Restaurant review: Ottolenghi’s

Less than a year ago, I watched food writer and stylist Rosie Birkett interview Yotam Ottolenghi at Stylist Live about the predicted 2016 food trends. Every world class chef is certainly passionate about their cooking, but Jerusalem born Ottolenghi is also a wise, humble and funny gent. I was immediately inspired by his love and…

Superstar BBQ – Korean food in Holborn

I’ve now eaten Korean food three times. A date, a social gathering and the most recent, a man rendezvous – the rendezvous being my favourite. For a cheap in out job head to Bibimbap, you’ll find two in London: Greek Street and Charlotte Street. Once finished reading this post, check out my Bibimbap review here: http://wp.me/p4QYTT-36…

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

I’m writing this while eating a Chinese buffet in Rotherhithe, a complete contrast, but the thrill of occasionally eating unnatural and detrimental comfort food is too good. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal opened in 2011 and is an investigation into 600 years of Britain’s culinary heritage. It is also a restaurant I’d wanted to try since…

My five favourite lunches in Shoreditch…..

One needs to eat and one needs to eat well. In Shoreditch you’re spoilt for choice – all sorts of exciting foods are around. I have a few favourites which I can’t help returning to…. Falafel Hut These gents have a pop-up opposite the entrance to Shoreditch High Street station and were the only pop-up…

Sky Garden: 37 Fenchurch Street, Seafood Bar & Grill

After reading reviews for the new Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street, aka The Walkie Talkie building, I was led to believe I’d be visiting a high-in-the-sky airport terminal – bland and clinical. This turned out to be far from the truth. Perhaps they failed to spot the mighty reveal of The Shard as the…