Lovely Spanish tapas restaurant in Victoria, perfect for a chilled pre-night out dinner. Paella was delicious but could have happily just had tapas (forgot to take pics!) Service was decent and it had a good vibe on a Saturday night.

Imad’s Syrian Kitchen
Been to this place a few times now and it’s definitely becoming one of my new go to lunch / dinner places. Again, sharing plates with a limited menu. The chicken was SO good and definitely suggest you order the garlic bread and cauliflower. Yummy.

La Bodega Negra
Had so much fun at this lively Mexican restaurant / bar in Soho. To be honest, we were mainly focused on the margaritas, but from what I remember, the food was good too. Great place for a big birthday with a large group of friends.

Madera at Treehouse
Pretty much tried everything on the breakfast menu at Madera now. Treated myself to the non-veggie full English and it was the best full English I’ve ever had. Definitely recommend.

Oh my goodness, SO delicious and the service was spot on too. ‘Serving the food of modern day Jerusalem. Influenced by the cultures of Southern Spain, North Africa & the Levant’. The food was all outstanding, particularly the bread and aubergine main dish. Again, order one of everything and share.


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