Acorn Aperitivo

Acorn Aperitivo

International award-winning bartender, Rich Wood is at the forefront of modern cocktail development bringing new flavours concepts and processes to the art of mixology. His new book The Cocktail Guy features 70 of his unique recipes along side guides on the elements of a cocktail, from the ice, to the traditional mixing equipment, and modern…

St John

St John

It is ‘simply’ the home of nose to tail eating in the Western world, the movement and approach to cooking reestablished and championed by the globally revered Fergus Henderson. His kitchen has seen many of the head chefs of London’s best restaurants and gastro pubs like the Anchor & Hope pass through it, learning and…

Simpson's Tavern

Simpson's Tavern

Simpson’s Tavern is certainly not a new restaurant; it’s an old style Victorian chophouse. It was founded in 1757 by Thomas Simpson on its current site in the City of London. So while I refer to it as a Victorian Chophouse, as that is very much what it is, Simpson’s really has its roots in…

Caramelized Red Onion Manhattan

Caramelized Red Onion Manhattan

International award-winning bartender, Rich Wood is at the forefront of modern cocktail development bringing new flavours concepts and processes to the art of mixology. His new book The Cocktail Guy features 70 of his unique recipes along side guides on the elements of a cocktail, from the ice, to the traditional mixing equipment, and modern…

Darbaar: Royal Indian Cuisine

Darbaar: Royal Indian Cuisine

The open secret of Indian restaurants in the UK is that most are actually Bangladeshi and, for every decent Indian restaurant, there are tens that are serving up poor quality dishes swimming in grease. On top of that, half the dishes are invented for the British market and at times the colour is artificially boosted.…