Bistrot Blanc Bec straddles the traditional and contemporary, both in terms of its food and itsatmosphere.
My first impressions of The Greek Larder, a relatively recent arrival in the new development to the north of Kings Cross station were not auspicious.
A few years ago, after many a recommendation from friends who live in Naples, we checked out the O’scià Pizzeria Napoletana’s branch in the 2ème arrondissement. Their endorsement - as natives of Naple…
Nestling down a quiet back street off the Boulevard de Grenelle is the rather cute looking L Alchimie. Is fronted with pale green shutters and flowery window boxes.
I have had my eye on this place for a little while now, I had heard good things and its close proximity to several key spots in Paris (including the Eiffel Tower) made it a promising place.
Les Arlots is a tiny, cosy and extremely intimate bistro up at Barbès – Rochechouart, reservation is a must, especially if there is going to be more than two of you dining.
Taberna Etrusca, a restaurant in Bow Churchyard, two minutes walk away from St Paul Cathedral celebrates its fiftieth birthday. And that makes it one of London longest lived eateries.
Poulette, is a truly beautiful bijou restaurant in central Paris, matched with a short but delightful sounding menu pasted in the window.
Belgo is London’s idea of what eating in Belgium is all about. Well, of course, it’s not. Its slogan – Moules -Frites-Bieres (Mussels, Chips, Beers) rather gives most of the menu away.
The area around Place de la Concorde can be somewhat daunting for finding a good place to dine if you are not familiar with Paris