I found that most British restaurants’ strong point lies in main dishes and by the time starters are considered let’s just say their freezers are brimming with bits and pieces that need chucking in the deep fat fryer. Far Eastern restaurants are especially guilty of serving greasy starters and in this light Pho is a […]
Most of the time when you think of an Indian restaurant in the UK, you think of a long narrow space where all the tables are lined up against the wall sardine-style, which makes for very cramped eating.
One mind-blowing bite of Prawn, Snapper and Watermelon Ceviche (£9.50) made me realise how lacklustre the Salmon Ceviche was at my Cabana review meal.
There is a reason London is considered one of the greatest gastronomical cities in the world today.
Someone once described Fox & Anchor’s food to me: it’s like your grandmother’s old-fashioned cooking – humble and generous.
I am completely biased. There, I said it.