Tredwells – Review (London) Marcus Wareing does it casual

Tredwell’s is Marcus Wareing’s casual eatery which opened in September 2014 in the heart of Theatre Land (Seven Dials, Covent Garden), adding to Gilbert Scott in St Pancreas and the fabulous Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley. The restaurant is named after the butler in Agatha Christie’s 1929 play “The…

Barrafina – Review (Drury Lane London)

The owners of the fabulous trio of Barrafina’s, Eton-educated Sam and Eddie Hart are behind what many will argue the best tapas restaurants in the Capital, serving à la carte plates, led by executive chef Nieves Barragàn Mohacho, who is of course, influenced by being raised…

Opera Tavern – Review (Covent Garden London)

Opera Tavern  is a stunning two-storey restaurant and bar situated in the heart of theatre land brought to us by the same team from Salt Yard and Dahesa. (Husband and wife Simon and Sanja Morris-Mullins). Formally an old London boozer that’s been transformed into something quite…

Flesh and Buns – Review (London Covent Garden)

After hearing that hirata buns were the headline I couldn’t wait to get down to the Flesh & Buns basement in Covent Garden. This is the second chapter from chef Ross Shonhan, more famously known for Bone Daddies ramen bar rubbing shoulders with likes of…