Archive for March, 2015

Inito signage

Exciting Indian Street Food at Inito

Invited to a taster evening at Inᴉto I had no idea that we were in for an evening of surprises. Sampling the menu turned out to be a three hour eat-a thon. Dish after delicious dish was brought to our table where six women and one hungry man tried valiantly to do justice to some very good food. Eventually we
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Afternoon Tea, Pont St

Let Them Eat Cake

If Marie Antoinette had not rebuffed the masses calling for bread but had laid on a tea like the one that Fiona MacLean and I enjoyed at Pont St, Belgravia, she might have kept her head. The ‘let them eat cake’ afternoon tea is served in conjunction with Ruinart, a champagne house that was established well before the French Revolution.
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Ceiling, The Gilbert Scott

Tea For Two

Invited by Fiona Maclean from London Unattached , to join her to preview the Sir John Soane’s Afternoon Tea menu at the Gilbert Scott, I was expecting an elegant few hours at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.  I have wanted to visit the hotel since its revamp some years ago turned it from a derelict building into one of London’s finest
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