• No Comments The Last Meat Auction As Smithfield market faces redevelopment, another London tradition passes One of the reasons why London is the best city in the world is that its store of secrets and quirks never runs dry.   One such secret, steeped in centuries of... Read MoreSaturday, 25 January 2014 - Posted by
  • No Comments Easy-peasy yummy brunch idea Very simple and quick brunch suggestion. Ingredients: Croissant (just baked from frozen, or fresh ones if you can be bothered to go outside and retrieve these) Bacon slice, trimmed Mushrooms –  chopped and fried Cheddar (to melt on top) Fresh... Read MoreTuesday, 19 March 2013 - Posted by
  • No Comments 21212, Edinburgh, Review Restaurant: 21212 Chef: Paul Kitching Location: Edinburgh, Scotland Cost: £68/person + wine + service Jelly Good Food Rating: 9/10 Shortly before a trip to Edinburgh, I saw on twitter that 21212 had just received its fourth Rosette. I phoned them... Read MoreSunday, 20 January 2013 - Posted by
  • No Comments Alternative Christmas Lunch Menu and Traditional Boxing Day Menu   Our culinary vision for this Christmas is as follows: We want this Christmas to be truly memorable and delicious, show off our cooking skills to our families, surprise them with a few inventive dishes yet still please and fatten... Read MoreSunday, 16 December 2012 - Posted by
  • No Comments Restaurant:  Le Pont de la Tour Location: The Butlers Wharf Building, 36d Shad Thames Zagat Food Score: 23/30 Jelly Good Food Score: 4/10 Ambiance: Prim and old-school posh This was lunch on a whim in cold wet November.  We spotted the place on... Read MoreSaturday, 24 November 2012 - Posted by