Est India

Meal courtesy of Est India Eaten and written by Ed @onehungryasian A sister restaurant to the more refined Mango Indian around the corner, Est India serves more “rustic” Indian dishes but with plenty of flavour attention to detail. It’s a classy restaurant but still with an intimate feel, with booths for small groups and just…

Pulia

  History and Background: Meal courtesy of Pulia Invitational bloggers brunch was a burrata sensation. An event pulled together by Sheepa from foodthatmakesyousmile.com. (Try count the number of times I mention ‘burrata’ in this post) Before Pulia, I confess that I’ve never had a burrata. I knew it was some sort of cheese but that…

Aqua Shard [Bookatable]

History and Background: Meal courtesy of bookatable, a website that offers easy and first-rate booking experience for some of the best restaurants in London. Serving British cuisine half way up The Shard at what is Western Europe’s tallest building, its floor-to-ceiling windows allows it to offer a spectacular 360 degree view of London. The restaurant,…

Aqua Shard

     History and Background: Aqua Shard, is part of the Hong Kong based company Aqua Group, also owning Hutong, (both Hong Kong and London), Aqua Kyoto, and Aqua Nueva. Serving British cuisine half way up  The Shard at what is western Europe’s tallest building, it’s floor-to-ceiling windows allows it to offer a spectacular 360 degree view of…

Restaurant Story *

History and Background:  11 courses. 23 dishes and 1 pot of quail tea… “Our dishes are an edible story, each one inspired by a memory” Tom Seller’s culinary debut (April 2013) with Restaurant Story, amassed worldwide popularity with chefs, critics, sommeliers alike. With everyone trying to take a sneak peek at what the next best…