Did I say we'd be living in London for three weeks in the spring? I meant to say three months. We've mostly been eating Indian food out--the baseline quality is so much higher than in the US and the high-end places don't really have equivalents in the US (well, there are places that charge a lot of money but their food doesn't compare).
On the blog so far I have written up meals at Quilon (a Michelin one star that specializes in the food of the southwestern coast), Malabar Junction (a far less fancy place that specializes in the food of Kerala) and two meals at the Cinnamon Club (which doesn't have the reputation of the other high-end places but which we think is really very good). This week I'll have a write-up of an old-school curry house.
We've also been eating some Chinese food. Have had a couple of meals at the aforementioned Ma La Sichuan--will write them up at some point. Have also had dim sum at Joy King Lau in Chinatown--quite solid dim sum in the mold of old-school places in the SGV. We'll probably eat some more mod dim sum at A.Wong in the near future, and we'll be at Royal China Club with friends in a few weeks.
The Cinnamon Club
Joy King Lau
And those interested in cheese might enjoy this look at Paxton & Whitfield, the oldest cheese shop in London--and if you're interested in cheese and whisky see here.