Angel & Crown, good pub grub (and wine, too!)

Jan 23, 12 Angel & Crown, good pub grub (and wine, too!)

Posted by in Food and Wine, restaurants

The Angel & ¬†Crown is a new gastropub just re-opened in St. Martin’s Lane. A stones throw from Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square, ENO and numerous West End theatres, it’s in a great location and not only pulls a good pint, they have also redesigned the pub so that the upstairs is now a snappy dining room. The pub was...

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Chateau Musar – red and white wines of Lebanon

Nov 06, 11 Chateau Musar – red and white wines of Lebanon

Posted by in Lebanon

Imagine a winemaker who’s wine has to age for a minimum of 7 years before it’s released to the public. Madness you might think in this day and age where to hold even a year’s vintage¬† would be considered economic suicide – unless of course, one was a Port or Champagne producer. That is however, exactly what...

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Talking and walking with a Lebanese winemaker

“Punctuality is the virtue of the bored.” Evelyn Waugh I can’t say that the Winesleuth is ever bored and so I was running to meet the Lebanese winemaker, Habib Karam at a winetasting in West London, late as always. I don’t know how it happens, time just seems to creep up on me and before I know it, I’m...

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