Friday 31 October 2014
Business with personality
It’s difficult to judge Tredwell’s on its own merits – as a much-better-than-average city diner – rather than as a part of the Wareing empire, but the food is solid, the service snappy and the cocktails wet
Tom Storrar, head chef at Soho's Blanchette, on his beef fillet with courgettes, sarladaise potatoes and green peppercorn sauce
There are perks to being the Bottle Opener, and this is definitely one of them.
City A.M.'s picks for the weekend ahead
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