Taking in a West End show when in town is a must and with so many new shows being performed this Spring, such as Tina: The Musical based on the life of the iconic Tina Turner and Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom, starring the 2002 Pop Idol winner Will Young, deciding what to see can almost be as difficult as deciding where to eat.
Irish stew, colcannon, beef and Guinness pie – they’re all great dishes, but dig a little deeper and you’ll find a new strand of creative Irish cuisine fuelled by artisan producers, innovative chefs, and world-class ingredients that are right on our doorstep.
Saudi food culture - and Arab as a whole - is a whole other world compared to the western. Segregated places for families (read: women), and non-families, fully-clothed dinners, and a million other traditions, laws and rules merged into a single meal.
London is a busy and international city, the heart of Europe and a place many expats call home. It is obvious, therefore, that many international cafés and restaurants pop up in the British capital catering to the unique tastes and delicious aromas of foreign cuisine.