Salmon, Spinach & Ricotta Tortilla Pizza

I really love cooking fish for dinner. I’m a big fish fan and it’s generally so much quicker and easier to cook well than meat. It is also lighter and less fatty. However, it’s one of those things I have a limited number of ways to cook in my repertoire. Roast it and serve with…

Tortilla Pizzas

Do you ever get a bit bored of sandwiches and soup for lunch options? I do. On a rainy Sunday recently I had an array of wraps and rolls that could do with using up, a variety of salad and sandwich fillings and just really didn’t fancy another same old sarnie. It was a bit…

Fire & Stone, Covent Garden

Fire & Stone, located just of the main piazza in Covent Garden, is a really large, modern restaurant offering traditional style pizzas with a bit of a more modern menu than your standard pizzeria. As much as I love a classic traditional pizza, the menus can get a bit samey. Fire & Stone‘s pizzas are…

Dean St Pizza Showdown Part II: Soho Joe

Welcome, at last, to my second edition of the (not very official) Dean Street Pizza Showdown. After a delightful evening in the recently established Pizza Pilgrims last month, last week I paid a visit to the second restaurant on my list: Soho Joe. I’ve been a regular at Soho Joe for a number of years…

Dean St Pizza Showdown Part I: Pizza Pilgrims

Last month Pizza Pilgrims opened up shop in a great spot on Dean St, a stone’s throw from Soho Square and directly opposite Pizza Express’ iconic Jazz Club. An interesting choice of location for a new pizza restaurant. It then occurred to me that just down the road you also have Soho Joe, a buzzing…

Feast London

When I first heard about Feast, I knew this was an event I really couldn’t miss. For four days Feast took over London’s historic and spectacular Tobacco Dock and filled it with the stalls from some of London’s finest restaurants and street food vendors. So on a miserable and rainy Thursday evening in March my…