Yesterday I was fortunate enough to attend an excellent panel discussion on Cricket as Revolution organised by the LSE as part of its literary festival. The two speakers were Dr Prashant Kidambi of The University of Leicester and the journalist and cricket historian Peter Oborne. It was an excellent evening. Prashant kicked off with an…
Why? Why did you put a burger in a shitty crate? WHY?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Crazy like a mouse and rusty like a Ford Cortina - rollercoasters on Brighton pier may not be the highest but they offer their own brand of terror. But first an excellent Sunday roast to celebrate a birthday.
The food is classic Italian with (I'm hazarding a guess, I'm no expert except for knowing that they love a bit of donkey in Vicenza) the emphasis towards the north.
Meeting a friend at the library we were looking for somewhere new within walking distance. I’d read about Boulestin a while ago (when it had freshly revamped a classic restaurant brand) – some okay, some bad. On the whole I liked it. First impressions were good. The room feels light, a nice change from the…
Chilli ketchup, the Pet Shop Boys and the civilising influence of pizza.
Good beer, top snacks and a star for a barman. The Café Den Turk is much better than it needs to be.