We are what we eat. We are how we eat it. Gastronomy is the most civilised and most intimate pleasure. Judging by the fervour of mosquitos, I am particularly tasty! I work for the capital's top gastronomic companies and a Venetian Countess.
Taking Pleasure Seriously
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GRH: The Ultimate Dining Machine?
WHAT GRIM timing? As my booking at possibly London’s swankiest restaurant matured, the nation declared itself collectively bankrupt. I could...
U.S. in E1
I ATE SO much meat that I think I harmed myself. The venue for this chicken, pork, beef and lamb feast: All-Star Lanes’ ‘Luncheonette’,...
I HAVE attempted some silly things in an effort to triumph a fear of heights. There was the charity skywire from my university library (the only...
Between the Palace and Piccadilly
FROM THE moment my taxi turned into the private road, ‘Dukes Hotel’ swathed me in calm luxury. A commissionaire opened the door into the classy...
WELCOME TO ‘saf’ (seasonal authentic food). This bright, ‘botanical’ restaurant is brought to you by ‘LifeCo’, an organisation which...
Plates out of Patriotism
I REAPED the benefits by taking a Korean to a Korean restaurant. Almost from the start, bright, expressively flavoured appetisers or ‘Banchan’...
The Golden Fleeced Flock
RUMOUR HAS it that ‘The Wolseley’ turns over £10million a year. A few days ago I swapped £20 for breakfast. It takes that every minute....
Thinking Silver, Drinking Gold
I SHOULD have been in Aspen, Colorado. My services as a sommelier were originally required for a private new year’s eve shebang. I would have...
Cirque and Circuits
The power station was the site of a fire on April 20, 1964, which caused power failures throughout London including the BBC Television Centre,...
‘Tiny in stature but large in personality, Sally Bulloch could often be seen lunching with Sir Denis Thatcher, Richard Dreyfus or Albert Finney,...