Sejal has lived in or near Golders Green all her life â€“ except for 3 years at the University of Wolverhampton, which made her appreciate London all the more. As an enthusiastic food writer who doesnâ€™t eat meat or fish, sheâ€™s tasted her way around smart London restaurantsâ€™ vegetarian menus. She loves the Maltby Street Market, the food shops of Soho and Notting Hill, and unusual ingredients from around the world that you can buy everywhere from Peckham to Green Lanes. Also a lover of the arts, sheâ€™s frequently found at Sadlerâ€™s Wells, Covent Garden Opera House, National Theatre and the BFI. She thinks thereâ€™s nothing more magical than walking along the South Bank amid the trees with twinkling fairy lights when the sun is setting, just like in a movie.
Latest posts by Sejal Sukhadwala
Modern Greek diner in Marylebone.
Healthy fast food and salads in Kings Cross
Cheeses and meats with 'bespoke gourmet garnishes' in Kensington ...
Once-iconic south Indian vegetarian has lost its way.
Food and beer for veggies, vegans and the v-curious.
South African meats on Finchley Road
Traditional family-run Eritrean in Westbourne Park.
Where to pick fresh fruit and veg near the capital.