Thursday, 19 May 2016

Lifestyle // Japanese Dinner and Drinks at Yumi Izakaya

If I'm choosing where to go out for dinner, nine times out of 10 I'll pick Asian cuisine - it's just so delicious and there's always something for everyone. I also have a very low attention span, so the really like Japanese food as often you get to eat lots of little delicious treats, rather than one large dish. I was recently invited to come down to Yumi Izakaya*, a new Japanese restaurant in Soho to sample the best of their sharing dishes and cocktails. BRING IT ON!

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Yumi Izakaya's menu is fairly small and simple, which is great for indecisive peeps like me, but there's still enough choice that there's something for all appetites and tastes, with a selection of small sharing plates, larger dishes and a selection of chicken skewers and bacon wrapped treats on offer. YAS! They also have a mean cocktail menu and they were more than happy to create some tasty mocktails for my friend Rachelle too.

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We kick started our meal with a plate of edamame beans with soy, mirin and salt as I sipped a smooth and rich French Martini and Rach enjoyed a specially made non alcoholic cocktail based on a Gin Bramble, after saying she fancied something refreshing and not too fruity. All the staff were so friendly and we were really impressed with how happy they were to accommodate our needs and create something special for us. The bar tender was obviously really passionate about mixology and seemed as thrilled as Rachelle that he'd whipped up a bespoke drink she liked so much. I also later had a Gin Bramble which was amazing - so refreshing and just strong enough to have a kick but with the flavour of the blackberry shining through to take the edge off.

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We then shared a selection of small plates which were just as tasty as our drinks! The Chilli Fried Cauliflower was amazing - covered in a chilli, yuzu and gochujang marinade which was so flavoursome as well as being spicy. The citrus flavour of the yuzu really lifted the heat of the chilli and gochujang and the cauliflower was fried raw so it had an amazing crunchy texture. I literally could have eaten about five more plates full!

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We also had some Braised Aubergine which was INCREDIBLE! Cooked in sake, mirin and soy it was so savoury with wonderful layers of flavour. The aubergine was cooked perfectly - nice and firm, not at all mushy. YUM!

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Our final vegetarian small plate was Sweetcorn Tempura which were sweetcorn fritters seasoned with salt and chilli. YUM! These were so flavoursome and I think were my overall favourite - they were SO MOREISH!

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I'm a huge fan of dumplings and could eat them for pretty much every single meal! The Pork and Ginger Tsukimi were lovely - very fresh tasting and a really good size for popping into your mouth whole! (Haha anyone else find dim sum tricky to eat if it needs a few bites?!)

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We were then treated to a platter of chicken skewers - Breast, Thigh, Liver and Heart. Neither Rachelle or I are massive fans of offal and had never tried heart before but were feeling very brave! It wasn't my favourite - the texture was a little too chewy for me, and a little voice kept screaming HEART HEART HEART in my head which was a bit of a turn off! I definitely didn't like the liver, as again I was very aware that I was eating a teeny tiny chicken organ and the texture was very mushy which isn't to my taste, but the thigh and breast were very tasty.

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We were also given some lovely little chicken wings seasoned with salt and traditional Japanese spice mix shichimi, and a chicken meatball served with a raw egg and tare dipping sauce, which were nice but not quite as special as the vegetable dishes.

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We were also bought out a Larger Dish - the Okonomiyaki Osaka Style (a thick Japanese pancake, with cabbage, eggs, pancetta and Okonomiyaki Sauce) I really enjoyed this as it had such a depth of textures to it, and tasted so fresh. It was also very filling and you could totally have one of these as a main meal on its own.

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Feeling like I was going to burst, I had a glass of Rihaku Dreamy Cloud Sake to finish off my meal, which I loved (and how cool is that name?!) I'd never tried it before as always assumed it was extremely strong and alcoholic with a bitter taste (a bit like drinking straight whisky!) I was blown away however to find that although pretty alcoholic, it was super suppable and actually quite sweet. I could have drunk about 5 glasses! Yumi Izakaya has several different sakes on their menu so I definitely want to make my way through them next time I go back!

