Hot Nutside Vietnamese dining? Focus on the food, ignore Elton and you'll be okay.
It's a top value all-you-can-eat pigfest at Green Lanes' finest Polish restaurant.
Crocodile eyeballs and a Carol Voldemort reference? It's an IACGMOOH laden account of an excellent lunch at Salt Yard.
Sadly without Gatting we couldn't get a carry out but Les Babines wineshop did have the best value of the weekend.
It's always a mistake to choose your restaurant from the name of a record rather than the food it serves.
On the back of one hour's sleep I break the rules with a return visit to Café Charbon.
First class service and well-executed food make for a winning combination in the dungeons of the Wigmore.
Little Portland Café works. Why go to a chain to be served in a listless manner by someone who was trained (and instructed) to Smile Brightly and squeeze extras out of you?
Can there be anyone who writes about food in London who hasn’t devoted a post to Borough Market? I don’t usually like to follow the herd but since I’ve been confined to SE1 for an age doing my citizenly duty I felt I had to share my experience. Borough Market is a (ugh) ‘foodie heaven’…