Restaurant Review: Kitchen Table by James Knappett

Two MICHELIN Star restaurant Kitchen Table is at the leafy end of foodie’s paradise, Charlotte Street in London and pushing through the first door is like stepping backstage into a dimly lit ‘Green Room’ adorned by fascinating culinary creatures who are there to delight you in the dishes they’ve created.  The room is lined with […]

REVIEW: Pasta Master at Cafe Murano Pastificio

If you’d walked past Cafe Murano Pastificio in Covent Garden recently you might have thought you’d spotted artist Christo remaking his vivid saffron-yellow The Floating Piers. What you would have seen is actually an unintentional attempt to create the longest lasagne sheet. Who knew you could have this much fun with just two eggs, flour, a couple […]

FOOD REVIEW: A syrupy homage to Lyle’s of Shoreditch

My dinner find of the moment in London is Lyle’s in the Tea Building, Shoreditch. It’s good for the right reason – the food.   I quite like the idea of a no-choice daily menu, and reasonable-enough sounding at £44 per head, although factor in great wine and you are looking at double that. The bill […]