Orangerey at Kew – Roast Chicken for lunch

The Orangery is a lovely building and a great setting for a café. It is an 18th Century Grade I listed building built in 1761 and is certainly very grand. It was just a shame that it was overrun with tourists just like myself all scrambling around getting some overpriced sandwiches and stuff for lunch….

Maria’s at Borough Market – Nice bit of Breakfast Action

Marias Market Cabin should be your first port of call at Borough market if you are looking for your standard English Breakfast. Operating out of a portacabin trailer right in the heart of the action, you could be forgiven for walking on by blinded by the ‘fancier’ food on offer, but you would be making…

Kerb at Kings Cross – Tasting the amazing Patate Burgers

Kerb at Kings Cross has grown so much since my first visit back in 2013 when we found Spit and Roast on a rainy day. Today though in the sunshine we were spoilt for choice with at least 8 different vendors offering up a fantastic range of international street food, something for all tastes. Greek,…

Tribeca Tavern in Cary, Very Good Burgers in the Triangle

Tribeca Tavern in Cary sells itself on serving Handcrafted Burgers and Homegrown beers. This is of course music to my ears, so I was delighted when Mike from In The Moment Running suggested that we pay this place a visit on a Friday to get a beer and a burger and take in a little bit…

Taipei 101 in Cary – Some Tasty, Spicy and Authentic Chinese Food

Taipei 101 in Cary is an auspicious looking place, tucked away in the parking lot on the main drag you would be forgiven if you walked on by, however that would be a mistake. This place with it’s simple sign states that it serves ‘Authentic Chinese Cuisine” and judging by the number of members of…