Posted in Farringdon Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Italian Open Kitchen Steak

Macellaio – Double muscling beef..

Macellaio RC Italian for “butcher”, is founded by Roberto Costa; he first opened in South Kensington in October 2012, before…

Posted in Cocktails Covent Garden Dress to impress Formal Good for dates Good for Groups Modern British Modern European Open Kitchen Posh Nosh Restaurant Graveyard

Henrietta Hotel – Ollie Woz Ere

I first dined Ollie Dabbous’s self named Dabbous back in October 2013 and was easily blown away by the goodness….

Posted in City Cocktails Craft beer/ales Good for Groups Informal Open Kitchen Steak

Blacklock City – This one isn’t an ex-brothel

Blacklock Soho has a broad-shouldered reputation for serving-up blisteringly delicious plates of chops and steaks that once moo’d, baa’d or…

Posted in 1 Michelin Star Bookings only Clapham Dress to impress Formal Gastronoughts Good for dates Good for Groups Modern British Open Kitchen Posh Nosh South of the River Wine pairing

Trinity – Revisited – this time they’ve got a star

After a 3 year respite, a lot has happened since my last visit to Trinity Restaurant. I’ve gained new employment,…

Posted in Alfresco Dining Brunch City City Breakfast Counter Dining Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Open Kitchen Spain Tapas

Jose Pizarro – Broadgate – the price might make you flinch

José Pizarro is originally from Cáceres, a city in western Spain’s Extremadura region. He came to in London in 2000,…

Posted in Bistro Gastronoughts Good for dates Informal Modern British Open Kitchen Wine Bar

Emile – Shoreditch – Simply hewn goodness

Well what can I tell you about Emile? It’s Chef Damian Clisby and Nick Gibson’s 6 month residency in the…

Posted in Bao Counter Dining Fitzrovia Informal Open Kitchen

Bao Fitzrovia – Revisited – fondness and delight

I’ve shouted about Bao Fitzrovia countless times before with great fondness and delight as they’ve been good to me for…

Posted in Brunch Cocktails Coffee Counter Dining Fusion Good for dates Good for Groups Informal London Bridge Open Kitchen

Caravan Bankside – Review – coffee roasters with an international larder…

What drew me to Caravan was hearing about its huge reputation for being the Antipodean coffee roasters with an international…

Posted in Cheap Eats Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Japanese Noodles North of the River Open Kitchen Sushi

Bento Cafe – Camden – Does it taste good?

I was first introduced to Bento Cafe around 15 years ago by an old flame who got my taste in…

Posted in Counter Dining Covent Garden Good for dates Informal No bookings Open Kitchen

The Barbary Review – Some of London’s Greatest Eating Pleasures

The Barbary is neatly placed in the quaintly cobbled Neal’s Yard. It’s the sister outpost of the much lauded Palomar, which…