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…

Dinerama – the 3rd child of Streetfeast

Dinerama the 2 floored trifecta from street food blazers Street Feast first opens back in June 2015 but goes into a brief hiatus after a dodgy kitchen appliance sets the place alight just a few weeks after opening. However, this doesn’t stop a strong bounce-back as during my…

Cafe Murano – Review (St James’s Street) Northern Italian fare shines

Cafe Murano of St James’s is Angela Hartnett’s second solo venture which opened on the 13th of November 2013 with the aim of creating affordable, authentic Northern Italian fare. The exclusively Italian 100-bin wine list will guarantee enough swill to please any palate as well as having…

Signor Sassi – Review (Knightsbridge) You can’t beat the classics

Signor Sassi is a London institution that has been around since 1984 and from 2007 the ownership belonged to the San Carlo Group. It ruffles up the sort of Italian food that ‘Mama’ used to make, comforting, simple, classic, wholesome and above all pretty damn tasty. Format…

Bocca Di Lupo – Review (London Soho)

Bocca Di Lupo started trading in November 2008 by Jakob Kenedy and Victor Hugo, as a family run regional Italian trattoria. Of recent times I have pointed people here via positive word of mouth but it stifles me as to why I haven’t glutonized myself…