Posts By: Denice Arnesen

Review: The Phoenix Artist Club

Lamb rump - The Phoenix Artist Club

Tucked away underneath the Phoenix Theatre in the heart of London’s West End, you will find the famous Phoenix Artist Club. This charming restaurant and bar just so happens to be down the same side street as the opening sequence of Harry Potter, and is frequented by several famous faces from London’s theatre scene. Read more…

Review: Steak & wine at Hanger Steakhouse

Pichana asada - Hanger Steakhouse

Just before the rain came rushing down on a humid but cloudy London, we marched along Fulham Broadway ready for a meaty feast at the cool and casual Hanger Steakhouse.
Entrance to Hanger Steakhouse
Greeted at the door by the very friendly restaurant manager Jan, we were swiftly seated at our table by the window for an evening filled with good food and wine. Read more…

Bringing Tuscany to Chiswick at Villa di Geggiano

As a lover of Italian food, and the odd Italian tipple, the menu at Villa di Geggiano in Chiswick was certainly enticing. With many ingredients specifically imported from the villa in Tuscany, we had a feeling that we were heading for a very special evening.
The lounge before dinner
Upon arrival, we were welcomed by the lovely Gordon and Ilona with a glass of chilled prosecco. Read more…

Floating 3 Courses & Free-Flowing Prosecco at R.S. Hispaniola

What better for an early London autumnal evening than a London Restaurant Festival menu at an out-of-the-ordinary venue. Our vessel for the evening came in the form of a London landmark for the last 30 years, the R.S. Hispaniola. The permanently moored restaurant ship at Victoria Embankment offers a one-of-a-kind river view of Parliament and the London Eye, so I jumped at the opportunity to visit. Read more…