Comfort food in East London that's both extremely satisfying and delicious
Cocktails and hipsters at speakeasy style bar
Kêu the restaurant has followed its East London sibling’s template to a tee
From a truffle sabayon imbued fillet steak tartare, to a perfectly cooked tuna steak on baby potatoes, the food was immaculate
I used to love Shoreditch in the '90s. Edgy, indie, and effortlessly cool, I couldn’t get enough of the place.
"Fish, fish, the family dish!" went the catchphrase for New Zealand’s 1970s television ad. Clearly in those pre-sustainability days, the NZ government felt the need to actively market fish as an alternative to the meat diet of your typical kiwi.
In a new, regular feature, HITC bar and restaurant reviewer, Walton Woodford, sits down with one of London's food and drink impresarios. He kicks things off with Richard Biggs, the man who brought you Cantaloupe.
The ability of New Zealanders (or kiwis in English parlance) to reinvent themselves by appropriating the best bits of other cultures never fails to amaze me. The NZ that I grew up in was awash with ale, ale, and more ale.
There are very few outlets in the UK that have not paid tribute to the actor, Steven McQueen. The King of Cool occupies an special place in the heart of British men of a certain age for reasons that are easy to understand.
Looking for somewhere to celebrate the Royal Wedding in your local area? We might just have the perfect place for you to join in the festivities!