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We had such a lovely evening at Yumi Izakaya. The staff were all so friendly and passionate about the food - and rightly so, it was amazing! I would definitely go for all the vegetarian small dishes again, which is so rare for me - I usually always choose a meat dish. They were just so tasty and filling and were definitely the most flavoursome items on the menu. The drinks were also incredible and I think this would be a really fun place to go for after work drinks and nibbles if you're not feeling a whole dinner. Thanks for having us guys, we'll definitely be back again soon!


Where are your favourite Japanese restaurants in London?


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*Thanks so much to Yumi Izakaya for inviting us to come and dine for free. All thoughts are honest and my own. For more information please see my Disclaimer Page.

Monday, 16 May 2016

Favourites // April 2016

Bloody hell April dragged on didn't it?! I feel like any month with five weekends before payday is a long old stretch so I was very thankful when May rolled around! I also spent the whole month looking forward to two holidays in May - a week in Chicago (which I've just come back from - INCREDIBLE - more on that to come) and a girls weekend at Centre Parcs - wahoo! Despite counting down the days, I had a really fun April, with bridesmaid dress shopping and hen do planning for my best friend's wedding in December, being asked to be another best friend's bridesmaid for next year and celebrating lots of friends birthdays! Busy times! I may or may not have also done lots of shopping for my holidays....! However I had time to find lots of new favourites, including three new beauty bits, an awesome crime thriller book, the cutest sunglasses case and some tasty treats.... 

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Seventeen Skin Wow Concealer

My first favourite is the Seventeen Skin Wow Concealer which launched at the beginning of the month as a low cost dupe for YSL Touche Eclat (just £4.99!). I adore Seventeen make up as its one of the few brands I trust that (*touch wood*) I won't be allergic to. It's also always great quality and super affordable. It took me so long to get my mitts on the Skin Wow Concealer as it was sold out online and in every Boots store I went into bar one. I'm so glad I did though as I'm in love with it and have been using it every day! I can't wait for the initial hype to die down so I can mass order some more! I really like the gold packaging and it's so easy to apply - just click the end, draw it on and blend. It's super brightening so perfect for under my eyes though I still use my Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer for covering blemishes as it gives more coverage. 

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Green People Scent-Free Hydrating Calming Serum & Scent-Free Light Day Moisturiser

My other beauty faves are the Green People Scent-Free Hydrating Calming Serum* and Scent-Free Light Day Moisturiser*. I reviewed these fully a few weeks ago so head over to that to have an in depth read, but basically they've both really helped my skin stay soft and hydrated. As the name suggests, they're scent free and don't contain any SLS or parabens so are really kind to my sensitive, eczema prone skin. I'm absolutely obsessed with Green People's products and can't recommend them enough.

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New Balance 620 Black Micro Trainers

Fashion faves now and the first thing I've been loving are my new New Balance 620 Black Micro Trainers. Since moving back in with my parents, my commute now includes 3 miles of walking a day, so I definitely needed a pair of comfortable and supportive shoes to walk in and I love how these black ones look. I think they're super stylish and manage not to make my feet look huge like most trainers do, as well as feeling really light weight and comfy to walk in. 

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H&M Pineapple Print Sunglasses Case

One of the things I picked up for my holiday is this adorable black and white pineapple print sunglasses case from H&M. I included my new Quay Australia My Girl sunglasses in my March Favourites and I still absolutely adore them and wanted a more sturdy and structured case to keep them in than the soft pouch they came with, particularly for throwing in my hand luggage on my trip to America. I love the shabby chic design of these and the fact that they're still pretty compact but offer a hard layer at the front to protect the lenses of the glasses. £5.99 well spent!

