Jul 23 2014

Sushi des Artistes

Sushi des Artistes calls itself a creative Japanese restaurant, and they think they offer a new and original sushi style that has a mixture of different cuisines, like French, and uses ingredients like foie gras, truffles, caviar. Whilst the food was beautiful and did use unusual ingredients, some of the combinations I did not think were amazing, and there are other restaurants like Yashin (MMMMM) which do this creative Japanese style much better. Sushi des Artistes opened quite recently South Kensington, London, and also has a branch in Marbella, Spain, which they opened 6 years ago. Sushi des Artistes in their home page says that the concept is not to serve just good food but also interior, service, atmosphere are very important. Whilst I did think the interior was beautiful and... Continue reading
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Jul 16 2014

The Palomar

I had a very good meal here and if you like casual but good food, you should come here. The Palomar is located in between Soho and Leicester Square, close to Mayfair and serves the food of modern day Jerusalem (which is influenced by Southern Spain, North Africa and the Levant). I had booked a table for lunch on a Thursday and when I came here the place was busy. It is small, not easy to notice from outside, situated on a small street. When you walk in there is a 16 seat zinc Kitchen Bar that overlooks the chefs, where you can sit, but we sat at the back in a small dining room which had a nice roof light. Tables are located close to each other, so we actually had a small chat with our neighbors when they waiters brought us their dessert. The menu was great. there was a section called “... Continue reading
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