Keith Lewis

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  • Crab Tavern

    Sunday July 5th, 2015

    The Soft Shell Crab Burger was exactly as it sounds: two soft shell crabs served - one piggy-backing the other - in a bun. They were cooked in a batter (which was slightly on the salty side - although  it worked with the moist bun, cress and rocket) and served whole - shell an’ all. A refreshing variation on the stalwart burger,

  • Crockers Folly

    Monday November 3rd, 2014

    Crocker’s Folly is brought to us from the guys behind the much-loved Lebanese chain, Maroush. The Grade II listed building it inhabits was once home to a hotel and Victorian gin palace. Last week, after ten years of abandonment, followed by a period of intricate restoration, it opened to the public once again.

  • Fever pitch at the The Broadway Bar

    Wednesday June 11th, 2014

    It’s the world cup. In Brazil. Which means some of the games are on a little bit late. Well, there’s somewhere in Fulham that promises to play every single game (with the sound on)

  • Recipes from Brixton Village, by Miss South.

    Wednesday May 14th, 2014

    Brixton’s ascent into the foodie world has been well documented. But this new book from local food writer, Miss South, is a refreshing reminder of the area’s history of diversity, told through some unique recipes.

  • Core Bar

    Tuesday May 13th, 2014

    Keith Lewis visits newly opened City hotspot Core for a cocktail or two.

  • The Queen’s Terminal Heathrow. Fasten your seatbelts

    Monday May 5th, 2014

    Heathrow has a new circle of hell, The Queen’s Terminal. But is it actually so bad? Keith Lewis goes beyond security to see how the weary traveller may actually have something decently foodish to look forward to

  • Pacata, Covent Garden

    Monday April 14th, 2014

    Keith Lewis reviews Yasuji Morizumi's Michelin starred chef menu at Pacata.

  • Melon a la Morizumi

    Wednesday April 2nd, 2014

    Keith is invited to a table with Yasuji Morizumi, the first Ramen chef to get a Michelin star, and the creator of the menu in London’s new Asian fusion restaurant, Pacata.

  • The Shed, Wales

    Thursday March 27th, 2014

    From the outside it’s little more than a rustic wooden conservatory. But The Shed is reputedly home to some of the best seafood in Wales. Keith went along to find out what all the fuss was about…

  • Bianco43, Trafalgar Sq

    Thursday March 13th, 2014

    I’ve got a slice of pizza in my hand and I’m looking at a picture of a scruffy bloke with a dark goatee. It clicks. It’s Caravaggio. I recognise him not because I’m a man of art, but because I’m old enough to remember his face on a lira note.

  • The House of Holi

    Wednesday March 12th, 2014

    A puff of blue explodes in my face. Then a puff of yellow. Holy rainbow coloured smoke! I’m surrounded by a mob, and I can’t see much although I’m still laughing. Fortunately it’s not an angry mob but an excitable crowd, intent on causing harmless devastation by primary colour. The occasion: it’s the Hindu festival of Holi.

  • Brixton bucks up

    Monday February 24th, 2014

    Now Brixton’s demanding attention, and it’s been pulling punters south, giving previously established London foodie hangouts a rest from the culinary headlines. That’s because it has one thing that many other areas don’t: an idiosyncratic space with a unique dining vibe.