Which dining testimonials can you trust?

Cook Sister

Cook Sister was featured in the Times Online as one of the 50 good cuisine blogs in the world. It is home to a few of the most detailed dining reviews to be found online. The author occasionally reviews the same establishment multiple times if she has visited more than once. Everything from the selection to the staff, the design to the beverages is covered, so if you feel stuck for someplace to eat at for lunch or supper this weekend, then check out this blog– it covers all variety of cuisine serving each and every budget plan.

Peter Prahl

Peter Prahl is a twenty-something-ish lifestyle blogger originally from Stockholm and living and working in London, UK. Peter is a huge fanatic of the street food initiative sweeping London and can usually be observed browsing Borough and Camden Markets searching for covert gems from a distant land. Food shouldn’t be about pretence and service, it should be about creativity and credibility and the love which goes into its cooking.

Eat Like a Girl

Eat like a Girl combines the best of food and travel blog sites, while exploring the life of an Irish ex-pat living in London. The majority of the cuisine featured on the site are her own and are inspired by her love of travel, her favorite places and individuals she has befriended in the process. My favorite section of this site is the “Posh Lunch Club,” where she rates several lunch selections around the United Kingdom, sampling tasty-looking nosh including soft polenta and parmesan, chargrilled monkfish with anchovy and rosemary sauce as well as a DIY rhubarb G&T! She prescribes cooking classes (which she facilitates herself) and contests which viewers can enter and win food lover rewards.

The passionate cook

London-based Austrian blog writer Johanna is a whirlwind at cooking (and with a camera, it would seem). The library of sensational cuisine accompanied by useful anecdotes and distinct photos is every aspiring cook’s dream. Recent dishes include scallop ceviche with avocado and mango, and a gorgeous chimichurri sauce.

Cheese and Biscuits

The writer of successful London cuisine blog site Cheese and Biscuits was called one of the capital’s “Most Influential Londoners” by the London Evening Standard and called as a leading 5 “Food Bloggers Restaurants Should Fear” by Esquire magazine. He covers everything from junk food, to fine dining, gastro pub grub to urban cuisine. Click to his blog if you are trying to find dinner motivation on a budget — he just may have the solution and this individual does not skip a thing.