Kayal is a class act in north Lem. While lacking the crazed charm of King Baba it more than makes up for it with good food and quality service.
Our first seminar features two speakers. Raf Nicholson, will talk about international women's cricket during the apartheid era while Richard Parry will discuss cricket among indigenous mineworkers on the Rand. And I'll be acting as chair in my capacity both as co-convenor of the seminar and a contributor to the book of a chapter on the first South African men's cricket captain, Percy Sherwell. Do come along and to listen to our guests and to join in the debate about the role of sport in the development of South African society in the twentieth century.
While prices at Here (I know, right) are a little too steep to make it a regular outing it is a place I can heartily recommend to ethically conscious north London foodies (I believe there are a few around).
A welcome addition to the local resto scene in an underserved corner of north London, Goods Office delivers handsomely on the food front.
A short post on #Isokon Gallery, Hampstead. An excellent small museum devoted to #Modernism and Modernists, patrons, artists, architects and writers. #1930s #London
A waiter with personality, a BYOB policy and excellent food make The Rusty Bike the number one option for Indian in Kings Cross. Oh, and see the Pablo Held Trio if you can.
High quality onglet on a sunny terrace. Good times.
A testing day is rounded off at a good bistro with a world class view. I liked Le B, especially when the bill came in at a surprisingly moderate 60-odd euros. The ability of good food, wine and company to assuage middle class woes is something that I am very aware of and never take for granted.