Posted in Clapham Cocktails Informal Pop-up South of the River Thai

Farang (Pop-up locations) – Review – Thai Street Food

Chef Seb Holmes’s (try saying that fast 20 times!) Thai cooking credentials started at Peckham’s stalwart The Begging Bowl. He joined…

Posted in Bistro Clapham Cocktails Craft beer/ales Informal Modern British Modern European Open Kitchen South of the River Tasting Menu

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…

Posted in Cocktails Counter Dining Craft beer/ales Informal Modern European North of the River Open Kitchen Seafood

Galley – Review (Islington) Brother and sister team throw out the rod

Oriona Robb together with her sibling Marcel Grzyb, the former head chef of 10 years at Soho institution Randall and…

Posted in Chinese Dim Sum Informal South of the River Suburbia

Imperial China – Review (Teddington) Dim Sum in the suburbs

Guilty as charged, I’m in the burbs again in Teddington which is also known as the arse-end of no-town for…

Posted in Cheap Eats Informal Korean South of the River

Palace – Review (New Malden – Little Korea) My Korean adventure continues

I’m creeping South of the River again for my Korean fix, but seriously there’s no better place for it than…

Posted in Bistro Brasserie Burgers Cocktails Informal Jason Atherton Mayfair

Little Social – Review (Mayfair) A Social a way of life

In 2013 Jason Atherton was an extremely busy man opening two new ventures – the Little Social on March the 18th…

Posted in Curry East End Indian Informal No bookings Spitalfields

Gunpowder – Review (Spitalfields) My 3 visits – the chops are king

I’m not sure about everyone else, but when I think about curry (*British word sigh*) in the East End, my…

Posted in Informal Italian South of the River Suburbia

Barbaracca – Review (Godalming, Surrey) Does local Italian fare get the thumbs up?

Barbaracca first opened on the 15th of September 2015, replacing the defunct fine dining favourite, La Luna which had been…

Posted in Barbeque City Cocktails Craft beer/ales Informal Open Kitchen Smoked meats

Pitt Cue – Review (Liverpool St) From trailer to meaty mantra – road tested 3 times

Pitt Cue’s humble beginnings commenced during the summer of 2011, along the South Bank, serving US influenced BBQ from their trailer….

Posted in City Cocktails Informal Middle Eastern

Kenza – Review (City) Middle Eastern for the City boys & girls

Kenza meaning treasure in ‘Arabic’ has been around for a while now, 6th of September 2007 was when owner Tony Kitous…