I have whiled away a good few hours of my life in London drinking white wine and slurping oysters at Wright Brothers in Borough Markets. It’s a lovely way to spend an evening and last year the Wright Brothers extended their hospitality to the good people of Soho as well. The Soho version of Wright
The Fish Place is so brand spanking new that you can almost smell the paint on the walls. Even right in the middle of the new build apartment blocks in Battersea this restaurant stands out as being particularly new. In fairness, The Fish Place has only been open for a week when I visit and
It was the case of the disappearing ingredients when I had dinner at Kensington Place. My starter of asparagus salad (£7.50) arrived looking rather bare. Yes, it contained asparagus and a soft boiled egg but the egg was cold and gloopy and the advertised accompaniments of hollondaise sauce and Parma ham were nowhere in sight.
Pop! That’s the sound of a new “pop up” restaurant opening, this time in Little Venice for the Summer months. The Summerhouse sits right on the canal and is run by the people in charge of the nearby pub, The Waterway. Despite the temporary nature of the restaurant the structure itself is fairly permanent and
The Wet Fish Cafe: it’s a great name for a cafe. The name comes from the buildings original purpose as a wet fish shop. If like me, you are in the dark as to what a wet fish actually is, The Wet Fish Cafe’s owner, André explained to me that wet fish are fresh fish
Lobster to many people signifies a special occasion or something that you order at a fancy restaurant. Belgo is trying to change that perception during “Lobster Fest” where the restaurant offers a special menu during the month of June with lobster from £5. Belgo is not the sort of place I would usually order lobster.
For a working girl it is always hard to find time to eat before London’s early (in my view) standard theatre opening curtain time of 7.30pm. What’s more I am not the sort of person who can wait until after 10pm for their evening meal. Clearly I struggle when I am in Spain but that