If you find yourself in Girona, with a hankering for a brilliant cocktail, then make your way immediately to Nykteri’s. On a quiet street in the old town, this little bar is easy to miss, but very much worth a trip. When NN and I visited, we were overwhelmed by the vast cocktail list, featuring … More Nykteris cocktail bar, Girona
After much researching and availability checking, NN and I decided our blow out meal in Madrid would be lunch at the Michelin starred Punto MX. Run by chef Roberto Ruiz, this is the first Mexican restaurant to be awarded a star. The menu aims to use traditional and modern methods to create authentic yet contemporary … More Pinto MX, Michelin starred Mexican in Madrid, restaurant review
The neighbourhood bar you’ll want to hang out in. I first visited Hopscotch back in December, a few weeks after it opened. If I liked it then, it’s fair to say, I’m a little bit in love now. For all that Brick Lane has changed in recent years and now offers more than just a … More Hopscotch, the new kid on the block
Last night I became an alumni of the Chamber of Flavours and this, sadly, means I can’t really say much at all about what happened. What I can tell you is this. E and I were like children on Christmas Eve, waiting to receive our location for the night’s adventures. When it came, our excitement … More Chamber of Flavours 2.0, shhh it’s a secret.
I have wanted to go to Chick’n’Sours for a long time, probably since I first saw a picture of their enormous fried chicken on a bun or to be precise Korean fried thigh, gochujang mayo, chilli vinegar and crunchy ‘slaw in a bun.Don, Don was already there when I arrived and had ordered a portion … More Chick’n’Sours Haggertson restaurant review
Dirty Bones goes local, the review. I was sad when Les Trios Garçons shut its door. It’s not that I was a frequent visitor, but it was such a unique restaurant, place, even with out the cooking it would have been special. Stuffed with taxidermy it felt like stepping into another world. Farewell old friend … More Make no bones about it, there’s work to be done
Back in May when we dined at Sager and Wilde Mr Gosling had stumbled across Paradise Garage amongst other delights in the arches at Bethnal Green and duly booked it with a promise that I would love it. We planned to go for a drink first but it ended up being one of these days … More Paradise found in Bethnal Green