The corn on the cob was the highlight of the meal for me – amazingly sweet and juicy with a perfect amount of salted butter and lemoniness, but the short rib was just average and a bit greasy, and the chicken in a bun was a real let-down.
Getting a table at Restaurant Story (201 Tooley Street) was remarkably easy. After all the hype around its opening last year – it took the Guardian 70+ phone calls to […]
Ten years ago, most Londoners had never heard of ceviche, let alone eaten it. Now, Peruvian cuisine is becoming so popular there’s a new restaurant popping up every few months […]
Flying over the lush, green hills and tropical bays of Hong Kong for the first time in August, I could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like Rio de […]
After its reopening in September, I went to check out the newly refurbished Village East (171-173 Bermondsey Street), a modern European brasserie with New York loft-style exposed brickwork in the […]
Ever since I left Buenos Aires a little over a year ago, I’ve been promising to write a list of my top restaurants to share with the growing army of […]
We left it too late to get a table at Noma. I admit I was a little disappointed I wouldn’t get to eat dirt, ground ants and moss. I also […]
When I moved to Dublin from Buenos Aires last year, I made no secret of the fact that I missed the endless sunshine, wine, steak and sushi. A year on, […]