Gaddi’s deserves every plaudit for a sensational lunch from new chef Xavier Boyer, where a beetroot dish in particular truly takes the breath away.
Although I’m three years late to the party, Serge et Le Phoque still shows the perfect of marriage of France and Japan in a seriously accomplished dinner. So it’s a massive shame they’re closing next year.
Figaro is a compact stage for the seriously talented Jon Irwin to show that an Englishman can match the French at their own game
Imagine you work at Virgin and Richard Branson walks in. Or at the Apple store and the ghost of Steve Jobs makes an appearance. Luckily a very special guest doesn’t put the chef off his game at Upper Modern Bistro.
Le Bistro Wine Beast continues to draw in regulars with good reason; consistently accomplished cooking, warm service and brilliant wines at retail prices. What’s not to love?
Three ridiculously-talented chefs, seven mind-blowing courses and eight Michelin stars make for one very special dinner.
Belon is the newest opening from the always-busy Black Sheep Group, a ‘Neo-Parisian’ bistro on Elgin Street serving up mostly hits in chic surroundings.
Goût de France celebrates French gastronomy with a simultaneous worldwide dinner on March 21st.
‘So I’d like to know when, you got the noooo-tion’. You probably know the rest, involving rocking boats and the Hues Corporation in brilliant lemon jumpsuits: It’s playing as I enter Picnic in Kennedy Town, the first song in an eclectic playlist taking in Elton John, The Carpenters and more. The paint is barely dry (it opened …