Brew Dog, Sheffield

Brew Dog stood out along Devonshire street due to its dark, sleek exterior. The concept of a bar that only serves craft beer intrigued me as I am not a huge fan of beer, however I do enjoy the odd pale ale now and then. I believe it’s always good to try new things, so…

The Fighting Cocks, Kingston

Kingston is known, at least to me, as a neverland where people can pretend it is still the early 2000s and they are still skinny teenagers with jeans tight enough to make them need a doctor. Consequently, adored punky acts have been drawn there over the years, many of which The Fighting Cocks pub hosts…

Chipotle, Soho

I’d had a couple of Burrito’s in America from cool little markets that felt really hip to be in, but they didn’t impress me in terms of taste. Chipotle is what finally got me into the things, even though they are the most common chain in the whole of the States. Most food places I yearn…

Thakers, Hounslow

Tucked away on a side road in Hounslow sits Thakers, a vegetarian Indian street food place. The first thing that drew me there was just how modern it looks, and the food did not disappoint. I have gone for the Paneer Tikka Massala twice, the first time out of being afraid of the immense choice on display, and the…

Benito’s Hat, Soho

If you like Burritos at all, trying Benito’s Hat is essential. The Burrito itself must be the best I have ever had. It tastes like a classic Burrito, with a sauce that is a cut above the rest, with something in there (maybe spring onion) giving it a different sort of kick. The complimentary chips they give…