A welcome addition to the local resto scene in an underserved corner of north London, Goods Office delivers handsomely on the food front.
Perfect Katsu makes Machiya the go to Japanese in the West End for lunch and better value than Shoryu around the corner. No wonder people queue out the door to get in.
My first visit to Helsinki was in 1994 so it’s taken me 24 years to drum up the effort to go to Kappeli. Or indeed the coin. But I'm glad that I did.
If you're heading to Tallinn I would strongly advise you to resist the cluster of tourist traps around the main square, and anywhere where the service is wenchish, and go for the cool modernist vibe of Pelican. You won't regret it.
A predictably bland prelude to an underpowered Mamet show featuring a hamster in a rug.
Standard food with the worst waiter of the year so far.
En route to Cologne we had a pause for lunch in Brussels. We didn’t want to wander too far so La T du M was ideal. While Bazza the Gooner made friends with the locals we took a look at the menu. A cheese sandwich at 3 euros seemed unfeasibly cheap but I ordered it…