Restaurants

A lot of tapas at Camino in Kings Cross

I think by now you’ve worked out that I am a fan of tapas. :: See my reviews of Ember Yard, Opera Tavern and from Ibiza. There are dozens of places to eat small plates of Mediterranean food in London and the standard definitely varies. I had heard good things about the branches of Camino in London… Continue reading A lot of tapas at Camino in Kings Cross

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Get A Pizza The Action At The Stable in Bridport

The first thing I need to do with this post is to apologise. I’m sorry I’ve been off radar for so long. It turns out moving house and sorting all of the associated minutiae is pretty time consuming. Bur we are now very happy Tooting residents so watch this space for more ramblings about newly… Continue reading Get A Pizza The Action At The Stable in Bridport

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The Earlsfield – from derelict ticket office to the hottest ticket in town

The derelict building next to Earlsfield station has been a source of intrigue for thousands of commuters over the years. But in recent months, the intrigue has moved on to excitement as the development of The Earlsfield moved swiftly on. Tonight was the launch night and Matt and I went along for a sneak peek.… Continue reading The Earlsfield – from derelict ticket office to the hottest ticket in town

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No bum notes at Rock Star Sushi Bar

There are dozens of places to sample sushi in London and we’re happily working our way down the list. On Friday we decided try a place no one we knew had heard of, in an area we don’t really know at all. Merton Abbey Mills is on the site of one of the most important monasteries of… Continue reading No bum notes at Rock Star Sushi Bar

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GilgaMESS – but I have high hopes for next time

Last week Matt and I went to Gilgamesh in Camden for the first time. We had been tempted by an offer I saw online for an opportunity to try out two courses from their new a la carte menu for £14. Knowing that the restaurant was not cheap we thought this seemed like a great… Continue reading GilgaMESS – but I have high hopes for next time

Holidays · Recipes

From Sea To Stomach – Mackerel Fishing In Dorset

We spent the Bank Holiday weekend in Dorset which is one of our favourite places in the world and where we got married last year. The weekend actually turned out to be very memorable for a variety of reasons. My dad, not a man usually familiar with the kitchen, baked his first ever cake without… Continue reading From Sea To Stomach – Mackerel Fishing In Dorset