I’m not a huge fan of Chinese cuisine, so my main prerogative for venturing into Chinatown are the cocktail bars. One in particular, in fact. Hidden away so as not to be obvious at first glance, Opium Cocktail & Dim
I became familiar with the ‘Social’ restaurants about a year ago, after a super luxe lunch at Pollen Street Social. So when Social Eating House opened it’s doors in Soho last year, with a hot-tipped speakeasy upstairs, I got excited.
My discovery of Wilton’s Music Hall was certainly accidental. I spend a lot of time in the Tower Hamlets area, and I thought I knew it pretty well. Until one day I was walking past the usual housing blocks and
Dishoom isn’t such a secret anymore. I first started raving about it a few years ago, just after the Covent Garden restaurant opened. I took countless people there, for dinner and for breakfast, and each and every one was impressed,
Sweidsh sweet shop SugarSin boldly states that its Covent Garden shop is the place “where grey clouds turn into rainbows”, and I can vouch for this, since I can’t even be within half a kilometre of the place without making
Last summer, Mr Fogg’s arrived in Mayfair with a bang. A recreation of the home of Jules Verne’s most famous adventurer, Phileas Fogg, this eccentric cocktail-serving gem is the first West End venue from public school boys Charlie Gilkes and
So far this blog has centred far too much on the bank-breaking, luxury that London has to offer – and I’d be fooling you if you thought that was how I dined on a regular basis! So – back down
Word on the street was that the Holborn Dining Room was open for previews last Tuesday, and all food and drink was going to be 50% off. You can imagine how quickly I made my way there as soon as