The time has come to share a secret with you, admittedly a secret I haven’t been very good at keeping (a quick look at my Instagram and Twitter timelines will give it away)…it’s my latest addiction to Kurobuta London.
Kurobuta is a contemporary Japanese bar & grill founded in 2013 by Australian Chef Scott Hallsworth (ex Head Chef at Nobu). The all-day menu of tapas-style dishes is inspired by the Izakayas of Japan and by Scott’s passion for pushing gastronomic boundaries and giving Japanese classics a contemporary, sometimes Western, twist.
I want to rave… Continue reading
Where is the most unusual place you’ve ever had dinner at? For me it was a historic 1969 Victoria Line tube carriage for the Basement Galley supper club in London .
The Basement Galley is one of many supper clubs you can book in London, but it certainly stands out for its unique location. The old tube carriage, which used to run on the Victoria line from Walthamstow to Brixton, is now parked at the Pumphouse Transport Museum.
The museum in Walthamstow isn’t the easiest place to find, especially if you are a south… Continue reading
The Florence is an urban country pub in the heart of Herne Hill, a south London neighbourhood loved by many (including me) for its village feel, independent shops, Sunday market and beautiful Brockwell Park.
When I received the invite to review the restaurant I jumped at the chance to try their Sunday Roast and spend a Sunday afternoon in this part of London.
The child-friendly and dog-friendly space is a favourite in the Herne Hill community and today it looks better than ever following an extensive refurbishment.
The pub re-opened at the end of November with… Continue reading