• Restaurant reviews

    Ormer Restaurant by Shaun Rankin, Jersey, Review

    by  • 02/10/2013 • Photoblog, Restaurant reviews • 1 Comment

    Cherry souffle with pistachio ice cream, Ormer by Shaun Rankin, Jersey

    7-11 Don Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4TQ www.ormerjersey.com Velvety cerulean blue banquettes, mikado hued leather chairs and earthy wooden panelling sets the scene for Ormer, Shaun Rankin’s new restaurant on the island of Jersey. Opened just a little over five months ago, the breakfast, lunch and dinner services are all running ship shape. Perhaps that’s why it’s...

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    Sanderson Hotel Mad Hatter’s Tea Review

    by  • 13/04/2013 • Photoblog, Restaurant reviews • 1 Comment

    Plate setting, Mad Hatters Tea Party, Sanderson

    Sanderson Hotel, 50 Berners St, London W1T 3NG www.sandersonlondon.com Mad Hatter’s Tea, served in the courtyard of Sanderson Hotel, is a collaboration between the five star establishment and Luna & Curious, a curiosity boutique based in Shoreditch. The setting, the crockery and the food will all convince you that you’re in Wonderland. Rolled sandwiches, sweet...

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    London Malmaison Brasserie, Farringdon, Review

    by  • 04/04/2013 • Restaurant reviews • 0 Comments

    Tuna Ceviche with green papaya salad, London Malmaison Brasserie

    London Malmaison, 18-21 Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6AH The impressive façade of the Malmaison Hotel holds court in its own secluded square; serenely picturesque in the centre of the City, around the corner from the hustle and bustle of Smithfield meat market. The alluring scents of Sunday roast or freshly baked bread will occasionally drift up...

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    Aurelia, Mayfair, Review

    by  • 28/03/2013 • Restaurant reviews • 0 Comments

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    14 Cork St  City of Westminster, W1S 3NS – now closed Just a stone’s throw from the Royal Academy is Aurelia London, a Mediterranean restaurant nestled in the heart of Mayfair. The restaurant is named after Via Aurelia, the historic route which spanned across the Mediterranean, from Rome down to Santiago de Compostela. The food pays...

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