by Andrew Chalk
On a recent trip to London I checked in to some of the recent openings (and a couple of old familiars). Here are a few of the findings…
Next to Hampstead Heath overground (train) station. A classic traditional British Indian in business for over 40 years. Insufferably popular (an hour’s wait on Sunday at 7pm) so reservations are essential.
Recommended: Chicken Chaat ($7), Magnus Gosht ($15), Cragoe Murg ($13). Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Jonathan Bailey is an award winning architect who builds multi-billion dollar children’s hospitals around the globe. He just acquired another firm overseas and took on 100’s more employees in the buyout. But the man comes from humble beginnings. As a teen Jonathan was one of the foreman at Six Flags and ran the famous flume ride. That was back when there was an evil giant wielding an ax who would nearly slice your log in two as you made the long pass up a ramp before the giant dip into that neon green water waiting below.
Now the world renowned architect is foreman of his own multi-national firm who often takes conference calls with the French government, or a team of designers in Cairo as it was earlier this week. But further into these conversations Jonathan will often cut the conferences short and bow out of the conversation as he did on Wednesday. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
While many Olympians are enjoying their first taste of the Western world in the Big Mac, others appear to be enjoying more exotic dishes. Nick Delpopolo, judo master and New Jersey martial artist conceded today that he has tested positive for marijuana but insists that he did not smoke the illegal herb. Continue reading
By Steven Doyle
PETA making flavor suggestions again
Call it outrageous, call it chilling, but in London they were calling it a nice afternoon snack. Icecreamists founder Matt O’Connor was selling quite a bit of a frozen oddity, human breast milk ice cream — that is until local authorities seized his stash of “Baby Gaga” which was described Continue reading