What is a City but the People?

West End resident, Jessica Toale reflects on the past year… In March last year the shutters came down on London. The once bustling streets were hushed. Restaurants and shops closed their doors for the foreseeable. And we all ran out of toilet paper. The intervening months saw us lurch from hope to despair as theContinue reading “What is a City but the People?”

Time to Celebrate the Shining Stars of East and South East Asian Hospitality!

Food blogger Liv Alice (@livbyfood) attended the 2021 Golden Chopsticks Awards… It was an honour to be invited to the fabulous Golden Chopsticks Awards on the 27th September at the Marriott Grosvenor Square, hosted by the legendary Gok Wan MBE. The evening was a wonderful, heart-warming way to recognise all the incredible, innovative and resilient UK businessesContinue reading “Time to Celebrate the Shining Stars of East and South East Asian Hospitality!”

9 Autumn Comforts on the Menu | My Soho Times

Snuggle up and get ready to be inspired these 9 foodies who’ve eaten their way through Autumn menus… I hope you’re hungry, it’s likely to be a delivery service kind of night!

Old Compton Brasserie is Back and Better Than Ever

Tim Baros takes us on his culinary experience dining at the Old Compton Brasserie after its recent re-opening since lockdown… It was surely missed during the COVID lockdown – but to be back there, on opening day – July 4th – and to be greeted by Max, one of the best restaurant managers in townContinue reading “Old Compton Brasserie is Back and Better Than Ever”

Slowing down for Afternoon Tea at the Cinnamon Bazaar, Covent Garden

It might seem an unlikely match to ask filmmaker Ivo Belohoubek to share his experience having afternoon tea at Cinnamon Bazaar, Covent Garden. However the request was met as a welcomed opportunity to slow down for the afternoon…