Sticks’n’Sushi

The irritatingly named Sticks ‘n’ Sushi is just off Covent Garden, on Henrietta Street. Apparently it is based on a Danish “concept”, which I think means that the décor is minimalist, and the furniture may or may not come from Ikea.

London, Lifeattheendofafork, fork,life, Japanese, Sushi, Sticks’n’sushi, City, Covent Garden, Theatre Menu, Food blogger, Blog, Review, Fish

Iberica

Farringdon is one of London’s neglected food neighbourhoods, somewhat overshadowed by adjacent Clerkenwell, and entirely drowned out by the clamour around Soho’s ever evolving warren of innovative, exciting places to eat.

Farringdon, London, City, Dinner, Tapas, Spanish, Lifeattheendofafork, French, Small plates, Iberica, Meat

The Three Horseshoes

Driving through the quaint villages of southwest Surrey, when we came across the Three Horseshoes, a picture postcard pub in the leafy village of Thursley. A glorious beer garden at the back overlooked rolling, ploughed fields, trees studding the horizon and little cottages peaking cheerfully out from the foliage.

Surrey, Thursday, Lifeattheendofafork, Lunch,Pub,Pub lunch, food, blog, restaurant, Farnham, Cheese