Last week my pal Rosie and I visited the basement of The Blue Posts in Soho to eat at Evelyn’s Table. Rosie had already been a couple of months previously and was the one who had insisted we make a reservation; apparently it had been sensationally, jaw-droppingly, shit-tittingly fantastic, even though she got so drunk that […]
It was only a matter of time, but someone has gone and done a Harry Potter-themed magical yet unbranded wizarding world type afternoon tea. And not just any someone – you’ll find it at my number one favourite London bakery, Cutter & Squidge. (I buy a lot of birthday cakes from there and they are freakin’ […]
When it comes to eating out, sometimes the occasion calls for something a little bit fancy, even if your bank balance is calling for a Boots meal deal. In the spirit of compromise, here are ten of London’s best tasting menus under fifty quid, with the lowest starting at just £25 a head.
Emily Gibson / Dates, Eat, Impulse Friendly, Indoors, London, Organised Fun, Vegetarian, £££ / central London, dates, dining out, healthy, london eating, set menu, Southbank, Vegan, Vegetarian / 0 Comments
After a disastrous evening out at Fed By Water, a really shit vegan pizzeria, I was reluctant to go out and spend my money on any more animal-free food.
Emily Gibson / Dates, Eat, Impulse Friendly, London, Mates, Organised Fun, ££ / Borough, British, dates, dining, dining out, dinner, eating, eating out, going out, London, london bridge, quirky, small plates, south london, Southwark / 2 Comments
A review of Lupins, London Bridge, or, ‘How I Learned To Stop Thinking Of Spring Onions As Garnish & Realised Their True Potential With A Deep Fat Fryer’.
Emily Gibson / Eat, Organised Fun, ££££ / central London, cocktails, covent garden, dates, dining, dining out, eating, eating out, French, London, lunch, luxury, quirky dates, restaurant review, restaurant reviews, restaurants, review, reviews, special occasions, unusual, west end / 1 Comment
The Squash. The Beef. The Tart. It read like a haiku from a Post-Modernist remake of Beauty and the Beast, but it was, in fact, my lunch.
Emily Gibson / Dates, Eat, Impulse Friendly, Indoors, London, Mates, Mums, Organised Fun, £££ / Canary Wharf, dates, dining, dining out, dinner, east london, eating, eating out, going out, high rise, Isle of Dogs, locally sourced, London, special occasions, views / 0 Comments
I’ve always thought that if Leicester Square is London’s bumhole and Victoria its armpit – albeit a recently groomed, freshly deodorised one, in light of its recent reno – then Canary Wharf is its prosthetic thumb. Grey, functional and conspicuously lacking in anything that resembles a personality, it is populated by besuited unsmiling types who, without […]
Emily Gibson / Brunch, Dates, Eat, Impulse Friendly, London, Mates, Organised Fun / Basque, brunch, central London, dates, dining out, eating, eating out, going out, London, luxury, quirky dates, restaurant review, restaurant reviews, restaurants, review, reviews, Spanish, special occasions, unusual, west end / 1 Comment
The problem with being a thrice-Michelin starred chef is that, naturally, everyone assumes that everything with your name attached to it will be the absolute best thing they’ve ever eaten.
Emily Gibson / Drink, Eat, Indoors, Mates, Mums, Organised Fun, £££ / central London, Chiswick, dates, dining, dining out, dinner, drinking, eating, eating out, Farringdon, going out, King's Cross, London, Marylebone, restaurant review, restaurant reviews, restaurants, review, reviews, Soho, west end, wine / 0 Comments
Food trends come and go, but Vinoteca remains an old favourite. Especially when you can get up to 60% off Burgundy, Bordeaux and champagne…