Everyone who knows me knows that I love food! I'm afraid I'm a member of that club of Asian food snappers – people who take a photo of their food before tucking in! Here's a quick whistlestop picture tour of some of the meals I had in London…

A Damien Hirst cow and chicken dominate the Tramshed restaurant, appropriately offering a choice of either roast chicken or steak…

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The famous roast chicken in all its glory…

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Good food and a girly catch up with my lovely dining chums Jenny and Yui from Asos

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Tramshed is at 32 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3LX (020 7749 0478).

Shrimpy's is inside a disused gas station but the interior is more laid back Californian chic…

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Their signature soft shell crab burger…

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I love the sweetness and sharpness of oranges in salads and this jicama (Mexican turnip) and orange salad was the perfect accompaniment to the burger.

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Shrimpy's is at The King's Cross Filling Station, Goods Way, London N1C 4UR (020 8880 6111).

Hubby surprised me with a dinner date at Seven Park Place by William Drabble – a hotel restaurant coveting 1 Michelin star and 4 AA Rosettes. Any restaurant that offers home made petit fours like this gets an extra star from me!

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My meal ended on a sweet note – I chose a madeleine cake, apple jelly and strawberry truffle to accompany my green tea…

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Seven Park Place by William Drabble is at 7-8 Park Place, St. James's, London SW1A 1LS (020 7316 1615).

Hawksmoor is a restaurant for meat lovers. It is famous for its steak.

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Mr brother took us to have a PROPER Sunday roast beef with all the trimmings…

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After all the Western food, I craved for a simple bowl of ramen. This chilled ramen sure is a good looking dish but it was far too salty – a case of style over substance. Trust me, save your ramen cravings for Asia!

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Bone Daddies Ramen is at 31 Peter St, Soho, London W1F 0AR.