Tag Archives: New York

January 06

Eleven Madison Park. Fine dining, alive and well.

Have I eaten in a morgue? Google the death of fine dining and you’ll see a plethora of articles telling us it’s all over. The most recent funeral oration is that given by Jay Rayner, in the Guardian, where he refers  to a survey which states that 70% of diners have turned against fine dining, linking to a headline in The […]

February 11

New York round-up: Part 1

I hadn’t been to New York for five years. Enough time to convince myself that the London food scene was as vibrant and interesting as anything I might find in New York. I’m afraid that I was wrong. This was the first time I’d gone with the express intention of trying new places. I was […]