The Bar at Rules

The Bar at Rules

Founded in 1798, and serving up classic British food, Rules has long claimed to be London’s oldest restaurants. What’s little known about it is that a few years back the upstairs room was turned into a cocktail bar. It’s quite the secret little cocktail bar. The menu contains the usual mix of classics and house…

Set Lunching at Tredwell's

Set Lunching at Tredwell's

The venue for lunch was to be Tredwell’s, one of Marcus Wareing’s fine restaurants. Tredwell’s offers “relaxed fine dining” and was the winner of the AA Restaurant of the Year Award 2015. It’s now under chef-patron Chantelle Nicholson, who has been working with Marcus Wareing since 2006. By the way, Chantelle recently released a fantastic…

Bodean’s

Bodean’s

I’ve been eating at various Bodean’s BBQ restaurants for years, and they have just introduced a deal between 12-5pm, for a whole rack of ribs, chips and coleslaw for £10. I was going to see my friends screening of her music documentary, Bunch of Kunst, at Rough Trade East, so decided to take advantage of…

Flat Iron

Flat Iron

The perfect place for a juicy steak at a great price. No reservations are taken at any of their five venues, so its rock up and see; if there’s no room add yourself to the list and head to the pub. What makes Flat Iron isn’t just the price and quality, but the attention to…

Brunching Balthazar Style

Brunching Balthazar Style

While Balthazar may have started life on the other side of the Atlantic, as soon as you step through the doors in Covent Garden, you are transported straight to Paris, with high ceilings, wooden tables, red leather seating and brass railings – all the quintessential hallmarks of Parisian bistro interior design. Brunch here is served…