A HANDY GUIDE ON WHAT AND WHERE TO FEAST WHEN IN THE ENGLISH CAPITAL
property in London that has proximity to fantastic restaurants has risen dramatically in value. The Financial Times said it was so (they had a handy map) and I believe them.There is no better indicator of the rise of fashionable food culture than the fact that location, location, location is now about all about gustation, gustation, gustation.
It says something about me that I’m a total sucker for a general societal fad (let’s not overanalyse this) and consequently I’m a total sucker for a good meal. In fact, I can measure my life in memorable comestibles. Sadly, I cannot say that my feeling for real estate has been reciprocated. My fate is simply to visit and eat. If a small digestive map was good enough for the FT, it is good enough for me. Armed with super-reliable restaurant bible Eat London 2 by Peter Prescott and Terence Conran, I set off…