Deepest darkest Shepherds Bush will always have a place in my heart: we lived there for eight happy years. Our returning there from Walthamstow is rare. So an invitation to review Bush Hall Dining Rooms was an ideal opportunity to check out our old neighbourhood.
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Yo! Who says kids won’t eat sushi? (via http://dinnerwithcrayons.com)
Maybe it’s the conveyor belt with everything temptingly sliding past. Maybe it’s the bento style plastic boxes that takeaway sushi comes in. My five year old has always been crazy for [Read on...]
I have mused in the past how I virtually have my own parking space at Westfield Stratford. This giant new mall is under 15 minutes from home and one of our most frequent destinations for shopping, dining and entertainment.
So when Westfield invited me to visit a restaurant of my choice to review, there [Read on...]
I’ve only been to Chiquitos once and that was by accident. It was about 1997 and my housemate and I attempted to try out the local Harvester in Ealing Common. For some reason we ended up deviating on the tube to Park Royal and entering the Chiquito next to a multiplex cinema.
I have [Read on...]
Moo Grill is an Argentinian style steak house on the edge of the City of London. We were invited to their new branch in Petticoat Lane market.
Upfront I should admit my knowledge of things Argentine is mostly restricted to the plotline of Evita. A lot of British people used to live in Argentina [Read on...]
We don’t have Buffalo Grill in the UK but if we did, I’d be going. [Read on...]
The web is awash with parent blogger reviews of Frankie and Benny’s right now so I apologise if this is the eleventh review you’ve seen this week. Enticed with vouchers to sample the new menus, I embraced the chance to visit Frankie and Benny’s for the first time in [Read on...]
Dinner with Crayons is my occasional series of weekend child friendly restaurant reviews. Now that the book is mostly finished I hope to be doing them regularly again!
Pizza and pasta are what most people in Britain associate with Italian food and with one or two exceptions, most Italian chains reflect this. Zizzi have taken [Read on...]
Ted and I recently attended a pizza making morning hosted by Nick Coffer of My Daddy Cooks taking place at Fire & Stone in Covent Garden. It was to celebrate the publication of the new My Daddy Cooks book.
Dinner With Crayons is my semi regular weekend series of child friendly restaurant reviews.
Spicy food pushes the boundaries of most toddlers. We’ve done pizza places, burgers, roast dinners. Even sushi. Ted loves strong flavours and has tucked into some Mexican dishes such chicken mole at Wahaca with gusto however [Read on...]