Paris Mini-Break

29th November 2016By 4 Comments

 I have an affinity with Paris – it’s where I met my finacé and as a matter of habit, we return every year to the district in which met met and eat at the restaurant we had out first date. (Pass the bucket…) I’ve been to Paris more than a few times and now like to think I have a…

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27th June 2016By 2 Comments

It’s not often you find somewhere that does a cracking Brunch in London, not least of which if you want to steer away from the inherently frequent Fruit Salad, Eggs Benedict and American pancakes of the soggy variety, it’s actually quite a challenge. A part of the Salt Yard Group, Dehesa is by reputation a tapas and charcuterie bar so you’d…

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Blanchette, Soho Review

18th January 2016By 6 Comments

I am by no means a certified candidate to be reviewing French food. My experience, other than that of a charming garden conservatory restaurant in Covent Garden doesn’t surpass much than the odd croque monsieur or moules mariniere. That being said, my under qualified approach to the French cuisine needn’t be blamed on inexperience but rather poor choices. When faced with a more than substantial…

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