Us Brits love a queue. It’s just as well, as every good no bookings cheap eat restaurant seems to have one.
I am not a massive fan, though. 374 more words
In times past, exotic ingredients from far-off lands were a powerful selling point on any menu. Nowadays, diners are far more likely to seek out establishments that feature ingredients sourced as locally as possible, and it is a rare restaurant that doesn’t highlight its regional produce. 1,008 more words
With a new branch in Mayfair opening its doors, Roka is once again the destination Japanese restaurant in town. The famed robata grill and seductive atmosphere has long been pleasing the customers, but after going to the original Roka on Charlotte Street a couple of weeks ago, I felt it was lacking in that slick, buzzing city atmosphere that you associate with restaurants like Zuma and Hakkasan. 742 more words