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  1. Hi All Its been a while, but heres my 10 in no particular order-Martin Wisharts and Galvins probably top 2, closely followed by Pollen St and Darozze 1.Galvin at Windows 2.Martin Wishart-Had the lunch menu but the execution was the best of the year, absolutly perfect 3.Pollen Street 4.Helene Darozze 5.Nobu-Park Lane and Berkley St on a par with each other 6.Ledbury 7.Roka 8.Medlar- Food great-Service amazing 9.Dinner 10.Claridges
  2. Hi all Severel years old-hardly ever used http://www.allianceonline.co.uk/kitchen-equipment/preparation/food-processors/robot-coupe-musso-piccolo-ice-creamsorbet-machine-lfic0150.html Musso Piccolo Serious offers considered Surrey/London Area Please comment on here or message me Simon
  3. The Westerley in reigate, 15mins from gatwick, got a bib gormand, fantastic bistro cooking telelphone 01737 222733 i would book though
  4. I use to work in Shanghai, most peoples stomach take a little getting use to any food cooked in china, most of the hotels have very reasonable priced food offerings Crystal Jade restaurant in Xintandi which is a bit of a touristy area does very very good food and safe,reasonably priced always look for the busy places, do not buy anything from the street sellers, that not to say some of it does not taste good, becauce believe me it does but there is obviously a level of risk, as anywhere you can eat in very good places for not alot of money Only drink bottled water, If your going expensive Jade
  5. You would all be amazed how many chefs love and eat in pizza express!!!!
  6. yes, several times, very good deals in the week, very reasonable prices including wine, starters and mains definatly the stronger aspects, pastry a little weak well worth a visit, it has never been too busy when i have been, my only gripe would be that the service is a trying to be a little stuffy and a bit pushy compared to the rustic regional cuisine, overall i love the place, try the terrines and charcuterie for two!
  7. I hope you have got a lot of money to spend!!!!
  8. Not the newest opening but Bourdeux is good nice and relaxed, large menu, some sharing platters, the terrines and charcuterie fantastic
  9. There must be something about Scotland and pastry chefs, i work with a Scottish guy at the moment and he is up there with the best, i ve worked with which includes claire clark and a couple of top french guys, one of them ex gagniere
  10. i was offered interviews to, at more than one of there sites!
  11. There is a beautiful private room in boudeaux the Ollie Coulliard restaurant in grovsenor on park lane, could also have drinks on the terrace first, the food would prob start about £30 plus ahead
  12. Did anyone really believe Jasons main course boards didnt turn up tll the afternoon of the event!!
  13. Exactly the sort of knowledge any good head chef should have!!
  14. You re iterate my point about the attitude of the majority of pastry chefs!!! Believe me i do not claim to be a pastry chef, but i do claim to have an understanding of pastry and be able to discuss with the pastry chef about pastry with mutual respect! you obviously cannot be a good head chef without an understanding, also at the moment my pastry chef can discuss with me about things in the hot kitchen with mutual respect also, did you miss my bit about building relationships ? Your attiude is very much them and us which is not unusal from a pastry chef! when surely the whole kitchen should be
  15. I have a few recipes from MPW that uses Heinz`s finest. He is also has a leaning towards salad cream!! John Campbell uses tomato ketchup in his spiced lentals recipe (Formulas for Flavour) For what it`s worth.........Chris Horridge, what a cock!!!!!!!!!!! ← Oui!
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