The Lawyer Eats
Brecher’s Nicky Richmond wants to like Marianne, but finds it tasteless.
Nicky Richmond finds little has changed, but the food is still good, at Marcus Wareing’s renovated restaurant.
Nicky Richmond tries out the classics at J. Sheekey
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond finds she cares about 34, Grosvenor Square.
Brecher partner Nicky Richmond goes back in time with a visit to Spaghetti House and find you get what you pay for
Eversheds partner Bruce Dear visits Winston’s Churchill’s most beloved lunch venue, Wiltons, and finds an oasis of calm in the midst of a bustling city
There’s only one thing on Nicky Richmond’s mind at Oxford’s Magdalen Arms - pie.
Eversheds partner Bruce Dear visits West End celeb haunt J Sheekey’s and finds the fish (and wine) in fine form
Nicky Richmond gets cosy with her friends at the Social Eating House, but comes away disappointed.
Nicky Richmond fills a crucial gap in her London restaurant education by visiting the Ember Yard.
Nicky Richmond is swept away by the old-school French charm of Otto’s.
Nicky Richmond is unimpressed by the latest hotel dining experience.
Brecher’s Nicky Richmond gets a taste of the Big Apple in London.
Nicky Richmond manages to get a rare table at the Five Fields in Chelsea, and finds the little extras add up to something special.
This week Nicky Richmond of Brecher finds quirky suits her at Basque restaurant Ametsa.
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond finds a new Japanese in Mayfair to her taste.
Brecher’s Nicky Richmond finds southern comfort at the Lockhart.
Nicky Richmond of Brecher indulges in some gastronomic tourism in New York.
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond completes an interrupted lunch at St James’s Café Murano
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond puts down her book and picks up a knife and fork to test the Reading Room at Claridges.
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond is underwhelmed by Chinese restaurant Kai.
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond visits the House of Ho. In Soho. Ho ho ho. Even the taxi driver laughed.
In her last restaurant review of the year, Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond finds a last-minute table at Hélène Darroze.
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond is craving comfort food as the year draws to an end, and finds some of it at the Guinea Grill.
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