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The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith

My cousin had recommended I read crime thriller The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling's pseudonym) ages ago and I finally got round to it in April, after downloading the audiobook from Audible. It tells the story of war veteran turned private detective Cormoran Strike, who is approached by a wealthy lawyer to investigate the death of his sister, socialite and model Lula Landry. Whilst the police are convinced that Lula, suffering from depression, jumped from the balcony of her luxury London apartment, Strike and his assistant Robin delve deeper and find that lawyer John's belief that there is something more sinister behind the death could well be true. I really enjoyed The Cuckoos Calling and it made my commute whizz by! I was guessing right until the very end as to what had happened to Lula and I loved the characters involved. Excitingly it's the first of a three book series involving Cormoran Strike so I'm very excited to listen to the rest of the trilogy too.

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Eat Natural Dark Chocolate with Cranberries and Macadamias 

Ready for a food fave? I am OBSESSED with these Dark Chocolate, Cranberry and Macadamia Eat Natural Bars. Sweet mother of pearl they are DELICIOUS! They're also not too bad for you - win win! Despite not being the lowest calorie snacks around, they are made of good natural ingredients so are much healthier than your average chocolate bar. They're also super filling so I usually have the smaller bars, but my dad has become hooked on them too and prefers these bigger bars which was all I could find to photograph! (Someone must have eaten all the little ones *cough cough*)

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Fifth Harmony - Work From Home

My final April Favourite is Fifth Harmony's Work From Home. I LOVE THIS SONG! It's such a good one to listen to on my walk to work, 'cos, let's face it, you don't wanna go to work work work work work work but you gotta go to work work work work work work. It may not be lyrical genius but it sure does get me moving!

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That's it for April Faves! This post is up slightly later than normal as I've just got back from my trip to Chicago which will - spoiler - definitely be top of my May Favourites because it was AMAZING!!! See what else makes the cut in a few weeks.


What were your favourites last month?


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Friday, 13 May 2016

Lifestyle // Jersey Royal Potato Party with Jimmy Doherty

You can probably tell from once glance at me that I'm a girl who likes a potato or 12! Roasted, mashed, chipped - you've got the spud, I've got the love! So you can imagine my delight when I was invited along to a four course dinner party to celebrate the British institution that is the Jersey Royal potato! (Cue Hilary Duff singing "This is what dreaaaaams are made of") Throw in a dozen other bloggers and Jimmy Doherty (of Jimmy's Farm fame) and you've got one hell of a night!

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On arrival I was presented with a beautiful gin and tonic which not only was made from Jersey gin which is infused with potato (my two faves brought together in very holy matrimony) but also came garnished with two teeny tiny Jersey Royal potatoes on a stick. Yes oh yes I was in for a good night! I was also kindly given more of these tiny little carbolicious bites (or chats as they are officially know) as canapés complete with a trio of dipping sauces - chimichuri, pesto and sour cream and chive. I would never have thought to serve mini Jersey Royals as a canapé but my word it worked - really fresh and delicious and also actually quite light - just the right balance between limbering up my stomach for a right old feast, whilst still leaving me hankering for more food. Whilst shovelling tiny 'tatoes into my mouth I also had a lovely chat with John, who told me all about Jersey in general and the background of Jersey Royal potatoes, and the important role they play in the British food industry.

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We then headed downstairs ready for the "potato orgy" as Jimmy called it! COME ON CARBOCIDE! For our starter we were served a Jersey Royal and Spring Vegetable Frittata with pea shoot and mint salad. It was absolutely delicious and I could have devoured a slice twice as big! Everything tasted so fresh, and as if it had literally come straight out the soil and on to my plate (with a good wash, season and cook in between, obvs!) Turns out this wasn't far off, as Jersey Royal seeds are planted in January, harvested 12 weeks later and delivered to shops within 48 hours of being hand plucked from the ground! Doesn't get much fresher than that!

