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I was introduced to Andrew Edmunds by a good friend as we were walking around Soho one Saturday afternoon. I think I was spoilt from the beginning as I liked the fact that there was no business card, and that we were given a menu to retrieve contact details from that was also hand written. If you were not specifically looking for the Andrew Edmunds, it can be easily missed as it has a discrete dark frontage. My first memories of the place was the wonderful smell of food when you entered the restaurant.On this occasion we were a large party, and were accommodated in their basement dining area (it was like...
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I have only written the title and already must own up to a mistruth. I wasn't actually eating at Andrew Edmunds but was meeting a colleague for lunch in The Academy Club above the restaurant. The food however, comes from the same kitchen so it's a fair assumption that the restaurant version is the same. I chose the Slow Cooked Octopus with Tomatoes, Choritzo, Capers and Olives, starter size, as a light lunch with a plate of French bread to soak up the delicious juices. I have cooked and eaten octopus many times and the secret of success for this flavoursome dish is the method of tenderising the meat....
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