I’ve never eaten here but it seems an interesting place, and is reached by a bridge in a corner of Regent’s Canal near Camden.
A little meaty for my tastes, but the interior is certainly set to impress, and the service is impeccable. Located on Berners Street, not far from Oxford Street.
I appreciate that this may just look like a shiny mess of yellow and green things, but I found it quite exciting as it’s the first time outside of China that I’ve had an authentic version of one of my favourite dishes. It’s called ‘North … Continue reading My Old Place – Di San Xian
I’ve walked past My Old Dutch, just off Kensington Hight Street, so many times and have never been in until now. As you would expect, it’s a very Dutch themed pancake restaurant with lots of sweet and savoury options.
Tucked away on Goldhawk Road this Szechuan BBQ place serves up spiced meats and vegetables at cheap prices – 75p per veggie skewer, and 85p per meat skewer. Several warnings are needed though – it’s easy to spend more than you think, and it’s Szechuan … Continue reading Tian Fu Szechuan BBQ
Hiyashi Kazimi. Cold noodles with a cold pouring sauce – lovely for a hot summer day. This was at Koya in Soho, a small Japanese udon noodle restaurant that is so popular you’ll probably end up queuing. Very nice it was too.
Opposite Mornington Crescent tube. A lot of cream, but tasty all the same.
Harwood Arms, Fulham. I don’t know what the thing was under the egg, but it was tasty.
Very tasty and fun to watch being made.