Brunch (well, beer and breakfast) at the Electric diner. Fun fact: John Christie used to work next door.
Guildford Positano doesn’t have such incredible P.R. as ‘sexiest Italian restaurant in town’ or ‘kick-ass Sunday brunch’, but it does hit the mark by being a properly decent neighbourhood haunt.
Dishoom has an Irani café ethos of simplicity, humbleness and accessibility: with the exception of being able to simply get through their doors in the first place.
Please get out there and support my wonderful industry and the equally wonderful people who depend on it for their livelihoods.
There was once an amazing Indian restaurant that delivered food to us. It closed for understandable reasons and then reopened.
The real triumph here is seeing this little local business giving it everything it can to stay solvent – just one of many fantastic examples around the country.
Eating and drinking doesn’t come any better than this.
We needed to each drink six drinks a day to make the beverage package financially viable.
I want someone to look at me the way I look at pizza.
Because if it’s not too much it’s not enough.