There is nothing better than good food after a bike ride. For the last six years I have been cycling and eating all over the world. From grilled snakes in Cambodia to wild pigs in France. With this menu you can discover all my pedal powered adventures. Explore & Enjoy
Another year and it's another journey for The Hungry Cyclist. In the last few years my bicycle has taken me to some wild places, but this time my eating and cycling escapades are taking place a little closer to home.
Living in one of the world's greatest cities it would be a sin to ignore the bounty of food London has to offer as I continue mypedal powered quest for the perfect meal and after a happy Christmas playing board games, I can think of no better way to a take on my self-funded gastronomic cycling tour of London than using her famous Monoply Board as my guide.
From the busteling East End and the Old Kent Roadto the grandeur of Mayfair and Regents Street, via Kings Cross and a visit to Jail, I may not have to pedal very far from my "Go!" in sunny Tooting, South London, but I have no doubt some wonderful culinary adventures await me.
But I cant do it alone! If I am going to unearth the most interesting food in the capital I need your help. I want you to tell me where to ride my bike to find the perfect meal. It might be your mums cooking, it might be your office canteen, it could be your local curry house. Either way, if its on the Monopoly Board, tell me about it and Im on my way.
Or for the brave few out there, why not come and join me! I can pick you up on my tandem and you can find out first hand how much fun cycling in search of good food can be!