It has been a while since I have written a review – a combination of a fascinating but challenging new role at work coupled with a busy home life. However my recent visit to Clarette roused me out of my writing slumber and I left itching to share
I am a devotee of Angela Hartnett and some of my most enduring food memories are of memorable meals at her restaurants. The Chef’s table at the Connaught over fifteen years ago stands out; as do casual Sunday lunches at the York and Albany and many
The term “gastro-pub” is much over used and often under delivers. Not so in the case of The Truscott Arms, the independently owned pub in Maida Vale. I was introduced to The Truscott Arms by the lovely Lucy, my partner in crime on many a gastronomic
I regularly walk past the site that is the just opened Bernardi’s and am delighted that a butterfly has emerged from the chrysalis that has been under construction for several months. Perched on the corner of Seymour Street and Seymour Place, this is
There is nothing more delightful than a good neighbourhood restaurant and I am fortunate to be a stone’s throw away from Twist at Crawford. I have to warn you that this review will be saturated with superlatives as I have been raving about the food
Pre-theatre supper can be a bit ‘hit and miss’ as eating with one eye on the clock is never a good idea.
I was very busy at work so was delighted when my husband offered to book somewhere for a quick bite before going to see the wonderful Felicity
I am a huge fan of the talented and seemingly unstoppable Jason Atherton. I have had many great meals at Pollen Street Social, Little Social and my favourite Berners Tavern - be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner! I was fortunate to meet Jason at a charity
For one of London’s hottest new openings, read Nuzy Sayani’s review of Salt and Honey
“Life is a flower of which love is the honey” Victor Hugo.
The opening of Salt and Honey, sister restaurant of the much acclaimed Manuka Honey in Fulham,