Category: Restaurants

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Loving the taste of Persia at Berenjak

  Today we’re heading into Soho (what happiness) for some amazing Persian food. At Berenjak founder Kian Samyani evokes the style of the classic hole in the wall eateries that line the streets of Tehran. It’s named after the handfuls of brightly coloured rice eaten as a snack at Persian funfairs. Now that’s enough exotic […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Tasty modern Italian at Cent Anni in Wimbledon Village

Today we’re heading to beautiful Wimbledon Village which we’re lucky enough to live very close to for a night of tasty Italian. The Village is not short of restaurant choices and things do move around quite a bit – Cent Anni is a newish offering. It’s a stylish sort of place (as you’d expect) and […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Lunch up on high at Radio Rooftop in Covent Garden

Summertime in London…how I love it. Even those heatwaves that have you sweating on the tube and tossing and turning at night because, let’s face it, our houses just aren’t built for days in their high 30s. They’re built to keep the heat in and boy do they do that! Anyway, focusing on the plus […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

My happy return to Soho for lunch at The French House

So today I’m back blogging about London. At last! It’s been a while. I am pleased to say that I can now get around and do pretty much most things even if it is at a seriously reduced speed. I’m thrilled to be able to get on the bus and tube and am starting to […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Lunch at Simon’s nestling in the Constantia Winelands

I’m aware it’s all been very quiet on eatingcoventgarden.com recently. Apologies for that. After an unexpected extended stay in Cape Town because of surgery after breaking my ankle we returned to the UK last month. It was good to get home. And to be so much more mobile – the joy of being able to […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

The delights of beautiful Buitenverwachting

So our stay in Cape Town was unexpectedly extended due to my surgery after breaking my ankle. Healing takes time and what do I like doing when I have time? Yes, going out for lunch. The broken ankle complication has meant a little more research before chosing a restaurant. Easy access has got all that […]