Posts Tagged: steak

Restaurant Review: Osteria Antica Bologna, Clapham

Having recently moved to Clapham, I have decided to explore the local food offering, and what better place to start than Northcote Road. Stretching from Clapham Common to Wandsworth, Northcote Road is a thriving hub of young professionals in the

Restaurant Review: Osteria Antica Bologna, Clapham

Having recently moved to Clapham, I have decided to explore the local food offering, and what better place to start than Northcote Road. Stretching from Clapham Common to Wandsworth, Northcote Road is a thriving hub of young professionals in the

Restaurant Review: Brasserie Blanc, London – Spring/Summer menu revisit

Spring has sprung at Brasserie Blanc, with a new menu to celebrate the arrival of warmer weather. The classics remain, but earthy autumn mushrooms and hearty winter stews have been replaced by colourful and fruity salads, grilled fish and spring

Restaurant Review: Brasserie Blanc, London – Spring/Summer menu revisit

Spring has sprung at Brasserie Blanc, with a new menu to celebrate the arrival of warmer weather. The classics remain, but earthy autumn mushrooms and hearty winter stews have been replaced by colourful and fruity salads, grilled fish and spring

Restaurant Review: Ceviche, Soho, London

Knowing little to nothing about Peruvian food, I ventured into Andina a couple of months ago expecting to devour giant plates of grilled red meat, slathered in spicy sauce, imagining the food to be much akin to the Brazilian joints

Restaurant Review: Ceviche, Soho, London

Knowing little to nothing about Peruvian food, I ventured into Andina a couple of months ago expecting to devour giant plates of grilled red meat, slathered in spicy sauce, imagining the food to be much akin to the Brazilian joints

Restaurant Review: Andina, Shoreditch, London

Peruvian is one of the latest cuisines to hit London, first making waves in 2012 when the likes of Coya and Lima opened their doors to inquisitive Londoners. Andina is a relatively new kid on the scene, and what better

Restaurant Review: Andina, Shoreditch, London

Peruvian is one of the latest cuisines to hit London, first making waves in 2012 when the likes of Coya and Lima opened their doors to inquisitive Londoners. Andina is a relatively new kid on the scene, and what better

Restaurant Review: Brasserie Blanc, Charlotte Street, London

‘I am often asked what defines Brasserie Blanc. Well, if Le Manoir is a delicate waltz then the Brasseries are a lively can-can. The brasserie is not about refined haute cuisine. Instead, it’s a place for relaxed enjoyment where we

Restaurant Review: Brasserie Blanc, Charlotte Street, London

‘I am often asked what defines Brasserie Blanc. Well, if Le Manoir is a delicate waltz then the Brasseries are a lively can-can. The brasserie is not about refined haute cuisine. Instead, it’s a place for relaxed enjoyment where we

Restaurant Review: Le Mercury & La Petite Auberge, Islington, London

You can’t get a good meal in London for a tenner. Flat iron was the first to change this, with their not-to-shabby steak and salad, served up for a single bill price. And I’ve now discovered a host of Islington-based

Restaurant Review: Le Mercury & La Petite Auberge, Islington, London

You can’t get a good meal in London for a tenner. Flat iron was the first to change this, with their not-to-shabby steak and salad, served up for a single bill price. And I’ve now discovered a host of Islington-based

Restaurant Review: Le Carré Bleu, Cagnes sur Mer, France

This year I returned to France’s beautiful southern coast for a summer of fun, after several years of absence (which had certainly made my heart grow stronger). As tradition dictated, my friend and I spent a morning at the beach

Restaurant Review: Le Carré Bleu, Cagnes sur Mer, France

This year I returned to France’s beautiful southern coast for a summer of fun, after several years of absence (which had certainly made my heart grow stronger). As tradition dictated, my friend and I spent a morning at the beach

Restaurant Review: The Grocer, Old Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch, London

With a true ‘fresh from the market’ feel, The Grocer serves up fine British pub grub in a light and airy space at Old Spitalfields Market in London’s trendy Shoreditch. Floor to ceiling glass walls allow diners to watch the

Restaurant Review: The Grocer, Old Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch, London

With a true ‘fresh from the market’ feel, The Grocer serves up fine British pub grub in a light and airy space at Old Spitalfields Market in London’s trendy Shoreditch. Floor to ceiling glass walls allow diners to watch the

Restaurant Review: Flat Iron, Soho, London

Flat Iron began life as a pop-up in Shoreditch, but as demand for its signature steak grew, the owners decided to settle down in a cosy three-storey joint on Beak Street. Here you can still get steak for only a

Restaurant Review: Flat Iron, Soho, London

Flat Iron began life as a pop-up in Shoreditch, but as demand for its signature steak grew, the owners decided to settle down in a cosy three-storey joint on Beak Street. Here you can still get steak for only a