Offal isn’t awful: Here’s our case for eating brains
Food / The London Economic

Offal isn’t awful: Here’s our case for eating brains

I know what you’re thinking: “Brains? No way – I’m not a zombie!” Of all the offal and lesser-loved cuts of meat available, brains are (granted) some of the least visually attractive: but they’re also some of the most delicious, when prepared properly. While grim, Westernised perception of offal is slowly changing (Fergus Henderson has … Continue reading

Is this the most disappointing steakhouse in London?
Food / Reviews / The London Economic

Is this the most disappointing steakhouse in London?

Like most things in life, the simplest restaurant dishes are generally the endearingly memorable. So it’s hardly surprising that the ingenuous bone marrow salad at St John in Clerkenwell has been on the menu, unchanged, for the past 23 years. In turn, when presenting paying customers with something so simple, it’s crucial that each element … Continue reading

Restaurant Review – Zelman Meats, Harvey Nichols
Food / The London Economic

Restaurant Review – Zelman Meats, Harvey Nichols

Joining the likes of Kurobuta, Yo! Sushi and Burger & Lobster, Zelman Meats is the latest addition to the fifth floor of Knightsbridge’s Harvey Nichols. Perched next door to Burger & Lobster, Zelman Meats is also owned by Russian restaurateur Misha Zelman, who also owns a chain of popular steakhouses – Goodman – and the … Continue reading