LONDON | A good yet affordable steak is hard to find in London, well for me at least. After seeking high and low could the search be coming to an end? Perhaps. Nestled in Henrietta street in Covent Garden, is one of the five Flat Iron restaurants, the brainchild of
LONDON | Sumptuous, Quality and Fine. Three words that come to mind when looking back on my dining experience at Coq D’Argent in Bank. The restaurant is accessible through a private glass lift that swiftly delivers guests into the rooftop entrance and one of London’s most picturesque terrace gardens overlooking
LONDON | There’s spoiling yourself and then there’s borderline sinful gluttony. Guess which one we went for when dining at the Covent Garden branch of Big Easy? With three branches across London (Covent Garden, Canary Wharf and Kings Road), Big Easy Bar.B.Q & Lobstershack have solidified their reputation as one
LONDON | For nearly thirty years, Vicino has been serving authentic Italian food to residents of Parsons Green. We were invited to dine here, and with fresh lobsters from Billingsgate Fish Market, yummy pasta, a good selection of wine, and tiramisu on the menu, it wasn’t hard to say yes.
LONDON | Following on from the success of the Chelsea site is The Jam Tree’s second site, nestled in Old Town, Clapham. On the outside it looks like any other gastropub but step through the fancy automatic doors and look a little closer – it offers much more. The spacious
LONDON | The World’s End is a Grade II listed public house in Chelsea dating back to 1897, and it was most recently renovated in 2015 as The World’s End Market. We were invited to try out the special meat focused menu, the result of a partnership with world-class Spanish
LONDON | We were recently invited to visit The Don, a modern European restaurant which is situated in the heart of the City of London by Bank. The restaurant is located in the former headquarters of the Sandeman Port and Sherry Company, in which George Sandeman blended and bottled his
LONDON | Smokey Tails is the brainchild of Michigan-born chef and DJ Seth Troxler, and sees his popular music and American BBQ pop-up find a permanent home in Hoxton Square. The space is simple with art, wood, a DJ booth, and a low ceiling creating a cozy space. The outside courtyard
LONDON | Yotam Ottolenghi needs no introductions, having become one of the most popular restaurateurs in London over the past decade. He’s released several cookbooks that have become staples in our household, had his own TV show, and owned several restaurants, one of the largest being his Ottolenghi deli in Spitalfields.
LONDON | Paul A Young is one of Britain’s, indeed world’s, best chocolatiers, and is known for producing high quality, innovative chocolates and chocolate treats. He has a few stores in London, but the Islington store in Camden Passage is the original, and our favourite. The store is small and cozy,