Tag: hummus

Berenjak

Berenjak

You hear the most interesting things sometimes at restaurants.  And no, this is not from the other patrons but instead the staff.  I try not to be purposely nosy but when people insist on having a conversation at increasing volumes right next to me I […]

Honey and Spice

Honey and Spice

The mind is a fascinating thing.  It can convince ourselves that the bad is good, the good is bad and make a mockery of the middle.  It can also confabulate tastes, seemingly tasting things which aren’t there or ignoring the obvious.  Sometimes a bit of […]

Tabun Kitchen

Tabun Kitchen

We had previously been invited to try Tabun Kitchen before.  It would be nice to see how they had developed.  The event on offer was a press dinner for the release of their Christmas menu (available to view here).  As the office seems to slowly be […]

Tabun Kitchen

Tabun Kitchen

Tabun.  I wonder if the owners know what tabun means in Japanese.  It means maybe.  So maybe kitchen, an interesting choice to name your eatery.  I guess it makes it easy for waiters to respond to questions about food.   Customer: How is your kofta? […]

Yosma

Yosma

Yosma.  Sounds like a type of vulgarity. You Yosma.  How could you be so Yosma. Actually, it seems that the real meaning is far more mundane.  It’s a Turkish name. So anyhow, with such angst unloaded, it was time to try the food.  In rather […]