Temper Covent Garden, sweet Cheesus, the nine hour lunch, restaurant review

It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Neil Rankin. I adore his original restaurant in Soho (BBQ and mezcal), am a bit nonplussed  about No.2, City, (curry and gin) but was beyond excited for No.3, featuring pizza,  not just any pizza, and vermouth. And so,  when I saw the soft launch started on bank … More Temper Covent Garden, sweet Cheesus, the nine hour lunch, restaurant review

The Oystermen, claws for thought, Covent Garden

I took TP for lunch recently. It was a business lunch but we mostly talked about life and love and,of course, food. He raved about the  Oystermen and so that is where Big J and I found ourselves last Friday. I generally avoid Covent Garden but,I have to say, it’s looking good and the opening of the second outpost … More The Oystermen, claws for thought, Covent Garden

Enigma at Zoilo, one night with Diego Grimberg, restaurant review

When I received an email announcing Diego Grimberg, the head chef at Albert Adria’s much anticipated (I’d waited patiently for over two years for it to open) restaurant, Enigma, was in town for one night only at Zoilo’s, I immediately booked.  I was particularly excited as I was heading to Barcelona to eat at Enigma … More Enigma at Zoilo, one night with Diego Grimberg, restaurant review