Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Matsya Mayfair

Indian fine dining is something I have never really got to grips with. Don’t get me wrong, I am all for innovation, but at no point should flavour and centuries old cooking methods be sacrificed for dainty foams and...

The Ninth Fitzrovia

Prior to opening this restaurant, Jun Tanaka had worked in eight different kitchens. No prizes then for guessing why this one, his own kitchen, is called The Ninth. Sitting opposite the Charlotte Street Hotel, everything about this venue is...
Opposite Harrods and amidst many supercars and Chanel handbags, you’ll find Harry’s Dolce Vita, the newest offering from Richard Caring and his Caprice group. I have dined at a few of his other venues in the past and sort...

Bombay Bustle Mayfair

Bombay for me is a home away from home, I can’t put it into words, but something keeps pulling me back. I suspect (know) that food plays a large role in this and so when I heard of Bombay...

The Delaunay Covent Garden

The Delaunay is one of those places where you can settle in for a long brunch and enjoy some good food paired with exceptional service. To me it’s reminiscent of a fancy European hotel with a hint of old...

Yauatcha Soho

Over a decade ago (13 years to be exact), the genius that is Alan Yau, changed the Asian dining scene. Till then, to get a true taste of the far east you had to actually go there, or then...

Jamavar Mayfair

Another restaurant serving small portions of good looking Indian food. Would it fail to deliver like so many others in London have (just my opinion) or would it be a success? I mean there is only one way to...

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