China Club – Hong Kong – It’s Proper Posh

Sir David Tang opened China Club Hong Kong on 30th June 1991 and it’s located on the top three floors of the old Bank of China Building in Central Hong Kong. It has strong luxury design cues from from the bygone era of the 1930’s to…

Hibiscus – the final farewell – TTFN

I managed to dine at the 2 Michelin Star Hibiscus before it closed for good on the 1st of October 2016 after nine years in operation. Rumour has it that the restaurant cashed in due to the ever-rising Mayfair rental prices and Chef Claude Bosi is…

Pollen Street Social – Review (Mayfair) I finally made it here

Jason Atherton the chef-owner of Michelin-starred Pollen Street Social was the former chef-patron of the one-Michelin-starred Maze and Maze Grill of big sweary Ramsey Holdings before he set off on his pursuit of world dominance. He was also the first British chef to complete a stage at…

The Dairy – Review Take two (Clapham)

I first dined in The Dairy in the summer of 2015 and I wasn’t disappointed – this time I’m with my siblings celebrating my little sis’s birthday during a dry spring evening in April. (My original review can be seen here). The format has remained constant with their…

Shackfuyu – Review (Soho) Pop-up turns permanent

The Asian food craze seems to be going from strength to strength with countless bao outlets, pop-ups, ramen joints, dumpling shacks, Korean BBQ’s, Asian inspired street food stalls and much more popping up all over the place. It’s really on the curve at the moment…

Le Gavroche – Review (Mayfair) It’s an institution

Le Gavroche first opened in 1967 by Michel Roux Snr and Albert Roux originally at 61 Lower Sloane Street until 1981 when they moved to 43 Upper Brook Street of Mayfair, delivering classical French fare with modern influences. They were awarded their first Michelin Star in 1974,…