Bustling and thriving on the relatively quiet denizen that is Charlotte Street, there lies a restaurant that oozes gastronomy and is saturated with people who look far too good and, worse, eat much too well. Continue reading Roka
Having heard many good things about Dishoom, my friend and I decided to drop by Covent Garden and try out the Bombay-cafe style Indian restaurant that had attracted long queues of diners for quite a while.
To celebrate GastroSoc’s end of term and to configure what magical plans we have in store for you, our members, in the next term, we wandered down Warren Street to meet in a quaint, blue-tinged café, better known to its patrons as Honey & Co.
To see off the end of term 1, we decided to invite our members on a trip to Street Feast, an indoor night food market at Dalston Yard in the vibrant area of Hoxton and Shoreditch.
Inspired by the night food markets of the Far East, the variety of street food from across the globe combined with the buzz of foodie excitement and live music, not to mention a wide selection of hot cocktails, made for an eclectic atmosphere.
Here are some features from our feast… Continue reading Street Feast at Hawker House