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I'd eaten rather a lot of potato by this point (all those little chats soon add up) so had to deploy my second stomach ready for the main course - Jersey Royal potato and sausage pasty, served with halloumi and vegetable skewers and EVEN MORE Jersey Royal potatoes. Lucky for me, my second stomach is always on standby! Fun fact - the food I like more than any other food is sausages. And sausages mixed with potato and encased in a flaky, buttery pastry was very very special indeed. The Jersey Royals which had tucked themselves up with the sausages were lovely and soft and gave a lot of substance to the dish, whilst the ones served simply on the side with a good knob of butter were incredible. They were really soft and almost sweet which I think was a reflection on just how fresh they were. This was a very hearty dish overall so I think if I were to recreate it at home (and I'm gonna!) it would definitely be served in its own right and not following a potatotastic starter and canapés.

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Whilst I started to feel like I might actually burst and terribly embarrass myself in front of Jimmy From Jimmy's Farm, a giant platter of Jersey cheeses appeared on the table. Oh me oh my! Potato, sausage and cheese - I'm not sure what I'd done to deserve such magnificence! Throwing caution to the wind (sorry if I burst Jimmy, but cheese really must be chowed) I got stuck in! Purely in the name of writing this review, of course! Everything was incredible and so rich. Jersey is famous for its deliciously creamy milk and it seems it's cheese is no different! Fun fact 2: Did you know that to be called Jersey milk, the milk must be squeezed from a Jersey cow that is actually bred in Jersey? We were also plied with buttery, crumbly Jersey sea salt fudge which quite honestly I could have eaten a bucket load off - SOOOO GOOOODDD!!!

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I had such a great evening learning more about Jersey produce and Jersey itself (it's now firmly on my Wanderlust list) It was lovely to hear Jimmy, John and the team talk so passionately about the food they grow and love - it's made me think much more about the origins of what I eat and the care and attention farmers give their produce before it turns up in the supermarket. I also really enjoyed sampling Jersey Royals served in so many incredible ways! It's definitely encouraged me to think outside the potato box and see spuds as much more than just an accompaniment to a meal and actually as a main component of the meal and dish itself. Thanks so much for having me guys!

What's your favourite potato dish?


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Friday, 29 April 2016

Fashion // Spring 2016 Wishlist

Well Spring has finally started to spring here in London (ignoring this week's snow flurries of course!) The sun is slowly but surely starting to elbow the rain clouds out the way and make an appearance. Hurrah! With new weather comes new wardrobe wants so I thought I'd share a few of the pieces I'm lusting after right now.

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Bomber jackets are the thing to be wearing at the moment. Initially horrified at the idea (I used to wear one as my school coat in the 90's) I've fallen in love with their relaxed look and way they can be dressed up or down. I love the suedette finish of this New Look one as it adds a touch of glamour to the style and the black colour and relaxed shape means it will go with everything.

I adore sandal season and am so happy when it's finally time to get my tootsies back out! My doctor recently told me off for wearing totally flat shoes so I am on the hunt for footwear with at least a slight heel. These tan and black leather cross strap sandals are really classic and will go with everything and I love that they don't have a toe post, to prevent blisters and flip flop burn! The worst! They have a tiny heel and also a special Ortholite sole which promises to be comfortable and flexible which makes these perfect for walking around the city in - either on an adventure or on my way to work.

I've recently bought the Quay Australia My Girl sunglasses and am so impressed by them. They're mega comfy, really well made and great quality for the price. They have so many amazing styles and next on my To Buy list are these stunning nude and pink mirrored ones - swoon!

I blogged a while ago about my stunning new cream and gold personalised bespoke bangle from Whistle + Bango - I love it! They also do a stunning mint green and silver combination which is perfect for Spring. Don't forget you can 10% off Whistle+Bango with the code EMSYPICKLE10.

Back packs are still so fashionable and they're really practical for spring / summer for stashing your water bottle, little jackets, sunglasses and umbrella (the sun maybe out for now but who knows in London when the rain - or snow - will make an appearance again) I really like the structured style of this one with several discrete compartments to keep everything neat and tidy and stop it just falling into the middle of the bag in a mess.


Hale Bob Multi Print Cold Shoulder Dress - £255

How stunning is this dress by Hale Bob UK*?! I love the casual floaty t-shirt style and the antique tile pattern. It's perfect for laid back city style, festo fabulous and would make the perfect beach cover up too. So versatile.

