The Bulls Head also does food. The kind of food you can stuff in your face whilst having a pint with your mates. It's comfort food at it's best and highly unpretentious.
The Japanese believe that food should be enjoyed with the five senses and this is something, I too, am very passionate about.
I can definitely see myself regularly perched at the bar with a cocktail or glass of wine in hand. I'll be back for a masterclasses and to taste more wine here very soon!
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I was recently invited to a Dinner Down Under, hosted by Jackson Estate and Wirra Wirra in collaboration with Chef Gabriel Waterhouse. Gabriel is an ex Chef de Partie of Galvin la Chapelle, and now runs his own supper club The Water House Project. The Evening Standard credits the supper club to be within the top 5 in London. I made my way down to the Chef's East London flat, for a supper club with a Antipodean wine focus. Once in, I was welcomed with a big warm smile and to the aromas being conjured in the kitchen. I was rather excited to be dining with Matt Patterson-Green (Jackson Estate) and Paul Smith (Wirra Wirra) who had brought a selection of their portfolio to showcase alongside Gabriel's 5 course menu.
Japanese Whisky is one of the most sought after liquids in the drinks industry and aggressively rivals its Scottish counterparts in competitions and on the market. Find out how I got on at a tasting just for the ladies!
I've been blogging for years, but took a hiatus. I'm back to continue what I started! 6 weeks into 2016 and I've only found the time to write my first post on this new platform! My aim wasn't to wait this long but to be frank, I was scared to start the blogging journey again. A… Continue reading The Start of Something New