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a la Colthard

A topic that came up for discussion which has be come relevant in post-Brexit UK is could one live abroad? My own view is that if I did I would not choose France. There is an attitude of unhelpfulness  bordering on the rude. There were two examples yesterday when  Bob and I had our morning [...]

March 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

Une Journee sur la Cote

Michel Di Vacri We so enjoy the Rust visit here. ‘Monsieur Tickle’ as he is known is quite a character in a region where many British characters have settled. They chose a good time of the year. In May we have the Cannes film festival and Monaco Grand Prix so things get hectic and stay [...]

March 24, 2018 // 0 Comments

A la Colthard

Like Bob, I always look forward to the annual Rust pilgrimage to Nice with girlie expectation. We might even start another great Rust debate as to the merits or otherwise of visiting the same place. On one hand, we all know Nice well as this is our third time but on the other as life draws on [...]

March 22, 2018 // 0 Comments

Nice

The advance party left a cold and blustery Sussex yesterday early morning and within 5 hours we were enjoying the Royal Sea Food platter in Nice’s finest fish restaurant. The party comprised myself, Daffers and her p/a,  a French lady called Valerie. Valerie had immediately established her [...]

March 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

A la Colthard/ Schwarzreiter/ Bayerischer Hof

I prepped up on Munich restaurants and Schwarzreiter came up trumps. I was concerned as it was located in the Four Seasons Hotel and hotel restaurants can lack atmosphere and attract only a business clientele.  In fact it had a separate entrance and the number of business people were outnumbered [...]

March 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Hell of a journey

Yesterday I had a re-arranged dinner with my godson and his mother in Wimbledon. Our first planned dinner fell right in the middle of the blizzards that brought the country to a stand still when you were advised not to make your journey unless strictly necessary. We rescheduled for last night and I [...]

March 10, 2018 // 0 Comments

al la Colthard/Pascere

It’s tough for a new aspiring restaurant to impose itself in Brighton. The units are either too small or, in the case of the Marina too big and thus incurring large rents and service charges eating into profit margins. Obviously the converse applies if it’s too small: you don’t [...]

March 9, 2018 // 0 Comments

A la Colthard/The Front Room (Seaford)

Yesterday, on my way to Brighton to see the publisher of this esteemed organ, I met up with Chloe an old school friend of mine whom I had not seen in nearly three years, in of all places the quaint little town of Seaford in East Sussex. You may ask why Seaford and I was just coming to that. Rather [...]

February 23, 2018 // 0 Comments

A la Colthard/ Reubens

They say the indicator of a good Chinese restaurant is the number of Chinese there. Reubens is the only kosher restaurant in the West End and there were a goodly number of  Jewish people in yarmulkas eating there. This might because they cannot eat anywhere else but nonetheless I felt assured. I [...]

February 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

A la Colthard/English’s

It’s been some time since I visited English’s – must be 6 months- and I went there in the week for a variety of reasons. They were rolling out their spring menu, I wanted to congratulate personally the manager Nick Emmott on finishing  third in the Restaurant Manager of the Year [...]

February 9, 2018 // 0 Comments

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