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The Britannia Richmond. “…if I was in a muttering mood then I’d say the roasties weren’t crispy and the gravy’s depth went missing in action”

Richmond is a hoity-toity part of town, a suburban area of South West London, full of posh shops, normal ones,…

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Brigadiers Review. “Eating it is like getting out of the right side of bed, mood lifting and I always order it”.

Brigadiers is a multi chambered 140-cover Anglo Indian tavern that has been doing their thing with big fisted-flavour inside the…

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Via Emilia By Roots Review – The speciality of the house are the gnoccho fritto, a crimped bread in the shape of pillows fried until it puffs up

The team from Food roots opens Via Emilia in November 2017. I lifted this from their website: “Necessarily quality comes with authenticity;…

Posted in Craft beer/ales Gastropub Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Surrey

The White Hart Review Chipstead. “The universally popular country boozer”.

If you like quintessential pubs, then you’ll like The White Hart in Chipstead, a Surrey Village, full of quaint rural…

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The Prince of Wales – Hampton Court. Delivers on its promise.

The Prince of Wales pub nestles itself in Hampton Court Village which is full of floppy eared dogs, arty-crafty shops,…

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Kings Head Teddington “Everything deserves a second chance”

The Kings Head in Teddington is part of the White Brasserie pub group, where the legend Mr Raymond Blanc (Le…

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The Ship Wandsworth Review. If you don’t get claustrophobic, then you probably will develop the condition as it gets utterly rammed to an inch of its life.

The ship is a boozer that overlooks the River Thames right by the traffic clogged Wandworth Bridge Road. You know…

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Chick and Beers Burlington Road. “The crunchy exterior gives away the soft, gorgeous chicken within that’s ripping hot and bellows steam as you bite into it”.

The first Chick and Beers is located on Burlington Road, if you want to get technical it’s the B282 that…

Posted in Burgers Cheap Eats Cocktails Craft beer/ales Good for Groups Informal Shoreditch

Hache Burger Shoreditch …”The burgers are very tidy examples of the breed, they are fine moo in a bun”

Hache Burger was founded in 2004 by Beresford and Susie Casey, they have seven sights in total, six in the…

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Red Rooster Review… It’s fluent in live music and soul food

Behold Red Rooster and the man behind it – celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson. He’s Ethiopian by descent, raised in Sweden…