Tag Archive: restaurant reviews

Flying Solo: London’s best solo dining spots

I find the most satisfying meals I have these days are the impulsive, solo ones. I’ll be honest – I never appreciated the joys of solo dining in my younger days… always slightly… Continue reading

Frescobaldi Winemaker’s Dinner

The Frescobaldi family are one of Italy’s most renowned winemaking dynasties. Originating in Tuscany, their vigneron heritage has spanned 700 years and 30 generations. Word has it that they’ve supplied their wines to… Continue reading

The Crown at Bray: Proper pub grub at Heston Blumenthal’s old school boozer

Bray, as it turns out, isn’t all Michelin stars and haute cuisine. If you happen to be in the area and fancy something a little more humble than the 3-star delights at The Fat Duck… Continue reading

BohoMexica.

153 Commercial Street, Spitalfields | http://www.bohomexica.co.uk | ingested Sept 19th ’09 Judging from pre-lunch whispers of “…Burrito?” on the office floor and the relentless queue of addicts stretching along the pavement outside Chilango’s… Continue reading

TheModernPantry.

48 St. John’s Square | http://www.themodernpantry.co.uk | ingested 19th Sept 2009 I’m not one for big breakfasts or early mornings usually (unless I’m forced to of course). Frankly, I’m not sure which hero… Continue reading

La Creperie de Hampstead

77, Hampstead High St | http://www.hampsteadcreperie.com | ingested Sept 20th 2009 You’re probably thinking “why the long queue?” (…even the little JackRussell seems to be patiently waiting in line for his turn). However,… Continue reading

BrickHouse

| 152c Brick Lane, London | http://www.thebrickhouse.co.uk | ingested 11th Sep ’09 | Amidst the buzz emanating from Shoreditch’s vibrant bars and the shouts of Banglatown’s curry salesmen promising free Cobra on the… Continue reading

StartMeUp!

This collection of food reviews, ramblings, recipes and memoirs from other food cultures are the culmination of a long-standing ambition of mine to get into food writing and share my love for all… Continue reading