Review: Robin Gill’s The Dairy

Location: 15 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, London SW4 0HY http://www.the-dairy.co.uk “The Michelin-star-standard bistro that serves palate pleasing surprises!” The Dairy has been on my foodie hit list long before Time Out labelled it one of London’s top 10 restaurants. Out of the blues I got  asked by a fellow foodie whether I’d like the idea of…

Restaurant review: Grain Store, KX

Location: Granary Square, Kings Cross, London http://www.grainstore.com “Serving vegetarian dishes that even meat lovers approve!” Grain Store has been on my foodie hit list for a long time. I’ve heard good things about it. However, being the burger-loving, meat eating carnivore that I am, I was somewhat skeptical about how much I would actually enjoy this…

“Roti” from the authentic Roti King

The humble Roti According Wikipedia: Roti is generally an Indian bread, made from stoneground wholemeal flour, traditionally known as atta flour, that originated and is consumed in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Roti also means bread in Malay. It is a famous local dish with many variation. Typically found in Malay / Indian restaurants…

3 burgers in 1 week!

Is there such a thing as “all-burgered-out”? Not sure if it applies to me I went to 3 different places and had 3 very different burgers. The familiar (and much loved) – Patty and Bun (James Street, West End) The new contender – Bukowski (Brixton Market) The chain – Byron (Kingston) Patty and Bun What can I say?…

Restaurant review: Barnyard

Charlotte Street (near Godge St Station), Londonwww.barnyard-london.com This is my second attempt to Ollie Dabbous’ brain child. Very pleased to get a decent table on the upper deck of this little restaurant. Barnyard is strategically located on Charlotte Street, packed with trendy restaurants, frequented by foodies and central London workers alike.  The quirky, “barnyard” deco…