Monday, November 13, 2006


Only days to go before the opening of 'Floyd's' at the Burasari Hotel and, really looking forward to 'Floyd's Cookery Theatre' at the Linthwaite House Hotel and also looking forward to a couple of gigs on ITV's Saturday Cooks, with my mate Anthony Worrell Thompson. I notice in Marco Pierre White's autobiography that he mentioned me very kindly.

Look out for our diary from Thailand.


Blogger NuneatonChris said...

Cant wait til your back on the telly - its been a long time. BRING BACK FLOYD!!!

12:32 PM  
Blogger BenRad said...

Keith, you are a legend! When are you going to be on the Saturday Cooks shows? When will you be bringing your One Man Show to Sussex. Missed out last time due to the cancellations. I hope you well and wish you all the luck with your new restaurant.

4:41 AM  
Blogger Debbie said...

Keith, I am a Belgian journalist wanting to visit your restaurant in Thailand last november and already wanting to do since a year a story/interiew with you for a Belgian newspaper but your management couldn't care less! Too bad because we do can read English in Belgium, do love good cooking (and a glass of wine) and do watch BBC.... best, Debbie

2:34 AM  
Blogger AlexPeterson said...

I have just got back from Thailand. My girlfriend and I made our way especially over to Phuket from the east coast for the final days of our holiday to have dinner at your restaurant. This was to be the highlight to a fabulous two weeks. To our extreme disappointment we found a very limited menu that was obviously not from your repertoire. Burasari should not have announced the opening and got us there under false pretenses. I was going to say something to Chris (the manager?) but we decided not to in the end. All the best anyway, hope you're well. Admiringly Alex & Bev from London

2:45 AM  
Blogger charlie said...

Keith, you mentioned in one of your spain progs. that food was related to architecture. Quite true, I worked on Wells Cathedral and many of the old stones chopped out and replaced, the joints were proped up by oyster shells. Approx 1300 ad.

9:15 AM  

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