Steam and Ryeâ€™s website describes the bar and restaurant as being an â€˜American dream on British soilâ€™, with its design offering an â€˜over-whelming assault on the sensesâ€™. This is no exaggeration
With so many restaurants and so much choice, its nice every now and then to escape the endless lists and enjoy yourself without having to over-think. A good example is the way that Italian's dine.
Iâ€™ve discovered a pornstar. One of London's finest. And not only does this pornstar give you more than enough pleasure, prosecco is served alongside. Delightful.Â Iâ€™m talking about the cocktail of course.
There probably arenâ€™t many Londoners who havenâ€™t eaten an outstanding number of curries, or regularly visited an Indian restaurant. Every area has its local, most people have a favourite dish â€“ chicken buhna,
Whether you are a regular visitor to Italy, or just have a passion for Italian food and cooking, itâ€™s common knowledge what makes the famous cuisine so good is the quality of ingredients. Forget buying pasta from Sainsburyâ€™s, if you can get the real deal why eat anything less superior?
We all know you can have a cocktail shaken or stirred, but what if you were given the option for your drink to be smoked and steamed, foamed, fizzed or set on fire?
Hailing from Switzerland, Tibits vegetarian restaurant in London is bringing buffet dining with a difference to the city's ever-expanding food scene and my, what an experience it is. The concept? Choose as much or as little as you like from a wide selection of impeccable vegetarian dishes, weigh it, pay it and enjoy.
The Pepper Tree does fantastic Thai Â food in London. Dinners - moist, more-ish Crab and Prawn Dim Sum, spicy Chicken Jungle Curry with the light fragrance of lemongrass, huge bowls of hot & sour Tom Yam Talay, all of which would be reason enough to visit time and time againâ€¦
Be you human or ninja turtle, I think we can all agree that everybody loves pizzaâ€¦ but you donâ€™t need a weekend away in Italy to find a good one.