Keith Springer supplied fresh produce to the restaurant trade in the early 1980’s and counted Chez Nico, La Tante Claire, The Mirabelle, Le Caprice, The Ivy, Menage À Trois and Gravetye Manor amongst his clientele. He opened his first restaurant, Continental Drift in 1993 and went on to found the Chelsea Jazz Supper Club, JaK’s of Lower Sloane Street in 1996, which was awarded a bib gourmand by Michelin. His irreverent restaurant review column, Man About Town, first appeared in Epicurean Life Magazine the following year and he has just celebrated the column’s 15th Anniversary and was recently appointed Features Editor.
Not to be missed
Iconic in sprawl, serenity, and self contained splendour, The Carneros Inn is ...
After many recommendations from friends we booked a week in advance.
They’re refilling my piping mug of Peet’s beneath a soaring ...