The Coal Shed London Review

The Coal Shed is a British restaurant specialising in coal roasted steaks and seafood. The Coal Shed has a restaurant in London and Brighton; as you’d expect we dined at the London restaurant in One Tower Bridge, which is also home to other restaurants such as Gunpowder which is one of our favourites. We had…

Tramshed Review

Tramshed is a chicken and steak restaurant in the heart of Shoreditch. It’s right in our wheelhouse because we both love chicken and Shiima is quickly becoming a steak lover. Tramshed is in a former East End tram-generator building which explains the name and the aesthetic of restaurant. It’s open and rustic but also stylishly…

Stork Restaurant Review

Stork is an instagram-ready restaurant in the heart of Mayfair that serves a very unique fusion of West African (Nigerian mostly), Eastern European, and modern British cuisine. Enjoy our thoughts, with lots of food pictures.

November Eats – Video Blog

November Eats is the 10th video blog in our Monthly Eats Vlog Series, where we talk about all the food, restaurants, and food festivals we enjoyed in the previous month. In this video we discuss Indian Accent – Elegant Indian restaurant in Mayfair Clos Maggiore – French restaurant in Covent Garden voted the most romantic…

Kitchen Table Review

Kitchen Table is a 2 Michelin starred English restaurant tucked behind Bubbledogs in Fitzrovia. I’d been intrigued by Kitchen Table before it recently earned its second star and that only made me more eager to go. Plus, we are big fans of the other restaurants in the JKS Group. We’ve written glowingly about Trishna, Gymkhana,…

October Eats

October Eats is the 9th vlog in our Monthly Eats video blog series, where we chat about everything we ate in the past month. This month you can find us discussing new restaurants and a solo excursions from Amen. In October we ate at 3 new restaurants Mei Ume – A beautiful, opulent Chinese/Japanese restaurant Hawksmoor Spitalfields –…

Lyle’s London Review

Lyle’s London is a British restaurant with an a la carte lunch menu and set suppers. Last weekend we went for lunch instead of dinner. We haven’t done lunch in a very long time and Amen found Lyle’s with a promising lunch menu as it was “Game week” which meant that I would have a…

Hawksmoor Spitalfields Review

Hawksmoor is a British steak restaurant with several restaurant across the UK. We went to the Spitalfields restaurant and I was quick to point out that it’s a very beautiful and spacious restaurant. Its low lit, elegant and intimate. Have a look at a quick video of the restaurant to see for yourself: So, when…

September Eats

September Eats is the 8th vlog in our Monthly Eats video blog series, where we chat about everything we ate in the past month. This month you can find us discussing new restaurants, food festivals and a solo excursions from Amen. In September we ate at 3 new restaurants Fucina – a beautiful Italian restaurant Smoking Goat –…

Smoke & Salt Review

Smoke & Salt is a small plates restaurant in Pop Brixton that uniquely fuses seasonal British ingredients with ancient cooking methods for a creative dining experience. I’ll say this from the start, I’m a friend of Remi Williams, on of the chefs and owners of Smoke & Salt alongside Aaron Webster, and although I believe…

April Eats Video Blog

This is our 4th video blog and the 3rd in our “Monthly Eats” series, where we talk about all the spots we dined at in the previous month. In April, it was 5 restaurants – Flesh & Buns, Social Eating House, Caravan Kings X, Hutong, and Pitt Cue – and also Dinerama from Street Feast,…

Social Eating House – First Impressions Review

Social Eating House in the heart of Soho is another of Jason Atherton’s renowned restaurants. We’ve dined at City Social and Social Wine and Tapas, and although we didn’t particularly enjoy either of those restaurants we were still very keen to dine at Social Eating House. For one thing, Social Eating House has a Michelin…