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Caravan Bankside – Review – coffee roasters with an international larder…

What drew me to Caravan was hearing about its huge reputation for being the Antipodean coffee roasters with an international…

Posted in Barbeque Good for Groups Informal London Bridge Smoked meats

Texas Joes – Review – A Decent Bit of BBQ?

London right about now a place where you’re guaranteed a decent bit of barbecue. Texas Joe’s, a stone throw away…

Posted in Cheap Eats Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Japanese Noodles North of the River Open Kitchen Sushi

Bento Cafe – Camden – Does it taste good?

I was first introduced to Bento Cafe around 15 years ago by an old flame who got my taste in…

Posted in Brunch Coffee Good for Groups Informal Pizza South of the River

Brew Cafe – Review – Exploring Brunch Culture

My idea of a good brunch involves soul enriching dim sum and a whole load of dark pu erh tea…

Posted in Cocktails Counter Dining Fitzrovia Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Korean Middle Eastern Open Kitchen

Foleys Fitzrovia – Review – Fun in Fitzrovia, An Umami Hose Down

Foleys is the brain child of Head Chef Mitz Vora, a former sous-chef of the much lauded Paloma. He creates…

Posted in 1 Michelin Star Bookings only Cantonese Cocktails Craft beer/ales Formal Good for dates Good for Groups Mayfair Posh Nosh Tasting Menu

Hakkasan – Hanway Place, Posh Cantonese Classics

Hakkasan Mayfair, the sister restaurant to Hakkasan Hanway Place (2011), first started trading in November 2010. Within a year of…

Posted in 1 Michelin Star Bookings only Cantonese Chinese Cocktails Counter Dining Dim Sum Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Open Kitchen Tasting Menu Victoria

A.Wong – Review – Peddling Dim Sum In Pimlico

What I’ve noticed about Cantonese food in London is a transcending trajectory away from the Essex fake-tan shade gone wrong…

Posted in Dress to impress Formal French Good for dates Good for Groups Posh Nosh

Bleeding Heart – Review – Farringdon, A Bistro with a bloody history

Since 1983, the Bleeding Heart has been serving bistro style French cuisine in their low ceilinged basement dining room. The…

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Smokestak Review – Barbecue That Will Knock Your Socks Off

Smokestak is the brainchild of former Roka front of house worker David Carter. Before he opened the restaurant in 2016,…

Posted in Burgers Counter Dining Craft beer/ales Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Scottish Seafood Steak

Mac and Wild – Review – The Burger Received A Gong

Mac and Wild Devonshire Square launched in November 2016, with a shtick to peddle Scottish game, cooked in a variety…