I started off thinking this would be less of a story more of a mini opus condensing such a meal is not an easy task I’ve been thinking about this one for 2 weeks. Truth be told I’d been putting it off not knowing quite where to begin. Black and green those colours run through … Continue reading Restaurant Story, London.
With a glossy new film launched last week, currently you can’t move for Gatsby references. For those craving a slice of the roaring 20’s, Kaspars, the new seafood restaurant at the Savoy will fit the bill nicely ‘old sport’. There is a river view, but there are no brooding green lights blinking across the Thames here. An … Continue reading Kaspars, The Savoy, London,
I was always going to love this place – after all I’ve harboured a secret desire to own my own beagle dog for years now. His name will be Double and is something of minor obsession in our house. But you don’t need to know any of that and so sorry, back to this place… … Continue reading Beagle, Hoxton, London.
This is a throwaway statement but, for reasons far too complex to go into the majority of decent restaurants in South Wales, lie in and around Abergavenny. It is a glorious part of the world, and a welcome break for those wishing to escape the city. Yet I would guess it’s still a tough place to … Continue reading The Hardwick Abergavenny, Wales.
Jason Atherton’s, empire continues to expand this month seeing both the opening of the Social Eating House and his new informal place Little Social on Pollen St opposite the mother Ship. For those who announce the death of French food need look to London where a host of French style bistros/ brasserie’s open with a … Continue reading Little Social, Pollen St, London.
Given the volume of PATPF in the house, word is clearly out. This is a serious ramen joint. Some may ask why its taken London so long? The truth is whilst Wagamama’s maybe a bit passé now, they were churning this stuff out in the 90’s. We have Alan Yau’s original to thank for the ‘shared tables noodle … Continue reading Bone Daddies, Soho, London.
The Quality Chop House (QCH) is one of those institutions that could have slipped away unnoticed. Though its been around since 1869, it had fallen on variable times in recent years. There was a minor resurgence in the 90’s with the Guardian down the road, and whose journos came to hold affection for its utilitarian aesthetic. … Continue reading The Quality Chop House, Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, London.