“The ox is one of those plentiful beasts who just keeps on giving. If we’re not using it for ploughing or threshing, then it’s pulling carts in India. If you’re not in India, then you’re probably eating the thing alongside a glass of Châteauneuf-du-Pâpe.”
Inconspicuously tucked in to a corner of one Watergate Bay’s pay and display car parks, Fifteen Cornwall is all wood...
Although the name of the restaurant puts me in mind of the British Olympic team or the high speed train about to tear...
How far would you travel for a decent Sunday lunch? One hundred miles is the furthest I’ve gone. With the plethora...
Julie Griffiths (mother-in-law to Lily Allen) has been proprietor of the Sir Charles Napier for over 35 years, and one gets a sense that her life revolves around being there every evening for service. In all the times I’ve dined there, only once has she been absent – dedication that [...]Read more ›
“Edinburgh was freezing the night I headed to the Scotch Malt Whisky Society on Queen Street. I’d spent 15 minutes slipping and scuffing my way down tall hills in too-tall heels, wishing we had opted for a cab instead.”Read more ›
“As you enter the Brasserie you will be greeted by a perfectly polished staff member, who leads you through the spacious dining room, filled with railway-era accents: polished steel railings, cobalt blue booths, mahogany chairs and slate floors.”Read more ›