Tag Archive: halaloodie

Maximini, Sussex Place

This Jimmy Choo venture is a nicely hidden away restaurant amidst the hustle and bustle of nearby Marble Arch The food: Crispy King Prawn in Wasabi Sauce – this starter was really good, the… Continue reading

The Meat Co, Westfield Shepherds Bush

Formerly known as ‘The Meat & Wine Co’, The Meat Co has a worldwide reputation for serving some of the most expertly cooked prime cuts of steak. On one occasion I took the… Continue reading

Nabrasa, Uxbridge

After much hype about Brasilian Barbecue, I decided to take my family out for dinner. I’ve heard mixed feelings about this place and as the least carnivorous member of the SAS team, I… Continue reading

Kish, Kilburn

After burgers, burgers and some more burgers, it was time to go and enjoy something different (yet just as meaty) and what better than Persian cuisine! Known for big portions and reasonable prices,… Continue reading

Stax Diner, Carnaby Street

It’s no surprise that Stax Diner isn’t a place you choose to go if you’re counting the calories or have just recently promised yourself to cut down on the carbs. So bearing this… Continue reading

The Gourmet Hut, Whitechapel

Burger Connoisseurs or just another burger place? This place just opened recently and I can definitely see the potential of this place. It’s a neat and retro/vintaged burger joint with some decent burgers. Food… Continue reading

Royal Nawaab London, Perivale

Being a resident of south east London, this restaurant was somewhat of a mission to get to. Oh what lengths the S&S team go to, to provide you, our readers, with the most… Continue reading

The Urban Chocolatier, Whitechapel

Tucked in just off Whitechapel and Bricklane The Urban Chocolatier is another addition to the ever growing halaloodie specialist dessert destination. Like many others it has an extensive menu offering various mocktails, hot… Continue reading

Roti Chai, Oxford Street

A little bit of India hidden in the crazy hustle and bustle of central London. Indian street food with a pinch of sophistication. This place is neatly tucked away in the backstreet of… Continue reading

Italian Pizza Connection, Bayswater

We have come to learn, much to the outrage of many a Daily Mail reader, that popular chain Pizza Express have secretly been serving halal chicken. Prior to the leak of this apparent… Continue reading

La Goulette, Kilburn

“I’m just going to go and eat some Tunisian cuisine” is not something I’ve heard people say very often. So, when my friend suggested trying this small family run, Tunisian restaurant out, I… Continue reading

Moroccan Fish, Ladbroke Grove

Golborne Road is the hidden gem behind the hustle of Portobello Road, known amongst the Arabs as ‘Souq Al Maghariba’ (The Souq/Market of the Moroccans) because here you will find a little piece… Continue reading

Neon Burger, Dalston Junction

Neon burger… this place has created quite a bit of hype, mainly on Instagram! In the somewhat ‘beautiful’ depths of Hackney, lies a cute little burger joint. Hackney/Dalston/Stoke Newington are all upcoming food… Continue reading

Cinnamon Soho, Oxford Circus

Now I’m a sucker for afternoon tea, I mean who isn’t? I’ve got a huge list of afternoon tea experiences that I am slowly ploughing through, I just can’t get enough! I get through about 5… Continue reading

Shinwari, Ilford

I’m going to get straight to be point and tell you guys to get yourselves to this place…right now. I don’t know what it is about this place that I absolutely loved, but… Continue reading

The Crepe Shop, Whitechapel

The Crepe Shop, is a cute little eatery in the heart of Whitechapel. Obviously, they make Crepes and serve quite good coffee. It’s a small place but the decor gives it a real… Continue reading

Makan, Portobello Road

If you’ve ever been to Malaysia or Indonesia, then this place will take you back in an instant. From the decor and the way you order food to the actual food itself, you… Continue reading

Yalla Yalla, Soho

So, I was quite excited to check out this place, because there’s nothing more I love than picking at different foods. What better place to do this than at a Lebanese Street Food… Continue reading

Cocochan, James Street W1

Ahh Cocochan, you are truly a hidden gem. I have to admit, I’m not really a fan of sushi or any type of undercooked meat/fish! Cocochan is a pan-asian restaurant serving sushi, dim… Continue reading

Neds, Westbourne Grove

When I really fancy some noodles, this place comes to mind. It’s great if you want to takeaway or just fancy a quick easy bite to eat. The food is cooked fresh and… Continue reading

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