Blue Elephant is synonymous for their Thai ingredient range available in supermarkets globally and cooking schools in various Thai cities. They also have highly acclaimed restaurants in some cities – like the one in Phuket that is located in the old governor’s mansion.
A beach restaurant that transports you to the sunny South American and Caribbean shores. Reputed exciting food with intriguing cocktails. What’s not to like? We had to go and check this out – cue a long lunch at Tamoka in Dubai.
I haven’t done a formal review for a while. There was that thing that happened recently. You know the one – it ground the food and travel industry to a halt. Anyways, I’ve been itching to start again and no better way than to take a seat at Gōst in Glasgow.
‘Intimate’, ‘family-run’ and ‘fine-dining’ are all words I would use to describe my dream restaurant if I were ever to open one. These are also words that repeat when reading about Talulla in Cambridge so it had to be somewhere that I had to dine. Red book and camera in hand, I was off to…
Masala Library, Mumbai
Mumbai is teaming with restaurants. Everything from street food stalls to lavish buffets. However, fine dining establishments are few and far between. So, when I learned about Masala Library, I had to experience it red notebook and camera in hand.
Dune, Fort Lauderdale
Dune is a new beachfront restaurant by Auberge Resorts Collection, which boasts a collection of highly acclaimed restaurants focussed on its Napa Valley roots. Fly For Foods, sat for dinner at Dune to see if it could live up to these high standards.
Cocina Hermanos Torres, Barcelona
It has been a long while since I wrote a full restaurant review and what better way to kick it off again than with a write up of the experience at Cocina Hermanos Torres in the beautiful city of Barcelona
Mozaic Restaurant, Bali
I love travelling to new places. The first time in each new place is usually a cause for celebration and there was no better place to celebrate my first time in Bali than at Mozaic Restaurant in Ubud, Bali. A beautiful setting where French gastronomy and Indonesian ingredients meet.
Ministry Of Crab, Colombo
I have been reading and hearing a lot about Ministry of Crab in Colombo. So, on a recent trip to Sri Lanka, it seemed only fitting to make a booking (well in advance) and head down, with my trusted notebook and camera in hand, to this celebration of the humble Sri Lankan crab.
1889 Enoteca, Brisbane
When in Rome, do as the Romans do except in Brisbane! On a recent trip down-under, instead of the usual steak and seafood joints that are often recommended, I was pointed in the direction of 1889 Enoteca, a Roman restaurant around the corner from Brisbane’s colosseum, the Gabba