Being massive fans of casual dining and Vietnamese food, it was only a matter of time before Townfish went down to check out the latest offerings at Pho and Bun in Chinatown
Personally, I am more of a restaurant kind of person than the type to frequent bars and pubs. Rowdy and crowded are words that spring to mind, but a recent visit to Archer Street was a complete breath of fresh air
You can really appreciate how far culinary menus have developed in the past few years when you walk into a Nikkei restaurant like Chotto Matte in Soho and actually salivate over their vegetarian tasting menu
One of the most frequently asked questions as a restaurant reviewer is which restaurant is your favourite in London? One of the top choices I often answer with is Encant on Maiden Lane
Unless you've been living under a rock, you will not have missed the Hawaiian craze that has invaded London
Six Storeys is such a fantastic concept, you wonder why other venues haven't formulated similar ideas
There have been many high-concept ideas launching in London: cereal cafes and pop-up selling tinned fish. The latest has arrived in the form of HIPCHIPS
Most Londoners know of DSTRKT as an incredibly famous nightclub graced by A to Z list celebrities; however their restaurant is less well-known
Column inches have been written about the death of Soho and the lack of a sense of community in the area.
The concept is ingeniously simple: Mister Lasagna is London's first specialist lasagna restaurant serving 21 type of lasagna.
Izayaka is the Japanese word for an informal drinking establishment. However, the food plays an important role at Izayakas.
Chinatown has gone through somewhat of a revival in recent years. Newer restaurants that have opened have spent considerable budgets on achieving a modern design and look
I don't normally start off a review with an obituary, but the recent passing of Prady Balan reminds us of the tremendous work he has contributed to the restaurant scene in London and across the world.
With the popularity of burger restaurants in Central London, you do have to wonder if one day there will be more of them than our iconic British pubs. Having a unique selling point is crucial to stand out in this crowded market place.
There has been many rags to riches stories for hip food stall owners who have become restauranteurs writing their own cookbooks and having their own business. Thom and James Elliott are perhaps one of the most well-known ones.
In recent years, there has been a steady stream of Japanese restaurateurs braving the convoluted world of the London restaurant scene.