Lady Gemima and Lord Hugo Hammersley had suggested lunch in the English countryside near their country residence. Our trip was straight out of Downton Abbey. Lovely sunshine, the narrow, tree lined lanes meandering in the green rolling hills of the English countryside. Wondrous…. Read More ›
The cooking was excellent and with lunch at £29.50 for three courses it’s not bad at all.
We arrived at The Petersham Hotel for lunch and sat in the perfect spot overlooking the famous bend in the River Thames near Richmond Hill that has been painted innumerous times over the ages by such eminent artists as Turner. Even Wordsworth had… Read More ›
Naturellement, everyone is doing a retrospective at this time of year. Mes amis! one will not be outdone. So let’s whizz through some of the Doctor’s gastronomic highlights to set your taste buds atingle. Should I visit any of your favourites next year? Maybe you… Read More ›
Many moons ago one’s American chum, Remington, who is an ardent fan of good food and fine dining had been impressed after his visit to Ottolenghi in North London. So on a wet, dreary London evening Fortescue and I set off to meet up with Remington… Read More ›
The Ledbury scores 9.999/10 on the Doctor’s ratings…no typo dear readers.