Restaurant Reviews

ANGLO@TRADE revisited

11/03/2020 by .

The last time I reviewed ANGLO@TRADE I raved about it. I loved the concept of a private members club exclusively for the hospitality trade, opening its doors to the public for dinner on Saturday nights.

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Field of Light at Sensorio, Paso Robles 

Field of Light offers visitors one more reason to take the 101 coastal freeway from Los Angeles to San Francisco rather than the slightly shorter inland route and make an unforgettable mid-point overnight stop.

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The Wellington Restaurant, London

The Wellington is a club with quite the storied past. Formerly in Knightsbridge, its membership list read like a celebrity who’s who and was famously where Lord Lucan had a final tipple before vanishing.

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Church Road

With all the good restaurants in central London, a neighbourhood eatery has to be something special to attract outsiders onto an Overground and a bus to join the chattering classes during the dinner hour. 

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Pomona’s Restaurant, Notting Hill

Here the presentation and execution have both been spot-on and the mix of flavours has been subtle yet sophisticated

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Mushroom feast at Carluccio’s

His legacy lives on in his cookbooks and a special seasonal mushroom menu at Carluccio’s, the nationwide restaurant chain which continues to bear his name l

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Terra Terra Italian Restaurant, London

Set over two floors the main restaurant is topside, a smart modern layout with an open bakery at one assaulting us with the arousing aroma of freshly baked bread and Tuscan oil.

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