After a busy Spring, I decided to take it easy this summer and spend more time in London, exploring the city, catching up friends and of course eating out. I eat out in London a lot and one of the best meal I had in the last two months was a Chinese feast at Min Jiang in Kensington. This restaurant, on the 10th floor of The Royal Garden Hotel, was a wonderful discovery and I am happy to share it with you.
I was invited to Min Jiang along with… Continue reading
Not many London restaurants can boast a view as spectacular as the one you get from the city’s highest brasserie, Darwin Brasserie located on the 36th floor of the Sky Garden. A few weeks ago I visited the restaurant for a Sunday lunch with my friend Mike (@qmike) and to sample their new summer brunch menu.
I live in Clapham, a residential neighbourhood in south west London that offers a lot of choices for eating out (independent cafés and chains). On Saturdays and Sundays, locals come out en masse to have brunch on the high street or in Clapham Old Town, on Abbeville Road or on Battersea Rise. There are some good brunch options around the Clapham Common park, but when it comes to coffee the standards seem to decline a little bit… So for me when it comes to having a great brunch with good coffee, there is only one place: Fields Café.