I’ve been planning to try out this pub with a catchy name Tommy Tucker in Fulham, SW London for a while. While there is certainly no lack of gastropubs in Fulham I was still on the search for the one that makes me go “wow”. There is of course the Michelin starred Harwood Arms which is very good, but I really wanted to find something with a more traditional, pubby atmosphere. Continue reading Tommy Tucker – Where GASTRO Meets PUB
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Supertuscans – the superheros from Bolgheri
“…if Ravel’s “Bolero” was a wine, it would probably be the 2007 Ornellaia”
From the day the London based wine merchant Armit Wines and the world famous Tenuta dell’Ornellaia had announced a competition earlier this year to win a trip to Tuscany to visit the Ornellaia estate, I was on a mission. The challenge was to take a creative photo of one’s enjoying Le Volte (the entry level wine of Ornellaia) and to share it on social media with the hashtag #LoveLeVolte.
I got obsessively dedicated to win this challenge. To make the long story short, I created a series of photos involving food, flowers, football and even my then one year old daughter. Finally the winner was announced … and there I was, doing the happy dance in my living room! 🙂
Fast forward to the end of September and… READ MORE
So Japanese – London Soho
Just a quick post on the run to say that So Japanese in Soho has long been and remains my favorite spot for unpretentious, walk-in, excellent value sushi, sashimi & co.
SO Restaurant 3-4 Warwick Street, London W1B 5LS
Tel: 020 7292 0767
London foodie scene – Peruvian impressions from Lima Fitzrovia (Review)
Recently I was looking for a place in London to have a sophisticated Sunday lunch to celebrate a “semi-special” occasion. I was in the mood for a Michelin starred meal yet wanted an informal relaxed atmosphere. Lima Fitzrovia has been on my “to go” list for ages and as soon as I knew they are offering the “Sunday Long Lunch” set menu at a fixed price, I knew I needed to look no further. Continue reading London foodie scene – Peruvian impressions from Lima Fitzrovia (Review)
A little tribute to my former homeland
There is hardly anything more exciting for a wine-geek than meeting the winemaker in person. And I mean no representative of a marketing team but the guy who really is responsible for what’s in your glass. The one with his hands on the vines in the vineyard, the artist in the winery and the mastermind behind all the processes before, in between and after production which influence the quality and character and create the soul of the wine.
Recently I was very lucky to meet Continue reading A little tribute to my former homeland