So there you go - my spring lust list! 

What are you hankering after at the moment? 


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Thursday, 28 April 2016

Beauty // Green People Scent-Free Light Day Moisturiser & Scent-Free Hydrating Calming Serum

I have been meaning to blog about Green People for the longest time as they are one of my all time favourite brands! I have very sensitive eczema prone skin, particularly on my face, and have to be really careful about what products I use. Most high streets brands are an absolute no-no (I'm even allergic to Simple, and had a horrific reaction to Garnier once) but Green People has done wonders for my skin. All their products are completely SLS and paraben free and they even have a Scent-Free range which is perfect for delicate flowers like myself! I've been using their Scent-Free products for a while and they really have revolutionised my skin care routine, so I was very excited to hear they were adding more to the collection. Green People very kindly sent me a couple of their new products to try out - the Scent-Free Light Day Moisturiser* and Scent-Free Hydrating Calming Serum*, and I've got to tell you - they're incredible!

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I have never used a serum before as, due to my sensitive skin, I've literally used the bare minimum on my face to avoid the potential of an adverse reaction (#SensitiveSkinProbs) I have always heard the benefits of a serum however so am thrilled that a brand I trust and have only had positive experiences from now has one for me to try! The Green People Scent-Free Hydrating Calming Serum contains extracts of Everlasting Flower, Green Algae and Irish Moss (can't get more natural than that!) and promises to hydrate, calm and firm my skin (perfect for me - having just turned 30 I need all the help fighting saggy wrinkles that I can get!) 

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Green People recommend applying the serum to freshly cleansed skin using light tapping motions which I've been doing day and night. Despite being quite a wet gel like consistency, the serum absorbs so quickly into my skin and makes it feel instantly hydrated and plumped. It provides a lovely base for me to then add on the Green People Light Day Moisturiser and then my make up. Being quite a lazy girl who would go for an extra 10 minutes in bed over adding an extra step into her morning routine, I was sure I would become a bit bored of using the serum and jump straight it to moisturising but my face feels so much better when I have used it - I haven't gone a day without it! Because it absorbs so quickly it also doesn't add much time to my morning routine either - perfect. The only thing I'm not keen on with the serum is the smell. It's not unpleasant but does smell quite woody (from its natural ingredients - not artificially added perfumes - this is the Scent-Free range after all!) which can be a bit much first thing in the morning. This is definitely something I've got use to over time of using the product though and barely notice it now.

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I've been applying the new Scent-Free Light Day Moisturiser each morning after the Hydrating Calming Serum and it is literally  incredible. The Light Day Moisturiser has transformed my dry skin and adds an instant boost of hydration. Like the serum, it is immediately absorbed, doesn't leave any greasy residue and leaves my skin feeling light, silky and refreshed, without feeling weighed down or clogged. I do wish it included SPF protection however so I always have a light layer of sun block to help keep my skin safe from harmful rays.

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I'm so happy with the new additions to the Scent-Free range and they have both become firm favourites and absolute staples in my skincare routine. Both the Hydrating Calming Serum and the Light Day Moisturiser come in handy 50ml tubes with simple, chic white and grey packaging. Each comes with a pump applicator which is really convenient, hygienic and let's you control how much product you use. I just wish they came in larger 200ml sizes too so I can have a big bottle of each for use at home and keep the 50mls for taking on my travels. The Hydrating Calming Serum is £17.50 and the Light Day Moisturiser is £16.50, which I think is a fantastic price considering the quality of the products and fact they include all organic and natural ingredients. Green People also frequently have discount codes available too so follow them on Twitter to keep your eyes peeled for these! 


Have you tried any of Green People's products before?

Let me know if you'd like me to write about their other Scent-Free products I have in my collection or about my sensitive skin routine / journey in general 


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*Thanks so much to Green People for inviting me to try out these lovely Scent-Free products. All thoughts are honest and my own. For more information please see my Disclaimer Page.
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