‘Ruby Jean’s’ at The Prince Albert – Review


The Prince Albert – Notting Hill The Prince Albert is a pub with a split personality. Upstairs is the renowned The Gate fringe theatre but on the ground floor is a boozer artfully put together in a beach shack style with Weathered shutters, murals and neon art and serving London brews from Camden and Meantime alongside US […]

Review of Boqueria – Queenstown Road, Battersea

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A Taste of Spain on my (Old) Door Step Guest post by Sarah James: Fiona had kindly invited me to accompany her to Boqueria on Acre Lane about a year ago, and I thought that the food was fantastic on that occasion, so when she asked if I’d like to review the new Battersea restaurant […]

Eelbrook Restaurant – Review

EELBROOK Restaurant Fulham

Eelbrook  Restaurant Fulham I was recently invited for a bloggers dinner at Eelbrook, a new restaurant perched on the corner of Eel Brook Common not far from Fulham Broadway. The whole area has smartened up considerably since the pre-yuppy late 70s when I used to play in bands next to the station at The Golden Lion pub. In […]

Kanteen at K West Hotel Review

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Kanteen Launches Meat Me at the Sea Burger.  Guest post by Lisa Hooper: Kanteen restaurant is located in the modern K West Hotel, situated in Shepherds Bush and in close proximity of Westfield shopping centre.  The restaurant is on a mezzanine level, just above the bar area.  The layout is bright and colourful and the […]

La Tagliata – Italian Restaurant in the City

Caramel Panna Cotta - La Tagliata

La Tagliata - Dine in Style for 650 Calories: I love Italian food.  But, as my recent trip to Puglia demonstrated rather too absolutely, it’s very easy to end up eating FAR too much of it and completely wrecking any intentions of following a diet.  Now, of you could dine on steak and pasta – decent […]

Fine Dining at Cannizaro House, Wimbledon

Cannizaro House Tomato

Dinner at Cannizaro House, Wimbledon. Part of the rationale for visiting Cannizaro House was to review the two AA rosette fine dining restaurant.  An elegant room looking out over the sunken garden, this is a relaxing place to sit and enjoy a gourmet lunch or dinner.  The kitchen at Cannizaro House rises admirably to the […]

A Fairytale Feast at The Fable

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The Fable in the City. Guest Feature by Lisa Hooper: Once upon a time in a City far, far away, a bar/restaurant was created called The Fable.  Well to be exact it’s as far away as Holborn Viaduct but the idea for this Drake & Morgan enterprise is to sweep you away into a land […]

Hop along to the Harrow Hare

Steak at the Hare

A Happy Kind of Lunch at The Hare, Harrow: A combination of being based in Central London and covering a fair amount of travel means that sometimes I wonder if I’m losing touch with reality.  So, when I got a press release highlighting the refurbishment of The Hare, I thought it would be good to […]

High Spirits at the Paramount, Centre Point:

Porn Star Martini

Naughty Afternoon Tea at the Paramount, Centre Point: There are parts of London which seem to be semi-permanent building sites ; with no natural sense of direction I dread having to find my way through the scaffolding lined streets, usually bereft of any landmarks.  While the area around Tottenham Court Road station has been in […]

Beyond Boulangerie – An Introduction to Le Restaurant de PAUL

Paul Camembert

Le Restaurant de PAUL- Bringing a bit more of Paris to London: When Paul first open its doors in London, it was to sell artisan French breads.  The sort of bread that up until then you could only get in really good French restaurants, or when you visited France. My teenage summers spent in the […]

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