Showing posts from April, 2015

Rabbit @ Sloane Square

Link: Address: 172 King's Road, Chelsea, London Sometimes dubbed as the best British Tapas at its finest, this restaurant is apparently owned three brothers (a restaurateur, a chef and, a farmer) and indeed, the food is good (though tad pricy). Tip: Do Not order the Set Menu which costs 28 pounds per person... seems like you end up paying more. We ended up seemingly to have one dish which is not bigger than individually ordered dishes and sharing among the three of us. Just order individual dishes as it is probably cheaper. Article from the Telegraph: The Rabbit Loosener Drink! (Virgin or with Vodka) The Mouthfuls: Crab Bomb, Mushroom Marmite Eclair, Rabbit Rilettes, Chicory Seabass Roe The Mushroom Marmite Eclair was really good and I didn't really detect a hint of marmite, but just very strong truffles

Saatchi Gallery @ Sloane Square

Link: Address: Duke of York's HQ King's Road London SW3 4RY Just a few minutes walk from Sloane Square tube Station is Saatchi Gallery that showcases contemporary art.  Do check out their exhibitions as it can be quite interesting. Check out the Patek Philippe 2015 exhibition here . Hermes Wanderland Hermes Collections 9th April to 2nd of May “Flânerie, that wonderfully liberating art of urban wandering, is second nature to Hermès, one could even say our most profound nature”, recounts Pierre-Alexis Dumas, the house’s Artistic Director and sixth generation member, evoking the 2015 Hermès theme.  Quintessentially Parisian, flânerie is about revelling in the unexpected. “The journey through Wanderland draws its coherence from two intrinsic elements of la flânerie: dreaming and freedom of spirit”, explains Bruno Gaudichon, curator of La Piscine-Musée d'Art et d'Industrie in Roubaix, who was commissioned to create the exhibiti