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Review: The Treby Arms, Devon

The Treby Arms, near Plympton in Devon is run by husband and wife team Anton and Clare Piotrowski. Some may remember Anton from the 2012 masterchef series which he won in style, and since then has gone on to bigger and better things, gaining a michelin star at his Devon pub. 525 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Hong Kong’s best: Inside the World’s Inexpensive Michelin-star Restaurant

Good things come to those who wait. It was what I said to console myself after patiently waiting for almost two hours for my number to be called. 299 more words

Review: Simpsons

Last year the prestigious Simpsons Restaurant in Edgabaston, Birmingham underwent something of a renovation. Previously sitting firmly in what one might call the old school fine dining camp, all white linen table cloths and formality, the revamp has taken the restaurant to a new level. 882 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Usuki Fugu Yamadaya

Fugu has never been a favourite fish of mine. My first experience with fugu was in 2012. It was in Beijing, and I did not think much of it. 411 more words


Second Meal at Ryugin

Ryugin was supposed to be the highlight of our trip, but the service let us down significantly.

I wrote in 2014 that this was undoubtedly my favourite restaurant in the whole entire Japan. 322 more words


Hakodate: Fumoto

Probably one of the worst service in a Michelin-Starred restaurant, and that was all thanks to the lady boss of Fumoto and their serving speed. 465 more words


Hakodate: Tempura Tazawa

I’m guessing that Tazawa-san has been cooking tempura since he could held a frying pan because even our 60-year old okami at Wakamatsu Ryokan nodded agreeably when we told her that we were dining at Tempura Tazawa. 323 more words