Seven Dials Market

Seven Dials Market

After the rather inept opening of Market Hall Canary Wharf, I needed a bit of persuading to try another London collective eating environment. Market Hall Canary Wharf marketed itself heavily, yet when I arrived on opening day, they kept me waiting for 30 minutes as 

Cafe East

Cafe East

I have been remiss in not publishing a review of Cafe East as I first came here over a decade ago.  It was dirtier (but cheaper) then.  It is now much spruced up, so not as dependent on word of mouth for business.  It actually 

Benares

Benares

In my morbid moments, I wonder what my epitaph should read.  What I would not like it to say is “started off so well…”. However, perhaps that might be fitting for the tombstones of some restaurants. Bernares was the epitome of a high end Mayfair 

Petrus

Petrus

I approached Petrus with trepedition. The last time I had eaten at one of Gordon’s more upmarket places (Royal Hospital Road), I was told (rather rudely) that I was not allowed to take photos.  Even though I went for the full taster menu as a 

Lima

Lima

When I was in Peru, I was astounded by the food on offer. I was hoping to re-live this in London given that South America is probably out of reach for travel for the moment.  So to satisfy my hunger for such regional treats, I