Ramen is so good, just so good! London is a surprisingly amazing city to get yourself a bowl of ramen, you’re spoiled for choice. Coming from Liverpool, which doesn’t have the biggest Japanese food scene, this was almost overwhelming.
But never fear, I’m here today to talk about three great ramen chains dotted all over the city.
B O N E D A D D I E S
Bone Daddies have gone for a traditional, izakaya-esque aesthetic. It works really bloody well, and feels much more Japanese than most other restaurants you’ll find around the capital.
The ramen selection is massive, those of you who love spicy food will be in for a treat as there’s a whole array of ramen spiced to the max. I had one of the hot ones, the heat didn’t overpower the flavour at all – good job Bone Daddies!
Welcome to the FINAL Stockholm post!
If you want to catch up on earlier posts click here
Stockholm’s famous ICEHOTEL houses the ICEBAR, which at the time of our visit (November 2016) contained a room formed of 35 tonnes of ice!
Welcome to Stockholm, and the first of my posts covering my amazing weekend in this incredible city.
Not to be confused with Koh Phan Gan island, Koh Phangan is a chain of two restaurants/bars operating in Stockholm, serving amazing Thai food and great drinks all in a wild neon fantasy.
We visited the Sodermalm restaurant, but there is another in Ostermalm.
The week before last I went to Oh Me Oh My, a restaurant on Water Street in Liverpool.
There’s an amazing roof garden terrace, so we naturally ate up there, even though it was a very overcast day and started raining while we were there.
STILL SO WORTH IT THOUGH.
Also I’m still getting used to using Calvin the camera, and most of my photos were overexposed (like the Maroon 5 album, yes) but these ones were salvageable! Sadly most of the pictures of the view were too awful. So you’re just gonna have to visit to see it for yourself!!
I also had an amazing burger, which they BBQ there!! On the roof! In the middle of a city!! Well, it’s kinda at the edge of the city. Isn’t it weird how in most cities, the city centre IS the centre, but with Liverpool, the city centre is where the city ends, as it’s on a river! Weird right?!
I feel like putting the word frolics into a title immediately makes it sound sexual. I just wanted an ‘f’ adjective to match the farm word.
Anyhoo, it’s been a while, and I’m sorry about that. Even though uni has ended, life hasn’t slowed down, it’s been a busy few weeks, I’ve been settling into a new job and have been working a lot, I moved out properly, I turned 20 and soon I should be starting an internship, so things are only going to get busier. I always thought uni would prepare me for the real world, but in fact it’s ruined me because working all day is hard guys, especially when you’re so used to having a day consisting of 2 hours of lectures and then doing a bit of work at home at my own leisure. And soon I’ll be working 6 days a week. That’s gonna kill me, but I need to stop letting my online life suffer because of it.
So last week, when my friend Keir and I both had a day off, we went to the Hollie’s farm shop in…well somewhere in Cheshire! This place is kinda near my college, which was in Northwich, but honestly, I have no clue where this place was. I didn’t leave near my college, so I’m not familiar with the area, but it seemed that everyone and their mother who went to my college worked in this place.
We went for breakfast, of course I ate it before I took a picture, but imagine a really good cooked breakfast.