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Complete Guide to Visiting Ghent, Belgium

Complete to Visiting Ghent, Belgium on Kavev Eats (Sightseeing, Food, Drink and Hotel)

This post contains affiliate links to booking.com. Where do you take a beer-lover who enjoys travelling for their birthday? A country with a strong beer tradition is a must. And preferably a city he’s not been to before, with plenty to see, do, eat and drink. Ghent (spelled Gent in local Flemish) is a charming, historical ... Read more »

Scarlett Green | An Aussie-Style All Day Cafe, Bar & Restaurant

Scarlett Green in Soho offers Aussie-inspired all day cafe bar and restaurant culture in the heart of London

Scarlett Green in Soho is the latest restaurant from the Daisy Green Collection. This all day café-restaurant-bar is inspired by the Aussie café culture popular in Melbourne and Sydney, and offers a globally-influenced menu in a laid-back, elegant space. The menu includes a selection of all-day brunch dishes, as well as single bites, small plates, ... Read more »

Cocktails & Small Plates at Viet Lounge, in London’s China Town

Viet Lounge in London's China Town, offers excellent cocktails and small plate Vietnamese dishes in a second floor bar above restaurant Viet Food.

Viet Lounge is the new offering from Jeff Tan’s Viet Food, a modern Vietnamese restaurant in China Town. Located on the top floor, above the two-storey restaurant, Viet Lounge offers delicious cocktails and small plate Vietnamese food in a bar setting.   The decor is dominated by beautiful Art Deco stained glass windows, throwing colourful ... Read more »

The Gilbert Scott by Marcus Wareing

The Gilbert Scott by Marcus Wareing, this restaurant in London's historical St Pancras, is handy for King's Cross station and offers a great value set menu

I love travelling by Eurostar! The London terminal is based at St. Pancras International, next door to King’s Cross station and as such, it’s easy to get to by train from outside London or London Underground within. For me, it’s just a short hop down the Northern Line, making it exceptionally convenient. It’s also so ... Read more »

All Day Japanese Dining in London | Machiya Restaurant

Wagyu Gyoza and Miso Aubergine at Machiya Japanese Restaurant in London, a review on Kavey Eats

Last year the people behind Kanada-Ya (ramen shops), opened a different style of Japanese restaurant, just two doors from their Piccadilly Circus branch of Kanada-ya. It’s a year since Machiya opened its doors, so I was way overdue for a visit to check out the menu. As per the popular trend in London restaurants, Machiya offers all day dining with separate breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. ... Read more »

Salvation In Noodles | Sinful Vietnamese Noodle Shack in Dalston, London

Bun Nem Nuong, a Vietnamese salad of cold noodles, salad and hot pork patties

This little Vietnamese noodle restaurant has been serving simple, tasty Vietnamese noodle dishes to Dalston residents (and anyone willing to travel) for nearly three years; indeed in the time it’s taken me to finally make my way there, founder Colin Tu has launched another Vietnamese restaurant, MAM, in Nottinghill and a second branch of Salvation ... Read more »

Hot Pot Restaurant in China Town | Steam Boat Chinese & Thai Style

Twin Broth Hot Pot and Ingredients from Overhead at Hot Pot Restaurant China Town London on Kavey Eats

As a child, I had a very multicultural upbringing when it came to food. Of course, there was the Indian food of my parents’ home country. And there were plenty of newly learned British classics from their adopted country. My mum also taught herself Italian, Greek, and other cuisines from cookery books. When we travelled ... Read more »

Flour & Grape | Phenomenal Pasta in Bermondsey

Fazzoletti pasta with spinach and ricotta at Flour and Grape Pasta Restaurant in Bermondsey, London

We Brits love our pasta! I don’t think it’s an understatement to say it’s become a staple in most homes, as a quick, versatile and delicious meal that’s usually very affordable to boot. So it’s a little surprising that there aren’t more specialist pasta restaurants – by which I mean restaurants focusing on fresh handmade ... Read more »