Our party of four decided to celebrate a birthday at the Wellington Lounge in the Intercontinental Hotel, having scrawled through the web for the “right” place to enjoy a luxurious but not bank breaking afternoon tea. It wasn’t our first choice but nonetheless it hit the right spots. There are many names along Piccadilly that […]Read more "The Wellington Lounge, Park Lane [Afternoon Tea]"
I was here for a belated birthday treat because it has one of the best value three course set dinners on offer in London, however seeing as this was suppose to be a birthday treat for the Panda I went a little “gourmet” and opted for the Piggie Burger instead, yes that’s considered gourmet for […]Read more "Bar Boulud, Knightsbridge [French and American]"
A friend’s birthday led me to this pink frenzy. Everyone looks infinitely rosier in these surroundings, not least my photos! Sketch is the epitome of style but is it over substance? I’d say half and half. The meal I had was pleasant with glimpses of interest but on the whole I felt Sketch’s roar was […]Read more "Sketch: The Gallery, Mayfair [Contemporary French]"
To give you more of an idea as to what kind of diner I am, this is one of the most high-end restaurants I’ve been to, lured by a certain case of “Masterchef” food porn. I am a student, if you haven’t guessed already! (Damn, I need to finish that About Me page sharpish!). Whilst […]Read more "Wild Honey, Mayfair [Modern European]"
Here’s to the beginning of Panda Eats London. What better way to kick it off than with a restaurant that has been on my hit list since I heard about their much-lauded steak. Hawksmoor’s usual price point for steak would put it out of reach for me but they deliver an affordable express menu at Seven Dials, […]Read more "Hawksmoor, Seven Dials [Steak]"