Tag: On the table

On the table: Brunswick House Café

This month food writer Victoria Stewart risks all on the A3036 in the name of gustatory goodness, hopping across the lanes at Vauxhall to visit Brunswick House Café – an intriguing Aladdin’s cave serving sensational seasonal grub. My experience of people talking about Vauxhall was in reference to it having a park amusingly called the pleasure […]

On the table: Medlar

Food writer Victoria Stewart continues her exploration of London’s culinary scene with an impeccable lunch at the elegant Medlar, a pristine spot on the King’s Road that punches above its Chelsea peers. What do two suited young men, a fabulous pensioner in a multi-coloured spotty dress coat and London’s wine crowd all have in common? They […]

On the table: Vinoteca King’s Cross

This month Victoria Stewart visits the flourishing King’s Cross area to check out the newest branch of Vinoteca, a stalwart on the London food and wine circuit. Restaurants are springing up around the new King’s Cross station development faster than Gordon Ramsay can roar the F-word. Yet these are not the sorts of unassuming bolt-holes […]

On the table: Portland

In the first of a series identifying a few of London’s finest eateries, food writer Victoria Stewart visits Portland, a restaurant born of two gastronomic princes – Will Lander (son of Jancis Robinson and Nick Lander) and Daniel Morgenthau. Too much hype surrounding a new restaurant launch can be a dangerous thing if you’re planning to […]