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Gastro Day – Bao Fitzrovia, Tombo And Okan – A Day Of Food

From a 6 seat market shack to a roaring success in Soho and now a 3rd instalment in Fitzrovia, whatever…

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Ember Yard – Review (Soho) My first and most recent visits

The Ember Yard is the fourth instalment from the Salt Yard Group and my second voyage in conquering all of their restaurants after staying…

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Le Bab Revisited

I first came here back in February this year and loved the concept of old uni friends collaborating to create Le…

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Hoppers – Revisited (Soho) To all the queue haters, it’s actually worth the wait!

During my first visit to Hoppers just before Christmas 2015 I queued for 30 minutes at 11.30am before their doors opened at…

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Blacklock – Review (Soho) Vegetarians please look away

Gordon Ker who previously worked at The Hawksmoor, opened his solo venture on the 16th of February 2015 at 24 Great…

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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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Hoppers London – Review (Soho) The best Curry in Soho?

Hoppers London opened on the 28th of October 2015 replacing Koya (who were famed for cooking fresh udon noodles), by the…

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The Palomar Restaurant – Review (Soho) Electronica DJ Come Restauranteur

The pitch for Palomar is a novel one for me, yes it nestles in the heart of Theatreland in Soho but what…

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Bao Soho – Review – was it worth the wait?

Bao London is a Soho highlight, launched in April 2015 from humble beginnings, a 6 seat hut in fact at Netil Market…