I went to Zuma for the first time since being wheelchair enabled. Previously I had been on my crutches. It’s quite expensive Japanese food but excellent, especially the beef from the ‘tasting menu’. The place is buzzing as a trendy place to be seen in, in Knightsbridge. No one bothers too much that you’re in…

The French Lieutenant took me to a bar he said would be right for me, cool, trendy, full of antiques and with a hippo on the wall! Initially insulted I was also intrigued. So we found Loungelover in a back street near Shoreditch High St. This is a bar which is part of  Les Trois…

The Riding House Cafe in Gt. Titchfield St., was the venue last night. I went with Lieutenants 2 & 3. Lieutenant 3 is the film director for my videos – coming soon to You Tube. As always I asked  about accessibility on booking, there were no surprises. I was warned of the step to get…

The Hereford in Notting Hill was suggested by Lieutenant No 1, as somewhere I should review. Rang first re disabled toilet and level access – the only problem I was told would be a step to negotiate at the entrance. We arrived and the entrance was duly dealt with – not too difficult. We were…

 Went to Rock  & Rose in Richmond last month and as soon as they saw me coming they got the ramp out and a glass of champagne! Great place for a casual lunch or a more formal occasion. Particularly like the Cecil Beaton Rose wallpaper. Very helpful staff but quite a full restaurant so try…

  The other Friday I and my trusted Lieutenant visited Marcus Wareing’s Restaurant The Gilbert Scott at St. Pancras. My first visit had been earlier in the year and as it was newly opened their disabled facilities were a bit haphazard e.g. I was told there was a lift  and ramp into the bar but…

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