Category: Food and Wine – Europe

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  • Tozi restaurant, London

    Tozi restaurant, London

    Walk into Tozi and you’ll know immediately that this is the trendy, go-to place any week night. The brainchild of two ex-Soho House chefs, Head Chef Maurilio Molteni and Daniele Pampagnin, it has a swinging cocktail bar that is packed, while its restaurant offers a Venetian-Italian cicchetti style option. And […]

  • The Brown Cow, Fulham, London

    The Brown Cow, Fulham, London

    The Brown Cow is a gastro pub in the fashionable part of Parsons Green, offering upscale fare and a wine list to match. Four of us went for a Saturday lunch, which consisted of 2 courses each and a bottle of Rioja. We opted for the daily choice on the […]

  • The Gaucho, Sloane Avenue, London

    The Gaucho, Sloane Avenue, London

    If you’ve got beef with someone…..get it at the Gaucho! The Gaucho is London’s premier Argentine restaurant. Renowned for the cuts and quality of meats – all of the meats are grass-fed, organic, and imported from Argentina – your experience at Gaucho will be quite simply outstanding. We visited The […]

  • Roseate House Hotel, Kensington, London

    Roseate House Hotel, Kensington, London

    The prettiest boutique hotel in a row of period buildings just off Lancaster Gate and a hop, skip and a jump from Hyde Park, Roseate House Hotel is a veritable classic. Situated in pretty Westbourne Terrace, it boasts associations with John Constable and Oscar Wilde and comprises three mid-19th century […]

  • Villa Cassuto, Livorno, Tuscany

    Villa Cassuto, Livorno, Tuscany

    Visiting Tuscany wouldn’t be complete without spending a few days in Livorno and meandering along the Etruscan wine and olive oil coast trail. We were fortunate to discover and to stay at Villa Cassuto, a very special property that would delight the cultured traveller with a taste for all things […]

  • The Cross Keys, Chelsea, London

    The Cross Keys, Chelsea, London

    If you like your pubs quintessentially British, then head to The Cross Keys in Chelsea. The Cross Keys is a real country-meets-city kind of place throughout  – from the people down to its food. Enviably positioned, The Cross Keys is in the heart of Chelsea – yet tucked away enough […]