Core by Clare Smyth – London (Review)

You have to really admire the work that Clare Smyth has done for the UK food industry, her commitment to local, sustainable produce and food artistry. Having spent years running a three michelin starred establishment (Gordon Ramsay’s 3 eponymous restaurant), and being the first female chef to do so, Clare Smyth is now showcasing her…

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The Stafford Hotel – London

I’m sure I’m not the first person who’s drawn to places which have a story to tell so it so happened that not long along, I found myself immersed in the remarkable history of The Stafford. A few months back, I had the opportunity to visit their recently revamped restaurant and bar, The Game Bird,…

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Aix-En-Provence Farmers Market

I’m excited to say that this will be the first of many posts from one of my favourite places I’ve visited, Provence. Located in Southern France, the region is known not only for its Roman architecture and hilltop villages but also for being home to some of the best French produce around. From honey, soap,…

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Afternoon tea at Emmeline’s, The Conrad – London

At Emmeline’s, the start of every new season is marked by exciting seasonal desserts that celebrate well-loved British icons and with summer in full swing, this means some of these icons have been brought to life, or are not quite how you’d expect… Occupying the back of the entrance floor, Afternoon tea at Emmeline’s is…

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Meatballs & more at Curveball – Balham, London

As expected from it’s name, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Curveball specialises in all things spherical-shaped – though these things are done a little differently here. From a quick glance at the menu it’s clear that it’s not just meatballs that are on the menu here but an extensive range of vegetarian balls…

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