Over recent years this restaurant has become a real favourite and I have to say that after our latest visit on saturday there’s definitely no reason to think this will change in the future. The Five Fields is set in Blacklands Terrace a quiet little street of the Kings Road in Chelsea. Here you will enter to a beautiful cosy dining room and enjoy a fabulous lunch / dinner with amazing food , great wine and excellent friendly service.

I do like to support local businesses as much as I can. This led to saturday when it gave me great pleasure to head to Epping for a Home Grown Kitchen pop up evening. This event was hosted by Danny Lee and Phoebe Goulding who met when they were employed with the Galvin group. At the moment while they’re in the process making adjustments to their personal lives they’ve decided to host a series of pop up evenings as well as other catering events.

There have not been many times in my foodie life that I get absolutely blown away but I can honestly say that this was one of those occasions. On our previous to the Bailiwick Freehouse we have enjoyed a fabulous lunch , an evening a la carte and a fantastic sunday lunch. But what we experienced on saturday evening was nothing short of stunning.

The Cote de Beouf sunday roast is one of the best you’ll find anywhere and this latest one was no exception. The beef was cooked to perfection and accompanied by a huge yorkshire pudding , seasonal vegetables , roast potatoes , a jus to die for and of course horseradish sauce. I would highly recommend a visit to Haywards to see for yourself.


ROAST RATING : 9.7 / 10

There could not have been a much better way to get my 2022 Michelin Star year up and running than with an absolutely fabulous lunch at Da Terra. The food with some new dishes and redesigned old ones was amazing , the wine pairings from sommelier Maria were perfect and the service was impeccable as always. We’ve had the pleasure of visiting this restaurant from the beginning three years ago through to the two michelin stars they have now but I would have to say that this visit just about tops them all.

Well I hope you all day a good Xmas and new year but now it’s time to get back on the dessert trail. So here are some fabulous delights from the month of January.

We enjoyed some fabulous visits to Kervan Kitchen Gidea Park last year and if our lunch on Sunday is anything to go by then we’re in for another fantastic year again. The food is always amazing and this is matched by the friendliest of service that makes this restaurant an absolute pleasure to visit.

When it comes to a Sunday Roast your always hopeful that it’s a good one. We’ll I can definitely say this roast beef roast at the Lord Napier in Hackney Wick was. The beef was cooked perfectly and accompanied with seasonal vegetables , roast potatoes , yorkshire pudding as well as side dishes of amazing cauliflower cheese & pigs in blankets.

On our previous visits including a tasting menu , sunday lunch and last year’s outside dining experience we’ve enjoyed fabulous food and service. But after our lunch yesterday I can honestly say that the bar has been raised to the next level. The service is still as good as it gets but the food under the inspiration of head chef James and pastry chef Chris was definitely the best we’ve had so far at the Greyhound.