Restaurant Gordon Ramsay ***

History and Background: Three Michelin Star I think this blog is no stranger to Gordon Ramsay chains, having reviewed Maze, and Savoy Grill (and an upcoming post on Bread Street Kitchen). Gordon Ramsay Restaurant is deemed to be one of the best, if not, the best restaurant to serve quality dishes represented by its 3…

Tokyo Diner

History and Background: Tokyo Diner’s motto: Please come again, and bring your friends Set over three floors, the narrow but central establishment can be found opposite an ‘award winning gay bar’ (I don’t even know what the bar is called, but that’s what it says plastered all over its exterior.) Tokyo Diner has been open…

Gaylord (New Menu)

Intro: I was invited to a Food Bloggers dinner to review the new menu Gaylord recently rolled out, you may recall that I have visited Gaylord just once before, for a friend’s birthday so therefore this post will need no introduction! (Review found here). The meal: Warning: A few more photos than usual, sorry for…

Yashin

History and Background: Just off the main road in High Street Ken you’ll find Yashin Sushi Bar at the top of Argyll Road. Described as a Kensington Jewel by timeout, it’s certainly hard to disagree with them after a visit. Can I please name drop that Stanley Tucci and his wife were sitting at the…

OnTheBab (Covent Garden)

Second Branch of OnTheBab Shoreditch, (review can be found here), thus no introduction needed! Opened on the 10th April offering a one day 50% soft launch (dishes here are shown full price), I took the opportunity to try some new things from the menu. Again the focus is on Korean Anju dishes, that is, food…

Engawa

City AM – Half a dozen chefs (all Japanese) work in contemplative silence, constructing towers from nigiri, radish, beef, roe and kumquat, agonising over the placement of every sliver of chive History and Background: Opened a mere 4 weeks ago (March 2015), Engawa has already made rounds in the restaurant industry over its unique washoku…

[HK] Via Tokyo

Background and Taste: A small post on one of my favourite dessert places in Hong Kong. As mentioned before, Via Tokyo is just a walk away from Cafe R&C, and Waffills (next door). Having been awarded the Best New Restaurant in HK 2014, (even though its a dessert cafe) the Japanese Matcha Cafe has everyone…

Bao London

History and Background: A pillowy soft cloudy steamed bun. Ours is made using milk. Bao themselves, couldn’t have given us a better definition of Bao. Hirata Buns (or Gua Bao) has been the latest food trend in London over the course of last year, following the burger craze and the ramen bar joints, London has become…

Cremerie Creperie (Kensington Crepes)

History and Background: Specialising in French crepes, Kensington Creperie has the widest range of crepes I know in London. From savoury to sweet to alcoholic ones, it has everything you will ever need. I envy Imperial College students… South Ken has its own little foodie town! Serving crepes since 2001, made fresh daily and open…