Tag: Italian food

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

My return to Fiume at Battersea Power Station

My most-frequented post-lockdown destination this summer has turned out to be Battersea Power Station. It was one of the first places I went as soon as restaurants opened up again. And then as friends read about my initial visit there, they all suggested going there, too. So, not one to let my friends down, I’ve […]

Recipe book review, Recipes

Recipe book: Cooking with Nonna

Today I’m back in the kitchen and I’m transporting you to Italy. Through its food, of course, and delicious dishes from the fabulous book Cooking with Nonna. Italian grandmothers are legendary for their recipes and for passing on their skills and ideas down the generations. My grandmothers and mother were never much into cooking which […]

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 […]

Food and Travel, Travel, Travel in Europe

Great Italian on the river at CottoCrudo in Prague

Dining alfresco at CottoCrudo It’s a cold, dank day in London so I’m transporting myself back to a warm August evening in Prague when we dined on the terrace of CottoCrudo. How I love a bit of al fresco dining. CottoCrudo is in the rather swanky Four Seasons Hotel and the terrace overlooks the Vltava River. […]

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Christmas delights at Spaghetti House

It’s that time of year again – Christmas. Okay it’s only early November but the Christmas lights have been up in London for some time already and the shops are bulging with decorations, food and ideas to make it your best Christmas ever. All that sort of stuff. For me the best part of Christmas […]

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Tasty Italian and a warm welcome at C’Alice

So today we’re dining out in Fulham. Fulham sits on the north bank of the River Thames, between Putney and Chelsea and is an elegant area of London teaming with stylish shops, bars and restaurants. Historically half of Fulham was originally occupied by market gardeners, so a lot of London’s produce came from here – nowadays […]