St Alban, 4–12 Regent Street, London SW1
Goring Hotel, London, SW1
In New York, I head for Citarella on Broadway only to be confronted by a noisy demo at the entrance.…
The game season is upon us, and game is rather shaming.
It happened in New York. As I reached for a small basket of ‘heirloom tomatoes, Little Compton Farms’ I felt my lips curling slightly — was it out of pity or contempt? — on account of the poor soul next to me who had merely chosen ‘vine-ripened organic’.
Haiku, 15 New Burlington Place, London W1
Café Japan, 626 Finchley Road, London NW11
The Ledbury, London W11
TeaSmith, 6 Lamb Street, London E1
First off, I should say I’m no great expert when it comes to Swedish food.
Look, first off I’d just like to say that what follows has nothing to do with not being either hip or edgy.
Vasco & Piero’s Pavilion Restaurant, London W1
Who hasn’t found themselves in the heart of Kensington thinking, ‘I do so wish there was a Moroccan oasis around here’?
Dans Le Noir?, London EC1
Roussillon, London SW1
The Guinea Grill, 30 Bruton Place, London W1