Tag Archive: michelin

An exclusive interview with Michelin-starred chef Theo Randall, and a giant board of antipasti

When I first started blogging, my knowledge of food, chefs, and ingredients was practically non-existent. Over the years, I’ve explored London in as foodie a way as I can, and as a result, have learned… Continue reading

Tasting menu at Michelin-starred Ametsa with Arzak Instruction

Ametsa with Arzak Instruction is quite a long name for a restaurant, but in a way, it was befitting of the lengthy tasting menu they offer… With the 2017 Michelin guide just having been announced for Great… Continue reading

Feeling fancy – Galvin at Windows (1 Michelin *)

Holiday days are precious things, so when I use them I tend to jump on a flight to… well, anywhere, really! But when my two best friends from Switzerland came to visit, every minute… Continue reading

Review: L’Autre Pied (Michelin-starred)

I have yet to form a distinct opinion on Michelin stars. Sometimes they just seem to be a reason to hike up prices and serve small portions, and after a disappointing experience at… Continue reading

Restaurant review: Lima

31 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1JH It’s not often I go to a Michelin-starred restaurant. In fact, there have only been two occasions, one of which was before my blog started, at Arbutus,… Continue reading

Restaurant review: Yauatcha

15-17 Broadwick Street, Soho A friend took me to the Michelin-starred Yauatcha a couple of years ago, a visit I remember fondly (as you can see from my choice of profile picture on… Continue reading