Upper Crust baguettes are the staple diet of many rail travellers, as they clickety clack around the country, on important matters of state. Today, MJ and I were heading to London, to take part in our second big walk for Action for A-T, which is the charity that we support. This time it was a …

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Giuliano’s has been serving up Italian fare from it’s Union Place restaurant for many years. I’ve been for a number of meals there, over that time. Indeed, if memory serves, it was the first place that I ever ate melanzane alla parmegiana. It has had its highs and lows, but has always been a fairly …

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After a joyous hour or two discussing the merits of Zadie Smith’s White Teeth, I was in need of substantial sustenance, not least in an attempt to chase away an incipient cold. Accordingly, I headed for Le Sept, in the hope that some rustic French cuisine would hit the spot.Interior Le Sept is really a …

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This week has been rather strange. While I should have been having a relaxing time and eating lots of lovely food in preparation for our walk along the Thames, on Saturday, instead I’ve been in the pub the whole time, and been missing meals left, right and centre.Exterior Today, I tried to put things back …

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I’ve been tempted to pop in to Zenobia on quite a few occasions, recently, and today proved to be the day when I managed to cross the threshold.Exterior It’s regularly very busy, and seems to attract a very diverse clientele: young and old; locals and tourists; and a good number of folks who would call …

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