Nobu Restaurant Review- Atlantis, The Palm Dubai

I’ve heard so much about the Atlantis hotel on the palm in Dubai, so my husband and I thought if we dined there we can see part of it, therefore we had made reservations at Nobu. As we were slightly early we sat at the sake lounge, which was dimed light and a huge bar…

Burj Al Arab Afternoon Tea Review, Jumeriah Dubai

One of the ways to see the 7 star rated hotel in Dubai without spending over £1000 per night, is by booking the Burj Al Arab afternoon tea package either at the skyview bar or at the Sahn Eddar which is what my husband booked. On arrival to the hotel you somewhat feel very exclusive,…

Shang Palace Restaurant Review, Shangri-La Hotel Dubai

On a recent trip to Dubai, booked by the concierge of our hotel, we headed for some Chinese cuisine at the Shang Palace restaurant in the Shangri-La hotel. On arrival we headed towards the restaurant within the hotel which is tucked into the mezzanine floor of the Shangri-La hotel.  Once greeted at the reception we…

Crazy Bear Restaurant Review, London

We ended 2015 by celebrating Xmas eve as a double date at the Crazy Bear Restaurant in Fitzrovia. And we were not disappointed. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by a lovely welcome and guided to our table. Crazy Bear in Fitzrovia is a plush restaurant, dark interior and lighting cushioned seating areas…

Choccywoccydoodah Cafe Review, London

One place that myself and my girly mates have been meaning to visit is the Choccywoccydoodah cafe.  So that is exactly what we did on a Saturday girly day out we went to go see what the fuss was about. Choccywoccydoodah is a specialist cake shop and cafe, with branches in Brighton as well as…

Trishna Restaurant Review, London

Another double date and this time I booked a table at the Michelin starred Trishna Restaurant in Marylebone. Trishna is a hidden away restaurant and the sister restaurant of Gymkhana. On arrival the restaurant is small, very narrow with little walking space however it was still busy, we were then guided to our table which…

Sarastro Restaurant Review, London

One of the restaurants I can now tick off my list is Sarastro, where I recently dined at for a lovely girly night out situated in Drury Lane. Before entering Sarastro you will be amazed about how quirky the restaurant is, starting with lots of plants/greenery outside. The inside is very interesting with a theatrical…

Hutong Restaurant Review, London

For my husband’s birthday this year I made an advance booking at the Hutong Restaurant in the Shard.  Hutong is on the 32nd floor of the shard, so on arrival you are guided to the lift to make your journey up to the restaurant. On arrival we met with the receptionist, and as we were…

Zuma Restaurant Review, London

Since being married, all social events have been with other people, so my husband decided to take me out for dinner, but I had no clue on the chosen restaurant until we arrived at Zuma. Zuma is a Japanese restaurant based in Knightsbridge and my husband is a huge fan of Japanese food, whereas I…

Banana Tree Restaurant Review, Watford

Girly nights are always fun! So before heading out to the theatre in Watford, we decided to book a table at the Banana Tree. On arriving it was empty, so we were sceptical about dining here, but we were not disappointed. Banana Tree has a very industrial look and feel to the restaurant with wooden…

Thai Silk Restaurant Review, Southwark

Work lunches can get a tad boring, but when a group lunch is organised it’s always fun to try something different, so we ended up at Thai Silk. Thai Silk is located just near Southwark Station, just next door to the EV restaurant. On arrival, the restaurant is dark, with red décor and wooden tables…

GOGO Waterfront Restaurant Review, Windsor

Love, love finding new places to eat, so my Fiance treated me to a spot of lunch at the GOGO Waterfront Restaurant in Windsor for a belated birthday treat. He had booked in advance, which is worth doing as weekends seem busy especially if the weather is nice. On arrival to GOGO we loved the outside…