Surely any chef who names a restaurant after themselves is either top of their game, or gastronomically deluded. It’s a brave thing to do.
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Mersea island, not to be mistaken with Mersey. No, one’s a famous scouse river, which some would argue is as sacred as the Ganges, and the other, a sleepy little island on the coast of Colchester.
A savvy young entrepreneur, has had a vision to create a craft beer bar; Hallelujah I thought...
I'm not going to lie, I wasn't looking forward to this, but in the interests of ‘Battle of The Burgers’ it had to be done. I can’t be selfish, it’s not all about me me me!
So after last week’s dull and un-interesting Burger experience I needed to find somewhere a little more inspiring. I'd been grumpy all week as a result of that lack lustre burger. I'd thought long and hard about where I should go, it's gotta be somewhere not just good, it's gotta be top drawer, but where?
I'm not gonna beat around the bush this week. Normally, to begin my reviews, I find myself waffling on about this and that, and to be honest, it's just unnecessary foodie blog garnish. There's nothing worse than unnecessary garnish.
The main reason I wanted to write a series about the wonderful world of burgers, was not only to review those obvious burger joints, but to find those eateries you wouldn't normally go to for a burger.
I’m pretty certain we all love a burger? That simple marriage of meat and bun is a thing of beauty!
Where would we be without the Spoons? Maybe not everyone's idea of good old British pub, and I would tend to agree.
I consider myself a foodie, I suppose the clue is in the name really. But how much of a foodie am I? I think I'll give anything a go once. I've eaten some pretty weird concoctions in my time.
We’re not short of Italian restaurants in the local area, I'm sure most of us have a favourite...
We all love a delicatessen don't we? There so much better than your average supermarket, where around every corner they remind us...
Foodie Rich is back with something a little different...
You would not expect to find a restaurant like Chez Elle's in the middle of brick lane, its almost like this charming bistro has been teleported from Paris to the East End.
90 seconds, 1.5 minutes, say it how you like, It's not really along time is it?
Here at Leigh-on-Sea.com we love everything about SS9. I’m stating the blooming obvious really, its why we run this website!
Yet another new restaurant to hit the Hamlet Court road area, and another cracker!