Posts Categorized: London

Review: Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

A restaurant so hotly anticipated that every food critic in London cannot keep their pens off it, naturally we could not help but give it a try. Star-studded chef Gordon Ramsay brought his Japanese-style eatery dream to life within the former maze walls and with his last UK opening being Union Street Café in 2013, a newbie in his restaurant fleet was long overdue. Read more…

The Best Tasting Menus in London

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Why try one dish when you can sample pretty much everything in the kitchen? Wave goodbye to FOMO, throw restraint out the window, and tuck into some of the capital’s finest multiple-course masterpieces. From some of the cheapest tasting menus in London, to some of the most lavish, trendy to sophisticated, French to Indian, we’ve got it covered. Read more…

Gordon Ramsay Restaurants

Savoy Grill Gordon Ramsay Restaurants

Famous the world over, Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant empire includes some of London’s most sought-after spots, from Michelin-starred dining in Knightsbridge, to dinner at The Savoy, via a secret garden in Battersea. Sample them all for yourself with our roundup of Gordon Ramsay restaurants. Read more…

Green Room at The Curtain

Once I’d heard there was an opportunity to review the new afternoon tea offering at Green Room, in the gorgeous, 5-star The Curtain hotel, I jumped at the chance. Located on Curtain road in Shoreditch, this hotel screams elegance.
Green Room offers 2 options, afternoon tea, or if you want to treat yourself, champagne afternoon tea. Read more…

Review: The Coral Room afternoon tea

I love an afternoon tea. Nothing feels more indulgent than tiny sandwiches, dainty cakes and scones in the middle of the afternoon, so I was excited about sampling The Coral Room Sparkling Afternoon Tea. Nestled inside the Bloomsbury Hotel, The Coral Room is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of central London, and definitely a sight for sore eyes. Read more…

Pisqu – a review

Peruvian cuisine is on the rise within the UK, noticeably through clusters of restaurants within London, and the use of Peruvian ingredients being heralded as ‘superfoods’ and cementing themselves as staple ingredients in pre-packaged lunches for those looking to eat green/lean/whatever the latest word for it is. Pisqu, however, offers Peruvian cuisine with more style than most. Read more…