Tag: shrimp

Core

Core

There seems to be something strangely attractive about Notting Hill Gate.  It seems to be running on a different time from the rest of London with stately mansions, high end cars parked on the side of the road and particularly well shod citizens in the […]

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? […]

St John Bread and Wine

St John Bread and Wine

St John is known for starting the nose to tail eating revolution in the UK.  People over here somehow seem to think it is a revolutionary new way to eat.  Yet, I’m sure the peasants in the fields in Middle England could have told the […]

Chakra Kensington

Chakra Kensington

There seems to be word on the street that I detest Indian food.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  What I do detest is bad food, regional derivations discarded.  It wouldn’t make sense for me to torture myself by visiting here and here and […]