Eating at the opéra, in my limited experience, is always expensive and often a bit of a shot in the dark, whether you're getting some sandwiches and a glass of wine or going for the full gut-busting blow out with gallons of booze on the side. But the Amphitheatre proved a winner.
Read more Review #95 Amphitheatre Restaurant, Covent Garden
There was a smattering of familiar faces in the room but the real star in this restaurant was the food.
Read more Review #90 Bonnie Gull, Fitzrovia
Good food al fresco at Percy&Founders, if a little soulless.
Read more Review #74 Percy & Founders, Fitzrovia
Post-court strolling with a friend along the river minutes after the monsoon we bumped into two friends. Happy meeting! They invited us for cocktails and we obliged (at the Oxo Tower, looking a bit shabcious compared to younger rooftop venues) before tootling along to Eat Tokyo on the recommendation of the Japanese member of our…
Read more Review #51 Eat Tokyo, Covent Garden
We should have gone further East than Curry Leaf East.
Read more Review #28 Curry Leaf East, Moorgate
Good Indian food a short stroll from Oxford Brookes
Read more Review #25 Mirabai, Headington
Fresh from two hours of document analysis with the students of the University of Westminster I was absolutely in the mood for the kind of exhibition that ‘Easter Rising 1916’ at the Photographers’ Gallery purports to be, especially as I’ve got an upcoming seminar to teach on British stereotypes of Irishmen in the nineteenth century.…
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Review #11, a yummy post-snooker meaty fix in Bun&Bar
Read more Review #11 – Bun&Bar, Harringay
White squares in White Cube. Nothing gets more minimal than that. Or does it?
Read more Park Seo-Bo at White Cube