This September (2013), the family-friendly, all-day café chain, L’Eto Caffe, opened a sixth outpost, this time on the King’s Road in Chelsea. I’ve been familiar with L’Eto Caffe for some time. Working in the West End, I’ve
Urban Meadow opened its doors to diners on the 11th of September, 2013, and I popped in that night to check out the newest haunt in my hometown district of London, Bayswater.
The restaurant is situated on Bayswater Road, at the
It’s not often your dinner comes with a side order of surrealism but at Fika London, owner, Sadaf Malik has temporarily turned her Scandinavian restaurant into an homage to the director Wes Anderson.
Tucked away next to the
Momo on London’s Heddon Street, Regent’s Street’s so-called food quarter, was opened in 1997 by Parisian-Algerian restaurateur Mazouz. Momo was an ambitious project; it consists of not just a restaurant, but also a café, outdoor
You won’t find tricolore décor at Acciuga in Kensington and with good reason. The restaurant which opened in June this year (2013) is the conception of former lawyer and professional rugby player, Guglielmo Arnulfo, who is most
Every year when I visit Spain, top of the list of things to do, eat and see, is buying a rotisserie chicken. I’ve been known to sit in the sunshine and tear the carcass apart with my bare hands, suck on the bones, sometimes even lick the