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…


The famous roast chicken in all its glory…


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


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…



Their signature soft shell crab burger…


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.


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!


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


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.


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


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!


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