Amani – Chelsea Harbour – Indian with Class

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A Local Indian with Style and Class – Amani: Imperial Wharf station, home to Chelsea Harbour is a 15 minute walk or a 3 minute train journey from home, so when I was invited to the newly opened Amani I was rather pleased.  It’s not often I really to get an offer to review a […]

Kings Road – Cadogan Arms – Pool and Pie Perfection

Rump of Welsh Lamb

Walking on the Wild Side – The Cadogan Arms Chelsea: Not so far down the Kings Road that it could be called ‘The Wrong End’, if indeed anywhere in Chelsea is ‘Wrong’ now, our taxi driver was reluctant when we asked to be taken to the Cadogan Arms. Oh you don’t want to go there […]

Duck and Waffle – Review – City of London

Duck and Waffle Beef

Duck and Waffle – Heights and Hype: I seem to spend an inordinate amount of time eating and writing about food.  Despite that, until recently I hadn’t been to the much hyped Duck and Waffle – still trending despite opening in restaurant terms, an age ago in the summer of 2012.  After a little arm-twisting […]

Battle of the Pans at the Jugged Hare

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ETM Group Chefs In Action at the Jugged Hare – the Battle of the Pans: I’ve been to a few of the ETM group restaurants recently.  Scattered across London, it might be hard to guess they were from the same ‘family’ if you didn’t know.  So I was thrilled to be asked along to the […]

Philippe Agnello at Momo, W1 London

momo london Tagine

Pigeon Pastilla and more at Momo, London: I’m just a girl who CAN’T say no.  At least when there’s the opportunity to visit one of the restaurants that has been on my bucket list for a year or so, to meet the chef, Philippe Agnello, and to see him prepare and cook one of his […]

Prezzo Launch Gelato by Gelupo – Fine Artisan Gelato

Prezzo Gelato Bun

Italian Gelato at Prezzo – In Chains: Prezzo has just introduced a new gelato range by Gelupo, bringing the authentic taste of real Italian gelato with a modern slant to the UK. The flavours and mix has been created by Jacob Kenedy, chef and co-owner of Gelupo, who spent time travelling across Italy to find […]

Review: The Botanist – Sloane Square, London

The Botanist Sloane Square London guinea fowl

The Sloane Ranger Eats Rather Well at The Botanist: When I was young and impressionable, thanks to the perceptive wit of Peter York, the term ‘Sloane Ranger’ emerged.  Of course you can spot a Sloane Ranger anywhere – but their spiritual home has always been Sloane Square.  It is an affordably expensive part of London, somewhere […]

Acciuga Revisited

Pesto from Liguria with beans and potatoes

More than a little fish in Kensington – Acciuga: When Acciuga first opened, I was lucky enough to be invited along to try the menu of Ligurian specialities.  And,  I met the young Chef Patron Guglielmo Arnulfo and was intrigued.  At only 24 he’s managed to develop fine skills in the kitchen despite two previous careers […]

Be My Guest – Georgian Hospitality at Marani

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Be My Guest Book Launch at Marani, Curzon Street, Mayfair: My invitation to the Be My Guest event at the as yet ‘not open for business’ Marani on Curzon Street was intriguing.  Of course I’ve heard about Georgian wines and indeed sampled rather a lot at various Raw Wine events.  But, I knew nothing of […]

Mele e Pere Revisited

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Mele e Pere Review – Soho, London: I was lucky enough to take part in the Cicchetti Trail during last year’s London Restaurant Festival.  And, one of the places I visited was Mele e Pere in Soho where I was both fascinated and enthralled by the home made vermouth that we were offered along with […]

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