A Wong

You’ll know of, or may have already been, to A Wong – the shiniest of only 2 gems in the otherwise…

Finding a balance 2: 32 GQ...

For all the chatter about new restaurants, I reckon, after quickly perusing the Hot Dinners site,…

The Shed, Kensington

Perhaps a good way of describing the Shed restaurant in Kensington, is that it is bit like Polpo for…

Min Jiang

I look at my reflection. I look tired. There are a couple of small whiteheads on my chin, some blackheads…

Manson

I really don’t ‘get’ ‘partially scripted reality tv’. I don’t get what ‘partially…

Cambio de Tercio

Cambio de Tercio is ‘one of those’. By that, I mean that it’s one of those restaurants…

The Admiral Codrington

This review is 80% about a burger. This is unusual for me. Unique, in fact. It’s not that I don’t like burgers, or that I haven’t eaten many

Ittenbari and Suzu –...

The best two week holiday I’ve ever had was a whistle stop trip round Japan. Straight up. Hands…

The River Café

If you read this blog to learn about the latest restaurant openings, or for recommendations of restaurants…

Racine

Anyone else watch Ratatouille on Christmas day? I love that film. In fact it’s probably in my top…

A vuelo of sherry bars

I think my favourite and most used useless fact is that the collective noun for gnu is an implausibility. An…

The Botanist

It’s easy to mock Chelsea for being Sloaney and posh. It is. But, secretly, it’s difficult…

The Dock Kitchen

A teeny white lie in my last post: I’d said I was going to the Dock Kitchen on Wednesday. I didn’t.…

Del’Aziz

I’ve walked past this cafe/bakery in Fulham a number of times and thought yum, those cakes…

Tendido Cuatro

Mum just told me that my posts are too wordy. It’s possible that she’s my only reader,…