Uni Belgravia – #Nikkei near Victoria

Uni - Yellowfin Tiraditos

Delicious Japanese Nikkei Dishes at Uni, Belgravia: Having raved about the food at Chotto Matte, it would have been churlish to turn down an invitation to visit Uni (which is apparently Japanese for Sea Urchin), in the heart of Belgravia, another restaurant offering Nikkei cuisine (Japanese/Peruvian fusion dishes).   I suspect the pretty wood sculptures […]

Drama and Delights – Afternoon Tea – Ampersand Hotel

Ampersand science Afternoon tea with dry ice

Ampersand Hotel – Science Afternoon Tea I suspect I am nothing more than a big kid at heart.  Revisiting the Ampersand Hotel for afternoon tea recently with friend and Theatre specialist Natalie York, we both looked at the menu – and despite the thirty year gap both decided that we should order the ‘Science Afternoon […]

The Brasserie – Guoman Tower Hotel Review

The Tower at Night

Blogger Reunion at the Guoman Tower Hotel: The last time I reviewed the Brasserie at the Tower Hotel was the opening of the Shard.  With spectacular views across Tower Bridge to the Shard itself, the hotel was in full party mode.  Although the laser display put on for the opening was just a little disappointing, […]

1901 at Andaz – Lime and Tonic Review

1901 at Andaz Interior

A Lime and Tonic Experience – 1901 at Andaz I’ve known the people at Lime and Tonic ever since they started operating in the UK.  Offering an exclusive range of member experiences, while you might not find the price is heavily discounted, they tend to offer experiences that you simply can’t get as a normal […]

In Chains – All Bar One Restaurant and Bar Victoria

All Bar One - Beef Meat Balls with Romanesco Sauce

Girls’ Lunch at All Bar One: Back in time women didn’t go into pubs or bars by themselves or even with other women.  You’d take a man with you, especially in the evening.  When All Bar One opened their first branch in 1994, the idea of women friendly bars was quite new and I can […]

Iberica Farringdon Review and Recipes

smoked old fashioned Iberica

Traditional Spanish Food with a Twist in Farringdon: When I was contacted by Ibérica with a request to promote some of their Spanish recipes I rather unashamedly took advantage of the situation.  Of course I’d be happy to publicise their recipe collection if I got to try some of the food first.  Of course I […]

Mazi Notting Hill – Review

Mazi panorama

An Evening at Mazi. Guest feature by Natalie York: With a pretty large and rowdy extended family in Athens I headed along to Mazi feeling like I had a fairly good handle on what to expect at a Greek restaurant, but entering into this secluded little gem tucked away in the back streets of Notting […]

Notting Hill Kitchen – Iberian Food in London

Notting Hill Kitchen Starter

Notting Hill Kitchen – Portuguese Hospitality in West London: Excited by the invitation to visit Notting Hill Kitchen, I have a soft spot for all things Portuguese.  And,  I’d heard good things about  Executive Chef Luis Baena, although for some reason I thought the restaurant had existed for a lot longer.  In fact, it launched […]

Cafe Spice Namaste

Cafe Spice Namaste - curry for Change mutton

A Colourful Trip to Cafe Spice Namaste for #CurryforChange Another of my bucket list restaurants, Cafe Spice Namaste is headed up by chef Cyrus Todiwala OBE of BBC2’s Incredible Spice Men and his wife Pervin Todiwala.  And, as chance would have it, another participant in Curry for Change.  This time, with friend and blogger The Hedonist […]

Pantry at 108 – Gluten Free Afternoon Tea in Marylebone

Pantry at 108 - cakes and scones

A Tasty Afternoon Tea at 108 Marylebone: 108 Marylebone is the restaurant and bar of a boutique hotel in the heart of Marylebone village.  Part of the Doyle group, like its sister hotels, The Marylebone Hotel has a unique style to blend seamlessly into the neighbourhood.  The Pantry is a casual dining restaurant that serves […]

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