The most stunning dish of the night was the Chorizo Jam, Duck Egg and Pico de Gallo taco. The bright yolk of the duck egg stood out on top.Read More
The rock was covered in golden crispy batter covering perfectly cooked fish. It came with a side of tasty chips and a tub of tartare sauce.Read More
The white beetroot had been baked in clay and was beautifully presented served with smoked and dried eel and topped with English caviar.Read More
The clams smelled great and tasted just as good. We saw them being cooked in front of us too so we knew it was freshly prepared and then to table!Read More
The Keema Per Eedu has spicy chicken keema, morsels of chicken liver, two runny-yolked fried eggs and sali crisp-chips all served with home-made buns.Read More
The lobster rolls are a big toasted brioche roll packed with heaps of juicy tender lobster, Japanese mayo and a wedge of lemon.Read More
The beetroot cured salmon was stunning. The bold colours stood out. It came served with raw fennel and clementine salad. It was another lovely dish.Read More
The homemade pasta came in wide ribbons. Served with shellfish and seaweed it provided a perfect pairing - pasta and seafood.Read More
Covent Garden, London
Le Pain Quotidien is a chain of tasty bakeries that provide coffee, pastries and other meals.
They are not just in the UK either - they are in Sydney as well.
We were in Covent garden and needed a snack. Pastries are a favourite of Sir and once this place was spotted it was always going to get a visit.
We had take away but you can eat in as well - but they have communal tables which not everybody likes.
As you can imagine from the sound of their name - it's a French themed place.
They have plenty of pastries and rolls as well - but also lovely croissants and other French goodies.
We ended up just grabbing a pastry twist. It was beautifully fresh with custard and sultana's inside and was bigger than it seems from the photo.
Its a pleasant place. Prices aren't low but the food was nice.
28 Leicester Square
Leicester Square, London UK
This pub hangs off the edge of Leicester Square and is deceptively big. From the street it has a small frontage with a few outside tables, but inside it stretches back a long long way. It has some decent food as well, and judging by the crowds it attracts others must think this too.
You order at the bar and your food is delivered to your table. It was pretty quick from ordering to eating too. The fish was very succulent with a nice crisp batter coating it. The chips were crisp as well and the peas finished the meal off nicely.
The Moon Under Water is a nice pub to grab a good value decent meal in Leicester Square.