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Minn’s Munchtime

Welcome to Minn’s Munchtime!
Here I share my favourite finds for on-the-go musicians and hungry audiences. I love travelling so can be found in restaurants around the UK and the world! Whether you’re searching for quick fresh lunches, pre-performance meals or those important post-concert drinks, hopefully you’ll find foodie inspiration on my blog.
Happy Munchtime!

  • As promised, here is it is! It took me a while to organise my thoughts and memories of Uzbekistan, t...

  • I am so excited for the next few posts as I’m going to give you the low down on my......

  • With just over twenty four hours in Amsterdam, we decided to keep hotel location easy. A short hop a...

  • Continuing on our Amsterdam food quest, Mr Munch and I made our way to the Negen Straatjes neighbour...

  • Whether you work in an artistic industry or not, we’ve all experienced that awe and inspiratio...

  • As this was Mr Munch’s first trip to NYC, we thought it would be fun to stay near Times Square...

  • The Little Viet Kitchen has been on my radar for quite some time now. I follow chef and owner Thuy.....

  • Welcome back to part two of my NYC adventure! Today we’re talking all things dinner and drinks...

  • I thought I’d collate some new favourites from my Springtime New York trip. Today I’ll t...

  • Today’s post is a special one, my first experience of Nasi Kerabu. It’s a traditional Ma...

  • It’s rare that I go back to eat at the same restaurant on consecutive days but today’s s...

  • Argentina has long been renowned for its delicious steaks. I remember watching John Torode’s e...

  • This is one for the carnivorous amongst us 🥩When you think of American food, steaks and barbecued me...

  • Today’s subject is a household name but not everyone know about its cafés located on the top f...

  • Now I’m really giving away family secrets. Phoenix Palace has been a Majoe family fave for yea...

  • Every now and then it’s good to treat yourself, which is how I came to be scoffing a well fill...

  • It’s been a while since I’ve been in Camden so when I was researching lunch options on m...

  • With the name Wulf & Lamb, I was expecting a steak or hearty lamb stew kind of restaurant. Howev...

  • Bold Street is like a food safety net, you can be sure to find something tasty whatever your mood! T...

  • Those of you who’ve been following my blog for a while will know I love curries. This weekend ...

  • If you’ve read my Kiev foodie post from a few weeks ago, you’ll know that I’ve rec...

  • I love walking around cities, getting a feel for them through their buildings and history. London is...

  • This Christmas I was pleasantly surprised to receive seven cook books from my family. I’m not ...

  • Opening restaurants is a labour of love, much like any start up business. Sambal Shiok’s story...

  • Welcome back to the second part of my Kiev posts! If you’re joining at this one, don’t f...

  • When you tell people you’re going on holiday to Ukraine, they tend to look very quizzical. We ...

  • Happy Christmas Eve! We are in the midst of party season and what better time to have a proper get.....

  • Some of you may know that Mr Munch and I have a massive photo of a curry in our living......

  • I always enjoy visiting Newcastle. It’s a beautiful city with friendly people and I’d lo...

  • Every once in a while it’s nice to go somewhere a little bit special on your dinner break. It&...

  • As you know I am a massive fan of Japanese food. Fortunately doing this blog provides me with ample ...

  • Lanzarote, Lanza-grotty. That’s the image I had in my mind, your worst Brits abroad beached in...

  • I can be quite lazy at dinnertime when I’m at the Phil. Despite it being a mere ten minute wal...

  • Brunch on a free weekday is such a treat. 1) You can have a lie in, 2) it won’t be......

  • Bread. The symbol of life in many cultures, and central to our daily routine. Except we’ve hit...

  • Following on from last week’s post, I thought I’d include a Malaysian chicken curry reci...

  • As I’m writing this, part of me is saying ‘why are you telling people about this place, ...

  • I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to write about a curry. Almost everyone has thei...

  • I love touring, but the idea of crossing London to get to Heathrow for a 6am check in is not......

  • I was lucky enough to make my first visit to Amsterdam last week. It’s a perfect city break lo...

  • Whenever I’m in the Kings Cross area, there’s always something new being developed. On t...

  • This Summer a number of new centres have opened in central London, aiming to give you a taste of Jap...

  • Greenwich is full of quirky, cool independent businesses, ideal for browsing when your rehearsal fin...

  • Since starting my Munchtime blog I’m often on a mission when it gets to the lunch break, zoomi...

  • South Kensington is one of London’s cultural centres and, as an old RCM Junior Department stud...

  • If I had to choose one cuisine to eat for a year, Korean would be a strong contender. My favourite.....

  • How incredible is the summer heat this year?! Mr Munch and I have turned to the genii at Dyson for.....

  • Festival season is upon us! With this comes a plethora of food stalls tempting you into the sun-dren...

  • The most worthwhile places to spend your time and money are often local businesses run by enthusiast...

  • Welcome back to the second part of my Tokyo Travel series! As I mentioned in last week’s post,...

  • In the past few years tours to Japan have become more and more frequent. Judging by packed concert h...

  • During a recent stint at Sadler’s Wells I passed by Niche everyday. Their enticing photos of sausage...

  • I wouldn’t be surprised if you’ve totally bypassed Sasa Sushi on a road full of restaurants an...

  • It can be hard choosing where to take my grandparents for dinner. Particularly when you’re in charge...

  • Though I love researching new and intriguing places to eat for Munchtime, I relish those times when ...

  • Nothing perks people up like the promise of cake in a rehearsal break! That and a cup of tea (or......

  • It’s no secret that sushi is one of my favourite foods. More often than not it’s my takeaway m...

  • First off, let’s get over the punnery of We Don’t Give a Fork’s name 😅 It might sound like a g...

  • Everyone loves a sugary treat once in a while! So when I came across Romeo’s on the way to Angel......

  • The most common reaction to telling people about my Easter break to Tallinn was ‘This might be reall...

  • When I started Minn’s Munchtime, I didn’t expect to spend much time writing about breakfast spots fo...

  • You might not think of Leeds as a burgeoning gastronomic city. However don’t be underestimating it! ...

  • It was an unusual Monday morning – turning up at Gatwick to surprise my partner’s parents on their b...

  • Travelling North during the Siberian snow storm might have been a foolhardy decision. In reality I l...

  • We all know and love Southbank Centre’s weekend food market, but it’s always good to have options! S...

  •   Weekend rehearsals often call for a pub meal to wind down and pretend you’ve had two days off...

  • I’ve often passed by the flaming torches flanking the entrance to Maroush. While they give me Lord o...

  • Touring is an integral part of freelance musical life, so I thought I’d take Munchtime on the road a...

  • Waterloo isn’t exactly lacking in watering holes. For a start you have all the high street options i...

  • As a regular to the Elephant & Castle area, I was surprised that Mercato Metropolitano already e...

  • It’s not everyday you’re greeted by a red samurai with giant gold horns reading book and nursing a b...

  • Finding good food ASAP is one of a musician’s most pressing concerns post rehearsal. They say the ke...

  •   Hello! Welcome to my new website! I’m excited to include a blog on here, where I will p...