Like it or loathe it - and most food writers fall into the latter camp - London is full of chain restaurants.
Kew Gardens - or to give its full title The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (not that any Londoner ever uses that) - is one of the capital great days out.
The recipes in the book by Emma Spitzer (Fress is published at £25 by Mitchell Beazley) are beautifully photographed and is often about as far from traditional Jewish cooking as is possible to get.
A deli combined with a restaurant is now quite normal. But a butchers that doubles as an eaterie is really unusual, even more so if you add kosher into the mix.