Mes braves, mes amis! One is back to the writing slab and it is all down to a serendipitous find in the environs for Paris. It is imperative that I regale you of a wonderful restaurant on the Rive Gauche… Read More ›
Dear friends, need one elucidate? Only the finest, choicest selection of restaurants will be found here. Michelin? Maybe…but one can be guaranteed an excellent meal at one of these eateries.
So Fortescue and your dear Doctor had a week’s drive through the beautiful countryside of Vermont to see the leaves turning some wonderful hues of yellow, red and brown.. It’s a beautiful sight and well worth a trip. The fallen leaves provide employment for… Read More ›
So, one has been travelling. A lot! Through cathedral cities of France to monastic Spanish Paradores, to the pintxo bars of San Sebastian and the artistic delights of Bilbao. From Washington DC down through the Blue Ridge mountains to Florida via the… Read More ›
Le Colombier – London – 8.5/10 – £££ (dinner) – ££ (lunch) So after my statement that maybe Le Colombier (see review) rather than Le Gavroche may be the best lunch deal in olde Londinium, one is trying another Michel Roux establishment namely Roux at… Read More ›
Lord Norberry-Grumpus suggested lunch at Le Colombier in Chelsea. A fabulous French eatery that has a top notch reputation. I cannot believe its omission from one’s previous blogs. I have visited on a number of occasions and the last visit sealed it as a restaurant that deserves to… Read More ›
Just around the corner from the Ritz Hotel, a little surprise awaits in the form of an Indian restaurant which is Michelin star no less. Now, any self-respecting Englishman would normally visit an Indian restaurant after a couple of pints in the pub after… Read More ›
Despite one’s groaning stomach after many excess festivities, one felt compelled to visit Pollen Street Social once a booking was secured. Hurrah for London at this time of year for one can get cherished reservations that would normally be impossible. Your Doctor’s wish list has long… Read More ›