Sticks’n’Sushi, London

This might not be a very well known fact. Scandinavia has a huge raw fish obsession. No seriously, you must have heard or seen the word roll-mops? Pickled Herring we call it. Actually no, we call it Inlagd Sill in Swedish hahahah. I know I know, sounds...erm... interesting? It's part of my heritage and in... Continue Reading →

Harwood Arms Pub in London

As a Swede in England there are many things that I've come to love about this great country. One of those things is the Sunday roast tradition. Some people cook a massive family Sunday roast every week. Others go out and try a different pub each week. Others go to their local pub and socialise... Continue Reading →

Aquavit in London

Aquavit I feel is one of those hidden gems. A Michelin star restaurant originally founded in New York's midtown Manhattan in 1987. Yep, it's old hahahaha According to their own website even after two decades it 'continues to be one of New York’s most popular and highly esteemed dining destinations' and the New York restaurant... Continue Reading →

The Duck & Waffle in London

Have you ever wanted to have a bite to eat with a beautiful view? Well then I suggest you head to the Duck & Waffle in London. It's on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower and is within easy walking distance of Liverpool Street Station. The building itself stands at 230 metres and is... Continue Reading →

NAC Mayfair in London

North Audley Canteen in Mayfair - NAC - is one of those restaurants that feels off the beaten track but is in fact only about a 6 minute stroll from Selfridges (I double checked the time on Apple Maps lol) This is one of my favourite neighbourhood feel restaurants. Its not touristy and it doesn't... Continue Reading →

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