Delft, mansplaining and bitterboellen at the de Hooch exhibition. Oh, and excellent beer. A good place to duck out of the rain.
Quality bistrot food makes the Victoria Stakes a winner in N8.
After a stroll around the glorious Buttermere we worked up an appetite such as us city dwellers rarely possess. The Fish Inn has a very homely look that tempted us in for good pub food. They have local beer, I can recommend the Loweswater (?) Gold, and a selection of classics on the lunch menu…
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.
It might just have been an off night for the resto but for over forty quid a head I expect a bit better.
Fish & Chips in Shoeburyness with a splash of The Cure as an intro.
This last week or so has been an unusually poppy week (being more a classical hound by nature (of which more anon … that’s for another post)) but I wasn’t thinking to write about it until I stumbled across the Secret 7″ exhibition space at Somerset House. By chance it was the first day of…