Journal

06th August, 2012

PJ’s Bar & Grill, London

PJ’s Bar & Grill, London

The first thing one notices at PJ’s Bar & Grill is the enormous wooden fan slowly turning as a remnant of a bygone era. However, upon closer inspection, it’s actually the propeller of an airplane – a wooden propeller. Coupled with all the other relics from the colonial era and upper class English society, character […]

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15th February, 2012

Manson, London

Manson, London

There’s nothing here that has anything to do with Charles or Marilyn, even though the name can be a bit misleading. A British brasserie in Fulham is what it is, with Alan Stewart, previously of Launceston Place and Chez Bruce, at its helm. Be warned, however, that if you decide to use Google maps to […]

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