Food halls, sometimes also known as food courts are common in Asia. Modern, clean and spacious, they can be found in shopping malls, local markets or independently on their own. Unlike restaurants and cafes on the high street, these are stalls offering a variety of food found under one roof.
Of all the wondrous sights to visit in London, The British Library is hardly top of anyone’s list unless you’re a true bibliophile. With that disclaimer out of the way, I must admit that the British Library is possibly one of the most impressive libraries anyone could visit ever. Not just because of its heft […]
Borrowing the name of the street it is on – Panton Street, Panton Yokocho is Japanese for Panton Alleyway. In Japan, Yokochos are narrow streets packed with small eateries, dive bars and izakaya. They offer some of the best food and drinks while staying hidden and off the high street. In Japan, you have to […]
Situated at the iconic Battersea Power Station, Megan’s at the Power Station is right by the water. Voted as one of the most romantic restaurants in London, it boasts bar area, cosy benches, round and long tables with abundance of macrame, indoor plants and fairy-lit booths and an outdoor seating. But most importantly, it is […]