Foodie Stuff

Welcome to my food and restaurant section!

I have been sharing my reviews of restaurants around London and the Midlands since 2012. Restaurants range from up and coming new offerings, to established eateries. As a self confessed food lover, what better than to blog about some exciting restaurants! Whether it is Thai green curry, chilli paneer, gambas pil pil or fish and chips… I love it all! If you would like me to sample the gastronomic delights your restaurant, email me at and we’ll talk!

Read my features here:


The Rum Kitchen (Notting Hill & Soho)

Eat Soul Food (Borough Market)

Spanish/South American/Mexican

Mas Q Menos (Soho)

Tienda London (Parsons Green)

Senor Ceviche (Soho)

Hombre’s Mexican Kitchen (Rayners Lane)


MemSaab (Nottingham)

Chai Ki (Canary Wharf)

Dhaba Lane (Shoreditch)

Saravana Bhavan (Rayners Lane)

Salt ‘n’ Pepper (Soho)

Delhi Brasserie (Tottenham Court Road)

Tamatanga (Cornerhouse, Nottingham)

La Porte Des Indes (Marble Arch)

Bengal Tiger (St Pauls / Blackfriars)

Moti Mahal (Covent Garden/Holborn)

High Chai at Cinnamon Soho

The Curry Lounge (Nottingham) (PDF)


Seven Simply Sourdough Pizza (Harrow)

Chloe Afternoon Tea – (Mandarin Oriental) (Knightsbridge)

The Jones Family Project (Shoreditch)

Apres (Bond Street)

The Wild Food Cafe (Neals Yard, Covent Garden)

The Strand Dining Rooms (Charing Cross/Strand)

The Gate (Hammersmith)


Eaton Square (Belgravia)

Lazeez Tapas (Bond Street)

Randa Restaurant (High Street Kensington/Notting Hill)


Bibimbap – Korean Restaurant (Near Goodge Street)

Ping Pong (Wembley Retail Outlet)


The Gate (Hammersmith)

The Wild Food Cafe (Neals Yard, Covent Garden)


Cookery Class at La Porte Des Indes

La Porte Des Indes Cookery Class – Page 1

La Porte Des Indes Cookery Class – Page 2



If you are interested in me coming to review your restaurant please email me at


Thanks for reading!


Priya Mulji

*All opinions offered are honest, my own and in no way influenced by the said restaurant. Reviews are a combination of unannounced visits (paid for by myself) and those where I am invited as a guest by the restaurant or their PR. 

*All pictures used within the reviews are taken by me, my dining companions or provided by the restaurants


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