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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 Counter Dining Great British Chef Informal Italian Mayfair

Cafe Murano – Review (St James’s Street) Northern Italian fare shines

Cafe Murano of St James’s is Angela Hartnett’s second solo outpost. It’s been around since the 13th of November 2013 with an…

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…

Posted in Asian Cocktails Counter Dining Fusion Informal Japanese Korean Soho Tasting Menu

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…

Posted in Cash only Cheap Eats Chinese Informal Mainland China North of the River Sichuan | Szechuan

Xi’an Impression – Review (Holloway Road) There is hope in Holloway

Xi’an Impression is run by the guys from Sichuan Folk. It first opened in July 2015 directly opposite the Emirates Stadium in…

Posted in Bistro Bloomsbury Brasserie French Informal Modern British Wine Bar

Noble Rot – Review – Paris in Bloomsbury

Noble Rot was originally formed in 2013 as a food and wine publication founded by Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew. Dan Keeling…

Posted in 2 Michelin Stars Formal French Great British Chef Mayfair Tasting Menu Wine pairing

Le Gavroche – Review (Mayfair) It’s an institution

Le Gavroche was first opened in 1967 by Michel Roux Snr and Albert Roux.  Originally it was based at 61 Lower Sloane…

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New Mayflower Chinese Restaurant – Cantonese Food That Thrills Your Palate

New Mayflower needs no introduction in my opinion – it was my first post on here back in September 2012 and…

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Signor Sassi – Review (Knightsbridge) You Can’t Beat The Classics

Signor Sassi is a Knightsbridge institution that has been around since 1984. From 2007 the ownership belonged to the San Carlo Group….

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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…