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  • British 1

    Review: Geales posh fish and chips

    Fish and chips is a national symbol. The reason I say so is because everybody has their own personal experience of it. If you ask someone where their favourite chippie is, you’ll get this long gaze (like he’s going down memory lane), with a lowered voice, they go ‘i know this place…’. You can tell from their facial expressions how much they enjoy it.  The story usually ...

    On September 7, 2008 / By
  • just food 6

    Food stories make me smile

    What is your favourite meal? Doesnt have to be proper, just something that puts a smile on your face. Can you think of it? Let me give you a hand. Take a deep breath. ...

    On September 7, 2008 / By
  • Chinese 4

    Review: Royal China, dim sum fit for royalty?

    Royal china is a popular destination for those wanting to experience proper dim sum in London. Located just round the corner from queensway tube station, one could also manage a brisk walk through hyde park,weather permitting of course. a brief history of sunday breakfast, chinese style  For the uninitiated, dim sum is a specific chinese cuisine which is usually served in the mornings till lunchtime in ...

    On September 4, 2008 / By
  • My musings 0

    I’m taking down the scaffolding, foodblog startup entry #3

    Fear not, londoneater.com is alive and well, I’ve not abandoned my beloved project (yet). You’ll be glad to know I’ve been hard at work putting together all the elements of this site. For the fortunate few who have been visiting lately, you will have noticed several changes. The logo has been rehashed a few times, the widgets shuffled about, pages added, then deleted, and ...

    On September 2, 2008 / By
  • British 4

    Review: Breakfast at Balans West

    I‘ve lived in london for six years and eaten some great stuff. But when it came time to start writing my first review, I didn’t know where to begin. And so, I do what I usually do when I’m in full contemplation – I have breakfast at Balans. ...

    On August 23, 2008 / By
  • My musings 1

    Starting a FoodBlog Step 2: Adding new widgets

    I just dugg myself. If all works well, then you should see the digg me button above, and to make sure it really works, you can digg me. Shameless publicity stunt to gain popularity, I do try. Right now, I’m in the process of adding some bells and whistles to the site. I think I’ve settled on the combination of colours. Have spent ...

    On August 23, 2008 / By
  • My musings 0

    Starting a FoodBlog Step 1: Uhh..step what?

    This will be the first in a series of non-food related entries. You might (or might not) be interested in following a fledgling blogger starting out. Ok, so..where do I begin. I love food. Check. I want to write about food. Check. I got WordPress running. Check. Hmm, so where do I go from here? I cannot help but feel a little lost like ...

    On August 22, 2008 / By
  • My musings 5

    The First Post: about London eater

    Image by mckaysavage. Willkommen. Vidza Koram. Yo. Chetorochak. Selamat Datang. Huan Ying. Maliu Mai. Emukela. Bienvenue. Alii. Bem-vindo.   You’ve arrived at londoneater.com – where a foodlover living in London (me) writes about his favourite subject. First of all, thank you for visiting, feel free to look around and leave some comments.   Having spent many years as a serial blog reader, ...

    On August 20, 2008 / By