Posts in the Restaurants category

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Afternoon Tea at Dalloway Terrace

Bloomsbury has always been an artistic hub in central London and in the 1900’s leant it’s name to the Bloomsbury Group; a group of artists, creatives and like-minded individuals who used to meet and discuss their mutual interests. In 2017 the meeting place has changed somewhat…a beautiful and utterly Instagrammable space that forms part of… Read more »

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Cherry Blossom Season at Sake No Hana

It’s that time of year again and one of my favourite restaurants, Sake No Hana, is once again in bloom. Every year the Asian restaurant in St James celebrates Sakura, cherry blossoms that flower for a transient period of time in Japan. A gorgeous art installation by celebrated British artist Rebecca Louise Law has been… Read more »

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An Israeli Bottomless Brunch at Bala Baya

I mentioned in a previous post that Mr S is rather mystified by the concept of brunch and he doesn’t quite ‘get’ it. Personally, I think is it even the weekend if you don’t have brunch accompanied by cocktails? Anyway after loving Timmy Green, he’s starting to fall in love with breakfast / lunch hybrid… Read more »

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The Secret Garden Dinner with Champagne Laurent-Perrier at St Ermin’s Hotel

I’m always looking for new and original experiences around London and there’s something rather special going on at the Caxton Grill at the St Ermin’s Hotel. My friends and fellow bloggers, Laura, Gary and I were invited along to try the Secret Garden Dinner with Champagne Laurent-Perrier at the hotel and when a cold glass… Read more »

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Tea and Dim Sum at Hakkasan

One of my favourite parts of going for a feast of Chinese food is the dim sum. Those delicious bite sized morsels which contain a total flavour sensation in just a few mouthfuls – actually I’m quite happy to forgo anything else and just order the dim sum! Yum Cha or a dim sum brunch… Read more »

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Seafood By the River at Rick Stein, Barnes

Last year Mr S and I fell head over heel in love with Cornwall during our stay at the beautiful Scarlet hotel. Part of the reason for this love affair was the incredible food that we tried during our weekend stay in the county especially the fresh fish. One of our favourite restaurants was The… Read more »

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Exploring St Christopher’s Place

Just off the busy pavements of Oxford Street, there’s a secret pathway… Taking you away from the hustle and bustle of London’s busiest shopping street and into an oasis of calm. St Christopher’s Place is a pretty piazza filled with beautiful boutiques and restaurants, pedestrianised pathways and plenty of al fresco dining areas. I’ve been… Read more »

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St James’s Hotel & Club: A Bijoux Beauty in Mayfair

Being such an old city, London has so many fantastic little nooks and crannies to explore. Even in the most central part of town there are mews and lanes with hidden secrets and special places. There’s no doubt that each little corner has a story, something from London’s past, a famous person’s residence or a… Read more »

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Timmy Green: A Brilliant Brunch Spot in Victoria, London

Mr Silver doesn’t understand brunch. He’s always said he doesn’t get the point of a meal that’s cross between breakfast and lunch. But that was before we visited the new Timmy Green at the Nova Building in Victoria and now he finally ‘gets’ brunch. Located in the Nova Building aka the best thing to ever happen… Read more »

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Brilliant Basque Cuisine at Eneko at One Aldwych

One Aldwych has long been one of my favourite hotels in London. I love the super relaxed vibes, the delicious cocktails in the lobby lounge, the beautifully decorated room and their famous film and fizz nights make the perfect date. But the hotel has taken it all up another notch with the reinvention of their… Read more »