Now into its third decade, the Chelsea legend maintains first-rate presentation.
Author Archive | David Constable
A brisk menu of British cuisine at Borough Market, complete with English wine.
Head chef John Torode offers a menu of ‘simple food from simple ingredients’.
A Cotswolds feel round the corner from the Queens Club mixes traditional pub ambience with aspiring gastropub sensibility.
All very South Ken – and it was apparently Princess Diana’s local and favourite.
Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers, opened in 1989, is packed with rock and roll memorabilia – Stones paintings, pictures and platinum albums.
In the corner of a Travelodge, very much the wrong end of Borough Market, inside the décor is black and rich maroon with wooden furniture and Regency wallpaper.