M Restaurant’s very own Mike Reid had a lot to say about aged steak in this month’s Men’s Health magazine. Read the full article here…
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A panel of leading chefs from the UK and Ireland, holding five Michelin stars between them, have named George Kataras from M Threadneedle Street, London, as the best young talented chef in the UK and Ireland in the S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2016 competition.
It’s been hailed “the Wagyu of the sea” and a fish that will revolutionise the world of fine dining. With award winning M Threadneedle Street and M Victoria Street among the first restaurants in the UK to feature cobia on the menu, their executive chef Michael Reid has joined forces with Open Blue, the world’s largest open-ocean fish farm, to demonstrate the versatility of this incredible fish at next week’s Taste of London in Regent’s Park.
Another great review for M Victoria Street, this time from Gay Times magazine. Read the full article below.
Choice. That’s always been the problem with eating out in London, hasn’t it? And probably the cause of a lot of arguments.
Neil Bennet, City AM’s wine columnist talks World Malbec Day, tastings at M Restaurants and interviews M founder Martin Williams.
The stars of Made in Chelsea were featured dining out at M Victoria on Tuesday night’s episode.
The scene opens at M GRILL with three of the main cast members discussing the dishes on offer. Pulling out some of the more exotic meat dishes such as the ‘kangaroo tartare’, and ‘pigs head’, they talked in detail about the menu.
The Spring issue of Victoria magazine includes a feature on M Founder Martin Williams and M VICTORIA STREET.
The feature focuses on the reasons behind opening M in Victoria, as well as the differences between each of the current sites and plans for future expansion. It goes on to explain Martin’s own background and inspiration for the brand.