Enigma, shrouded in secrecy, restaurant review

At the end of April, I made a trip to Barcelona, one of my favourite cities. To say the trip was much anticipated, would be a massive understatement. Albert Adria, younger brother of Fernan, the much lauded proprietor of the foodie Mecca, El Buli, (sadly now closed), opened his latest restaurant, Enigma, in February. I … More Enigma, shrouded in secrecy, restaurant review

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

The Clove Club

When A told me back in January he was coming to visit, I had, within a matter of minutes, booked lunch for both days he would be here. The first, The Clove Club, had been on my list for a while; little did I know how utterly wonderful it would be. Now, you could argue … More The Clove Club

James Cochrane EC3

It was with much anticipation that I headed out on Wednesday night. My destination, James Cochrane EC3, had been on my list for sometime and had recently received a slew of brilliant reviews. My dates for this belated Valentines, the lovely Seetal of Savla Faire and Georgie of Georgie Porgie, two passionate food bloggers I … More James Cochrane EC3

Dining at Dabbous

Tom and I worked together in my first job when I came to London. My old boss deserves many thanks. She said she knew we’d work well together, we did, but more than that we became best friends. Now, Tom lives in Hong Kong and, so, time spent together is more precious than ever. When … More Dining at Dabbous