We think, arguably, the greatest restaurant on the planet. This place hums like a finely tuned orchestra…mesmerising.
Interesting: when menus presented, the waiter asked “who is the host”? Most restaurants assume the man. “Times, they are a changing”. Dylan obviously dined here.
Second seating at 9:30pm…and humming? Wowl Continue reading Restaurant Gordon Ramsay 👍👍👍👍👍
Posh, Kensington dining room with all the trimmings. Mostly business people chatting about, no doubt, important matters. M bought J a nice, casual shirt with a collar on the walk to the restaurant. Still under-dressed, but fine. Continue reading Marcus 👍👍👍👍👍
We were lazily wandering around the southeast neighborhoods along the Thames one late Saturday morning seeking a sip ‘n snack venue. Althought the riverfront was inviting, the weather – as often is the case in London – was less so.
We veered off the eiver path down Bermondsey Street, which is chock-a-block full of intriguing, small neighborhood feeling eateries.
A quick review of menus and wine lists landed us in the open air kitchen of Zucca. Continue reading Zucca 👍👌
Dating back to 1819, the Cannizaro House (now part of the Hotel du Vin Group) is nestled in 34 acres of Cannizaro Park near Wimbledon Common, and 30 minutes from London. If the City’s hotel prices and commotion are a bit too much, but you want to be close, this is an ideal spot to hang out for a few days.
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