Tag: On the table

On the table: Typing Room

This month we sent Adam Holden out of his comfort zone, forcing him to abandon the city centre to seek out one of East London’s very best restaurants – Bethnal Green’s much-acclaimed Typing Room. There’s been a marked shift in the London food and drink scene in the last 10 years or so, a seemingly […]

On the table: Blandford Comptoir

This month food writer Victoria Stewart visits the newest addition to the Marylebone restaurant scene, Blandford Comptoir, a classy spot serving Italian-influenced dishes which has a particularly reputable founder – Master Sommelier Xavier Rousset. It would be pushing it to say, as has been suggested, that the opening of a single hotel had a ripple […]

On the table: The Barbary

Continuing our search for London’s best eateries, this month we sent Jasper Drew to The Barbary in Neal’s Yard, the new sibling to Soho favourite, The Palomar. Despite being educated to degree level in geography, I couldn’t quite place the location of the Barbary Coast. Perhaps the Regal Rogue Lively White Vermouth was working its […]

On the table: Primeur

This month food writer Victoria Stewart heads north to Primeur; already established as a local favourite, this Canonbury spot doles out delicious sharing plates with unpretentious appeal. It’s a wonderful thing to walk into a restaurant and have the atmosphere hit you in the face like a blast of warm air. Which is what happened […]