The Lawyer Eats
Nicky Richmond learns to fly, Thai-style, at the Heron in the West End.
Nicky Richmond takes her tastebuds for a whirl to Hunan, relinquishes choice and has an excellent meal.
Nicky Richmond goes back in time to the Gay Hussar, where the food is average but the ambience outstanding.
Nicky Richmond looks for comfort food - and finds it - at Farringdon restaurant St John
“Can I please have a gin and Slimline?” “Oh, we don’t have Slimline,” says the man who must be the boss, such is his proprietorial air.
Nicky Richmond is surprised and delighted by the Michelin-starred treats on offer at Pied à Terre.
Nicky Richmond regrets not taking wet wipes to the Smoking Goat in Soho. For the wings.
Nicky Richmond gets lost in the tasteless sushi and scary prices at Maze in Mayfair.
Nicky Richmond might be in love with Claridges, but she is slightly less enamoured with its restaurant.
Nicky Richmond baulks at the prices and is unimpressed by the food at Mayfair’s C.
Nicky Richmond has a lovely lunch at Somerset House’s restaurant Spring.
Nicky Richmond finds that even the superb sole cannot compensate for tired service and high prices at historic Wiltons.
Nicky Richmond finds a bit of Christmas spirit at a pop-up restaurant on the top floor at Selfridges.
Racine. I have no idea if there’s any connection to Jean Racine, the playwright, but other than both of them being uncompromisingly French, I can’t see what they have in common.
Nicky Richmond takes a trip to Persia, without leaving London.
Nicky Richmond finds the food elegantly spiced but the prices too eye-watering at the Michelin-starred Benares
Nicky Richmond returns to Sally Clarke’s after 30 years and finds classic, tasty food with little pretention.
Nicky Richmond feels a bit let-down by Clare Smyth at Gordon Ramsay’s SW3 restaurant.
Nicky Richmond goes back in time to Oslo Court.
Nicky Richmond makes a trip to the Middle East, in Soho.
He’s keeping a close eye on it, is Mr King. So far I’ve been during the soft opening, for two breakfasts (not together) and a rather leisurely lunch and he’s been there twice, doing that thing he does, welcoming you at the door in that charming yet slightly intimidating way, as he towers over you, making sure that everything is just so.
Do eat at The Sportsman in Kent, but don’t stay in a beach hut, advises Nicky Richmond.
Nicky Richmond is bowled away by the tapas at Barrafina, and eats a lot of garlic.
Nicky Richmond delights in the enduring joys of Le Gavroche.
“It is no surprise that Pearl Liang is one of the busiest restaurants in the area”, boasts their website, which tells us that “Pearl Liang Chinese Oriental Restaurant is a stylish, cosmopolitan, London restaurant located in the heart of Paddington”.
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