Tanya Gold 11 August 2018 9:00 AM 11 August 2018 9:00 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Temper is a new pizza restaurant in Mercers Walk, Covent Garden, and it is as glib and polished as you could wish. Temper is the third of that name; it follows restaurants in the City of London and Soho, which served BBQ and breads, and did them well enough to merit a sister. (The founding chef, Neil Rankin, was at Barbecoa, Jamie Oliver’s failed meat barn in Piccadilly.) It lives on the ground floor of what appears to be a new building, or development, made of bright orange bricks, with bright green false balconies, above an L-shaped court that runs from Mercer Street to Langley Street. On the ground floor, on pale grey tiles, is written the word, in lower case: temper. It’s a good name. It’s an emotion, in a district that once had much — Gin Lane is slightly to the north — but increasingly has none. Almost no one lives in … [Read more...] about Temper, a new pizza restaurant in Covent Garden, land of the itinerant rich
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Out & About Alice Hancock 08 Aug 2018 Read on London’s best chef’s tables Olivia Williams Brixton offers one of London’s most exciting and eclectic food scenes. The main hub of restaurants is to be found in Brixton Village and Market Row, but there are plenty of other great places to try further afield. Here’s a guide to the best of them… In the Village Mamalan (Getty) Salon Brixton If Salon was my local restaurant, I’d be broke. Not because it’s wildly expensive (in fact it’s very good value) but because it demands repeat visits. There’s one menu – offering either four or seven courses – and it changes monthly, with weekly tweaks. When I visited in spring, octopus with monk’s beard and rhubarb sorbet were the order of the day (plus house nduja croquettes). The chirpy team of staff all seem to have eaten at Salon and have come to work there as a result. Surely a good sign. Naughty Piglets … [Read more...] about The best restaurants in Brixton
Shopping is hungry work, right? It's easy enough to burn a few calories walking from shop to shop, trying clothes on, and lugging your new purchases around. Luckily, there are heaps of places to stop off in Highcross if you need to recharge your batteries. The Leicester shopping centre has a range of eateries from fast food outlets to fine dining restaurants. To help you decide where to eat next time you're engaging in a bit of retail therapy, we had a look at TripAdvisor to see which places are most popular with customers. Here are the best and worst restaurants in Highcross, rated from worst to best, according to the review site. 25. McDonald’s #881 out of 1,007 restaurants in Leicester 2.5/5 average review score What reviewers say: "Terrible place." 24. Love Coffee #842 out of 1,007 restaurants in Leicester 3/5 average review score What reviewers say: "Ordered cappuccino, got lukewarm overpriced coffee and a side of cold shoulder from the person behind the counter." 23. … [Read more...] about These are the best and worst restaurants in Highcross
There’s only about a dozen stools and no reservations for diners at the counter of Kiln in Soho, just named as the U.K.’s best restaurant. So expect what can be a wait at peak times to get a lot longer.Kiln, known for guinea fowl jungle curry (£8.50/$11.35) or curried crab, left in its wake three-Michelin-starred establishments such as the Waterside Inn, where you might pay £57 for a starter of pan-fried escalopes of foie gras Grenoble style with caramelized slices of orange. Second place in the Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards went to Sabor, a new tapas bar and grill in Mayfair opened by chef Nieves Barragán, formerly of Barrafina, which won in 2015.Kiln founder Ben Chapman and his team serve a short menu based on Thai regional cuisine, with influences from Myanmar and Yunnan. Most dishes are cooked in an open kitchen using wood-burning ovens and grills.The Chinese restaurant A Wong placed third. Fourth … [Read more...] about These Are the 100 Best Restaurants in the U.K.
Food Alice Hancock 16 Apr 2018 Read on Bristol’s gastronomic revolution Alice Hancock Chelsea is a rarefied end of town. The old streets behind Cheyne Walk and around the Physic Garden are some of London’s most charming, while the King’s Road has for a long time been known as the place to be seen. When it comes to restaurants, cheap eats are fewer and further between than other parts of London, but with hefty prices often comes quality. There’s a notable focus on organic produce and the countryside – possibly testament to Chelsea’s proximity to the M4 headed west. A few of the UK’s best known chefs have set up shop in the area and Chelsea is home to some of the city’s prettiest eateries. As ever, the following list of recommendations is just for starters… Café culture A Daylesford lunch is served (Instagram) Bluebird Bluebird was once an art deco garage owned by 1920s racing legend Sir Malcolm Campbell. … [Read more...] about The best restaurants in Chelsea