My Top Five Eats of 2015


I don’t do new year’s resolutions. Too many direct debit payments to gyms and an avalanche of newsletters from obscure and esoteric clubs I’ve signed up to in the first blush of a new year, tell their own cautionary tales.

I know now: Puppies aren’t just for Christmas and Resolutions aren’t just for New Year’s Eve.  So I just don’t make them. But I am keen on a backwards glance.  Taking stock of the year behind and wondering about the one ahead, is sort of good for the soul.

And I always love remembering my favorite bites of the year. So this year I’ve made a different sort of list. It’s made up of the sublime and the ridiculous. It covers both high end and low level noshing. In the next few days I’ll have a look forward to what sounds very exciting in the London foodie world, but in the meantime here’s a list that’s far more satisfying than my usual roll call of impossible self improvement tasks.

If you’ve eaten any of these wonderful morsels please feel free to let me know what you thought by leaving a comment below.

All the very best for this new and exciting year of 2016. Hope it’s full of fabulous things to eat!

In no particular order:

1.  The Scallop at Social Wine and Tapas

Social Wine and TapasRead my review here 

2. Celeriac Remoulade at Spring

Spring Restaurant_Remoulade

Read my review here 

3. Those Doughnuts at Modern Pantry

Modern Pantry Finsbury Park

Read my review here

4. Dahl at Darjeeling Express

Darjeeling Express

Read my review here.

5. Prawn Toast at Coba

Coba_Vietnamese

Read my review here.

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