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Tag Archives: chillies
We were invited to review Fat Papaya. The restaurant has a colourful interior and I think the cheerful emoji-like Fat Papaya character will really appeal to kids. We love their selection of favourite classics too! Their head chef Silva and … Continue reading →
After arriving at the London Cooking Project and receiving a pleasant welcome from Chef Simon Fernandez, even whilst he was prepping for dinner, and a welcome glass of prosecco, we got an equally warm greeting from Kimberly who explained about … Continue reading →
We went to the pre-launch of the renovated Crib de Rib to check out what they had done. Got a warm welcome from Jean-Claude (Maitre d’) and Paolo (General Manager). Also, enthusiastic Jean-Claude took us on a quick tour of … Continue reading →
Casa Negra is fun and funky Mexican in Shoreditch. On a warm summer evening with all the windows open and a frozen margarita in hand it felt like we were somewhere much more tropical than the Great Eastern Road. I … Continue reading →
Gran Luchito is a new salsita made from rare Mexican chillies. It is described as paste but as you can see from the picture it is more like a thick chilli oil. Most people seem to associate chilli sauces with … Continue reading →