Molé Taco Bar – revisited

I was that enamoured by Molé Taco Bar during my July visit, it made me come back twice on my own steam with friends in tow. It’s rare that this happens especially in a dining diary which is full of new places to try to satisfy that…

Dumplings Legend – Review (Chinatown)

Since I was a kid I Chinatown was the mecca for authentic Cantonese cuisine, it was notoriously good for your niche Chinese groceries too and still is. In the past few years or so though it’s become a baffling experience, as soon as you find…

Santo Remedio – Mexicana in hipster land – where has it gone?

Santo Remedio comes to Shoredtich’s Rivington St in March of this year bringing a blend of modern and street food fare to hipsterville. It’s a colourful two-floored 45 seater opened by the former Head of Menu Innovation at Wahaca – Edson Diaz-Fuentes and his wife. The…

Gastro Day – Bao Fitzrovia, Tombo and Okan – a day of food

From a 6 seat market shack to a roaring success in Soho and now a 3rd instalment in Fitzrovia, whatever next hey? I’ve visited their Soho restaurant just the once and although the food was delicious, (I get why it’s so popular) I couldn’t see…

Ember Yard – Review (Soho) My first and most recent visits

The Ember Yard is the fourth instalment from the Salt Yard Group and my second voyage in conquering all of their restaurants after staying loyal to the Opera Tavern . (Oh the duplicity kills me!). They opened on the 2nd of December 2013 in the heart of Soho focussing…