RESTAURANT REVIEW

Restaurant Review: MARCUS in London’s Knightsbridge

Restaurant Review: MARCUS in London’s Knightsbridge

  by Charlotte Jones

Marcus Wareing’s fine dining restaurant at The Berkeley Hotel in London’s glitzy Knightsbridge has undergone a long overdue refurbishment and been renamed simply, MARCUS. The colour scheme is lighter, new artwork adorns the walls, [...]

Tags: Restaurant Review, fine dining, Knightsbridge, London, London restaurant review, March 2014, MARCUS, Marcus Wareing, refurbishment, reopening, restaurant, The Berkeley Hotel
Restaurant Review: The Meat Co in London’s Shepherd’s Bush

Restaurant Review: The Meat Co in London’s Shepherd’s Bush

  by Charlotte Jones

Westfield’s Shepherd’s Bush shopping centre is home to global African steak chain, The Meat Co’s first UK outpost. Unsurprisingly the venue is quite sizeable, with a bar downstairs and the main restaurant upstairs. On entrance [...]

Tags: Restaurant Review, Africa, Boerewors, London, London restaurant review, Malva pudding, restaurant, review, Shepherd's Bush, South Africa, Steak, The Meat Co, Westfield
Restaurant Review: The Five Fields in London’s Chelsea

Restaurant Review: The Five Fields in London’s Chelsea

  by Charlotte Jones

A visit to The Five Fields fine dining restaurant in Chelsea comes with great expectations. The restaurant’s opening in spring 2013 was probably one of the capital’s most understated of all time but the kitchen boasts a heavyweight [...]

Tags: Restaurant Review, Chef, Chelsea, fine dining, London restaurant review, restaurant, SW3, The Five Fields, Top Tables
Restaurant Review: One Canada Square in London’s Canary Wharf

Restaurant Review: One Canada Square in London’s Canary Wharf

  by Charlotte Jones

While some may loathe it, Canary Wharf has a special place in my heart. Although I visited London many times as a child, I was 15 before I jumped on the Jubilee line from Waterloo to Canary Wharf for the first time. With big dreams and [...]

Tags: Restaurant Review, Canary Wharf, E14, Ed Martin, London, London restaurant review, One Canada Square, restaurant, The Botanist, Tom and Ed Martin, Tom Martin, top table
Restaurant Review: The Bingham in Richmond

Restaurant Review: The Bingham in Richmond

  by Charlotte Jones

The Bingham is an elegant restaurant and bar with rooms situated overlooking the Thames in Richmond. At the helm of the kitchen is head chef Mark Jarvis, formerly of Texture in London and Le Maison aux Quat’Saisons in Oxfordshire. The [...]

Tags: Restaurant Review, Chef, dining out, eating out, Hotel, Mark Jarvis, restaurant, restaurant with rooms, Richmond, River Thames, Thames, The Bingham, top table
Restaurant Review: Sticks’n’Sushi in London’s Covent Garden

Restaurant Review: Sticks’n’Sushi in London’s Covent Garden

  by Charlotte Jones

Danish restaurant group, Sticks’n’Sushi opened its second outpost in London in November this year (2013). The chain has been described as the Nordic region’s market leader in Japanese cuisine. When I was in Copenhagen earlier this [...]

Tags: Restaurant Review, Asian, Covent Garden, Danish, London, London restaurant review, restaurant, restaurant group, Sticks'n'Sushi, Top Tables