Posts By: Samirah Baurtally

Review: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Afternoon Tea at The Gore

I love an afternoon tea so when me and my friend Hannah had the chance to check out one of the hottest afternoon teas around in London, we knew we had to get booked in.
A short walk from either Gloucester Road or South Kensington, sits The Gore Hotel. With its already vibrant flair, The Gore Hotel has always had a very special connection with Rock & Roll. Read more…

Review: A taste of Turin at Savure

I’m a massive fan of Italian food, especially when it comes to freshly made pasta after having had my first taste of the good stuff in Turin 14 years ago. With so many good Italian restaurants across London, it is impossible to try them all, so after hearing good things about Savure from colleagues and reading about an artisan pasta lab that creates fresh homemade pasta daily, I was sold. Read more…

Review: Not Your Average Afternoon Tea at Barbecoa

Afternoon tea has long been a popular pastime in Britain, but no longer does a few sarnies and a scone cut the mustard. Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa has just introduced their own twist on the classic afternoon tea so I was keen to try it out. My Instagram profile is testament to my love of afternoon tea, so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to get a few more snaps. Read more…

Review: Fresh Organic Pizzas at Radio Alice

Pizza is one of the world’s most popular foods, and rightly so. I always find that there is something impressive about this delicious staple – you can be as adventurous with the toppings as you like and it never fails to impress.
Pizza started with 3 basic ingredients – a crispy thin base, layers of a rich tomato sauce and melted mozzarella on top. Read more…