Looking for a good shellfish restaurant in a city without a coast in sight is a tough call.
I ate in what passes in London for Traditional Italian two nights in succession just recently. Pure coincidence as both were selected by my co-diners.
Salad is one of those things that I normally avoid like the plague when going out for dinner, but in France they can often be quite exciting, and on the strength of this I went on the hunt for a truly…
At 40 storeys up in the air, the Duck & Waffle in the heart of London's City business district is the highest restaurant in Britain.
There was surprisingly good food at this rather unassuming establishment, with its hodgepodge of floor patterns and simple bistro décor.