Archive | January, 2014

Kitchenette – London

Posted on 24 January 2014

Putney is home to the first London based Kitchenette restaurant, following the success of various other locations: many are in Turkey, with others operating in St. Petersburg, and Baku. This lively venture serves an all-day Mediterranean style menu – breakfast, lunch and dinner – with Turkish influences. Kitchenette’s interior simplicity is appealing, which brings the […]


Acciuga – London

Posted on 23 January 2014

Sitting quietly on Kensington High Street is an Italian restaurant named Acciuga (anchovy), and judging by its unassuming facade you’ll be forgiven for missing to note anything special. This restaurant however is the brainchild of young Guglielmo Arnulfo – head chef and owner – a man who states a clear intention to offer a traditional […]


Brasserie Thoumieux – Paris

Posted on 13 January 2014

Jean-François Piège, a very great and talented chef, helms Thoumieux. After a few years of experience at the Hôtel de Crillon, he is now at this kind of kitschy-chic brasserie with red seats, black marble top bistro tables, Christofle silver cutlery and a lounge at the entrance. On the walls, mirrors flanked by sconces and […]