Giles Coren reviews Orasay - News Summed Up

Giles Coren reviews Orasay


Guilty though I was of myriad fogeyish lucubrations anent the hipster restaurant revolution in its early days – waxing huffish on the matter of queues, beards, tats, mateyness, drinks in jam jars and a general sense of the staff having a better time than the diners – I have since very publicly rescinded my unwonted rancour and wholeheartedly embraced the movement. I love the new relaxed way of eating out and its prioritising of well-sourced and not overfiddled platefuls ahead of fancy decor and all the pomp and ceremony of yore. Assuming I can get into a hipster joint without standing for an hour in the rain, I am generally delighted by the long eating bar, cheap furniture, bare brick walls, mismatched crockery and imaginatively…


Source: The Times April 19, 2019 23:07 UTC



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