All posts tagged: broadway market

Cheese and Beef at Bordelaise, Tooting

Cheese. Beef. France. Perfection! When I heard about new restaurant Bordelaise in Tooting, it sounded like my idea of heaven. As any regular readers of the blog will know, those are some of my favourite things in life, so I was really excited to pay Bordelaise a visit, especially as it was a new local business. Located in the heart of Broadway Market, it’s a small and cosy venue. Many of the restaurants in my area, Bordelaise included, have been given glowing reviews in media outlets like Time Out and Evening Standard recently, our lovely Tooting is certainly growing in popularity! We took a seat in the restaurant, set up with traditional wooden tables and red walls adorned with French art, and tried a Swiss beer to begin with (‘1936’), I believe a first for me, and it was really nice – light and refreshing! We were presented with the cheeseboard and offered three to choose from – it was so difficult to decide (first world problems, but a real problem for a cheese lover!). …

Dinner at Plot, Broadway Market Tooting

I’m always so excited by new restaurant openings in Tooting. At the weekend it’s great not to have to trek into Central London to get awesome food and so having an even greater selection of restaurants and cuisines on your doorstep is a bonus. I recently came across a new opening called Plot on Twitter and managed to get a table on the opening weekend earlier this month. Well, I say table, more like two seats. We arrived at Broadway Marketing and found the new restaurant with a very cool layout – a nice marble-topped bar with stool seating around it, and gas heaters keeping people warm, because it was bloody cold in that market, despite being indoors! On the other side of the worktop was the whole restaurant – a small kitchen area with everything being cooked on display, an area for prep/plating and a bar. The menu is equally compact, but hey they say good things come in small packages. And that’s certainly the case at Plot! The restaurant was opened by cousins …