Neil and Chris experience a moment of wonton abandon at the wonderful Poon’s Wontoneria on Charlotte Street. Reveling in the moment, they chat about two individual trips recently taken to Shrewsbury – and how much they both loved this historic market town.In fact, their brief conversation about Shrewsbury could serve as a pretty decent guide for anyone planning a foodie tour of the town – as could Neil’s recs on where to eat elsewhere in Shropshire. Chris raves about the delectable food he enjoyed during his own tour of the beautiful Isle of Man.
All that and much more in this episode of All Consumed!
Neil and Chris catch up at south Indian “village restaurant” Chettinad off Tottenham Court Road to record this episode of All Consumed. After enjoying a delicious meal, Chris talks Luddites and the antiauthoritarian spirit of Nottingham as Neil speaks to the joys of old school dining. Neil does Barbie; Chris does Oppenheimer. A number of other recs on what to see, eat, drink and read are shared, including Neil’s opinion on the best way to spend £28 in London at the moment.The duo ends the show pondering why anyone ever would want to teach their granny to suck eggs.
For this episode of All Consumed, Neil and Chris are joined by a guest – Emma Reynolds of Tonkotsu – who graciously hosts them at the Soho branch of her still growing portfolio of ramen bars.
After slurping down some of London’s tastiest noodles and munching through a delectable assortment of Japanese treats from the Tonkotsu menu, the trio chat about all sorts of fun stuff they’ve got up to recently.
Emma also reveals some insider restaurant news, including where her next outlets will open and which popular London eateries the team at Tonkotsu is planning to collaborate with.
Neil Davey and Chris Osburn catch up at ICCO, the People’s Pizzeria, on Goodge Street.
At this affordable Fitzrovia mainstay, the duo chat about recent travels – Thailand for Neil, Suffolk for Chris – as well as where to experience amazing art and eat delicious food right here in London. Chris explains how to ride around London (or anywhere really) on a new e-bike for £50 less than you might otherwise. Neil raves about a feel good film he reckons anyone would enjoy watching.
The result? An enjoyable episode with some solid tips to help you enjoy your summer.
Neil Davey and Chris Osburn have a fortifying Scottish breakfast at Deeney’s Cafe at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow.
After scarfing down the cafe’s famous Hamish MacBeth toastie (haggis, bacon, Cheddar, rocket, caramelised onions and mustard), they chew even more fat, mostly raving about great meals they’ve enjoyed recently. Chris shares a few of his favourite bakeries to visit while riding his bike around East London while Neil gives some recommendations for finding iconic road food in Louisiana as well as a couple of excellent places to eat in Texas. They both agree one San Antonio eatery in particular is an ideal stop for its renowned brisket tacos.
Neil Davey and Chris Osburn catch up over some burgers and chat about what’s impressed them the most since their last episode.
Listen in on their recommendations for food, drink, art, and film in London, as well as a couple of tips on what to see and where to eat in Leicester and an account on Neil’s recent visit to the number one gastropub in the UK.
Finally a new episode after nearly a year. Was it worth the wait? Hosts Neil Davey and Chris Osburn reckon so.
Chris is glad to chat about a few recent trips he’s taken while Neil just seems content to enjoy some spring weather. Both are giddy with gourmand glee about the reopening of one of their favourite London street food operators and to chew the fat about all sorts of other great stuff consumed in one way or another over the past month or so.
All Consumed is back (finally) with an episode about a few exceptionally nice things Neil and Chris have come across and thought were worth sharing with you.
Part of this episode was recorded during jazz brunch at Plaquemine Lock (plaqlock.com), an English pub on the canal in Angel that serves Louisiana and southern style dishes. During the meal, the duo chat about some food and travel highlights, and all before the live music starts because we’re that good.
Neil raves about experiencing a Hummer on the beach in San Luis Obispo, California while Chris looks forward to an upcoming visit to Austin, Texas. Both had fun on separate excursions to West Sussex. There’s even talk of a visit to a wine cellar once used by Henry VIII that’s now buried beneath the Ministry of Defence Main Building in Whitehall.
The show concludes with thoughts about their brunch at Plaquemine Lock as well as a subsequent meal at Chef Chantelle Nicholson’s fabulous new restaurant in Mayfair, Apricity.
Loads of foodie banter, tales of travel mischief, excellent London food recommendations and lots more filler jammed between two pieces of white loaf: Neil Davey and Chris Osburn – with special guests Allie Williams and Emma Westman – are back with a new episode of All Consumed. This one, all about sandwiches.
With wistful thoughts of a pre Covid world, tips on how to cope through the lockdown doldrums and some hopeful discourse about enjoying sarnies in the post pandemic future, the show features inspired talk about sandwiches – including how to make them, where to get them, and how to eat them.