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Smith & Wollensky – Review (The Strand) More style over substance?

Smith & Wollensky first established in 1977 in the US it comes across the Atlantic to London and opens it’s…

Posted in Barbeque City Cocktails Craft beer/ales Informal Open Kitchen Smoked meats

Pitt Cue – Review (Liverpool St) From trailer to meaty mantra – road tested 3 times

Pitt Cue’s humble beginnings commenced during the summer of 2011, along the South Bank, serving US influenced BBQ from their trailer….

Posted in 1 Michelin Star Cocktails Formal Great British Chef Italian Mayfair Wine pairing

Murano – Review (Mayfair) My two visits – Angela Hartnett has got serious game

Angela Hartnett MBE worked in the Ramsey stable for 15 years and became the first female chef-patron in 2002 at The…

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Kenza – Review (City) Middle Eastern for the City boys & girls

Kenza meaning treasure in ‘Arabic’ has been around for a while now, 6th of September 2007 was when owner Tony Kitous…

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City Social – Review (City) My ‘Social’ penchant grows stronger

Jason Atherton’s bow has many strings. A big one includes City Social which opened on the 1st of May 2014, taking over the…

Posted in Cocktails Counter Dining Middle Eastern Open Kitchen Soho

Le Bab – Review (Kingley Court, Carnaby Street) Long live the renaissance

Le Bab first opened their doors in January 2016 by founders Stephen Tozer & former Le Gavroche chef Ed Brunet. Together, since 2014, they laid their…

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Shackfuyu – Review (Soho) Pop-up turns permanent

The Asian food craze seems to be going from strength to strength, with countless bao outlets, pop-ups, ramen joints, dumpling…

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Canto Corvino – Review (Spitalfields) Modern Italian fare that surprises

I’m yet to visit but the squad behind Manicomio who have restaurants in St Pauls and Chelsea have headed to Spitalfields for…