Tag: eating out

Restaurants, Restaurants in London, Uncategorized

Wonderful modern British food at Tredwell’s

Today I’m back in Covent Garden trying out the latest offering from Marcus Wareing. I’d walked past Tredwell’s several times in my CG explorations and always thought it looked welcoming. It’s in the Seven Dials part of Covent Garden which I discovered was one of Charles Dicken’s favourites. He wrote nearly two hundred years ago: “The stranger who […]

Restaurants in London

Loving the taste of Peru at Coya in Piccadilly

One of a crop of Peruvian restaurants in London, Coya sits in a stylishly grand building set right on Piccadilly near Hyde Park Corner. The light-filled room with its high ceilings has a real feel of elegance, even decadence, to it. And it feels instantly comfortable – the sort of place where you’d like to settle in for […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London, Uncategorized

Heddon Street Kitchen: the new baby in Gordon Ramsay’s family

I’m a big fan of Gordon Ramsay’s Union Street Cafe in Southwark, so when I heard of another new opening, I had to get in quick. Okay, so Gordon doesn’t actually work at these places (not that he’s pretending he is), but I have no issue with this as he does seem to have the […]

Restaurants in London

It’s a family affair at Villiers in Covent Garden

Villiers Street, which leads up from the Embankment to the Strand, has always been famous in my mind for Gordon’s Wine Bar which I have visited many times. It’s said to be the oldest wine bar in London, established in 1890 and it’s been family-owned since it opened. Clearly family businesses abound in Covent Garden…who’d […]

Travel in Asia, Uncategorized

Where to eat in Kata, Phuket

As you can imagine, in a country known for its fabulous food, there are plenty of restaurants to try. Deciding where to eat dinner every night is the biggest challenge when you’re on holiday in Thailand, which should make you realise how amazing your holiday is going to be. Kata is teaming at night with […]