Posts By: Kimi Marco

First Stop – Searcys St Pancras

Vanilla burnt cream, gooseberry, Scottish shortbread. Searcys St Pancras

King’s Cross St Pancras Station, the central hub of travel in London surrounded by endless shops, The Eurostar and swarms of Harry Potter fans looking for Platform 9 and 3/4. Beyond this however, on the second floor you can also find the incredible Searcys Champagne Bar and Brasserie restaurant. Read more…

Review: winner winner, Chicken Society dinner

Chicken Society Main Course

While everyone knows central London is the hub for funky restaurants and new spots, it is also a pleasure when you find a local gem on your doorstep in the suburbs. Especially when they serve chicken on chicken with a side of chicken!
Chicken Society
Chicken Society, based in Finchley is a cool, trendy spot with a menu based around everyone’s favourite bird. Read more…

Review: Fancy Crab in fancy Marylebone

Main Courses Fancy Crab

The food scene in London seems to have established a new trend of restaurants focusing on one ingredient,  from pizza to steak via tacos, but there’s a new kid on the block and this one is all about crab!
Fancy Crab Open Kitchen
Fancy Crab, located in the equally fancy Marylebone is London’s newest seafood joint and being a lover of ‘The See Food’ diet, anything from under Read more…

Review: WOLF, Stoke Newington

Wolf Restaurant

Being a massive foodie who lives and breathes restaurants, it is no surprise that I have collated a list as long as the river Thames of new, old and recommended food spots in London. At the top of that list for a while now has been Stoke Newington’s neighbourhood restaurant, WOLF. Read more…

Dreaming of a (Marco Pierre) White Christmas 2016

A risotto of smoked haddock, crispy quail’s eggs, spinach

After visiting Marco Pierre White’s Wheeler’s in Threadneedle Street last year for the festive menu, I was extremely excited to try the new Christmas menu for 2016! Just as remembered, the decor with the high ceiling, quirky portraits of Marco himself,  red leather seating and pretty Christmas lights gave a warm, festive feeling when entering the restaurant with a little Marco Pierre Read more…

Sunday Lunching – Townhouse at The Kensington

Dessert Platter - Townhouse

One of the things I love most about the restaurant scene in London is the little hidden gems within the boutique hotels especially around the Kensington area. My friends and I love going for a traditional Sunday pub lunch but sometimes it’s nice to try something a little different. Last weekend I was lucky enough to indulge in the new Sunday lunch menu at The Town House at The Kensington Hotel. Read more…

Dim Sum Master Class at Chinese Cricket Club

Within the London Crown Plaza just across the road from Blackfriars station lies the beautiful Chinese Cricket Club restaurant. Holder of an AA Rosette, this restaurant offers a vast selection of modern Chinese dishes, but above all they are famous for their dim sum, made fresh, on site by an expert dim sum chef, formerly of Hakkasan. Read more…

Italian with a New York Twist in London – Marco’s New York Italian

Marco Pierre White’s Italian heritage merged with his love for New York and devotion to food is the inspiration behind his New York Italian restaurants. We visited the first London site in London Bridge, situated in the Mercure Hotel. Upon arrival we found the staff were extremely helpful and friendly, which continued throughout the entire meal. Read more…