England

The Boathouse Cafe. Plymouth

07/08/2014 by .

Eating a deliciously  fresh lemon sole by Sutton harbour and the mouth of the River Plym with the sun shining on the water,  was a great way to first experience the much underrated city of Plymouth.   It was there that I met Ben Squire, owner of The Boathouse Cafe who told me his own story.

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Ford Farm cheeses. Smoked cheese has never tasted so good.

03/07/2014 by .

You can shout about cheese all you want to because let’s face it with so much choice around we all have our favourite types. Some cheese snobs might argue you can’t beat a strong stilton, a runny brie or a creamy camembert, but sorry cheese snobs you most surely can. England can proudly boast a fine cheese-making heritage and you won’t find a better example than Ford Farm cheeses. Smoked cheese has never tasted so good.

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Seven Park Place by William Drabble. London

30/05/2014 by .

Tucked away in a cul-de-sac in London’s Mayfair, lies a Georgian town house with a hell of a history.  The St. James’s Hotel and Club has been the haunt of the rich and famous for over 150 years from Churchill to Sean Connery. But tucked away inside the tucked away hotel is a success story that has taken just 12 months to emerge; Seven Park Place by William Drabble.

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Roux at The Landau

21/02/2014 by .

Considering it was a Thursday night, spare tables at Roux at The Landau, the signature restaurant at The Langham Hotel in Portland Place were few and far between. Perhaps it was a busy night at the BBC studios just opposite, or perhaps the draw of the 5 course tasting menu for £65 was too irresistible.

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The Bingham – Mark Jarvis’s Three Course Market Lunch Menu launches at just £15 per head

14/01/2014 by .

The Bingham, – a beautifully restored Georgian Townhouse overlooking the river Thames – is celebrating it’s 30th Birthday this year.

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Ergon Greek Restaurant

14/01/2014 by .

Cool and sleek is not the look that normally comes to mind when  you think of London Greek restaurants, which tend to be cosy and distinctly folksy.

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