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Articles By: Amy Everett

REVIEW: Blanchette East, Brick Lane September 19, 2017

REVIEW: Blanchette East, Brick Lane

WHAT: An incorrigibly authentic French restaurant hiding in plain view behind the busy market stalls of Brick Lane. The epitome of a neighbourhood gem, think Art Nouveau tiling, distressed walls and lush botanicals, but a fun surprise around every...read more »

REVIEW: Lupita East, Liverpool Street September 19, 2017

REVIEW: Lupita East, Liverpool Street

WHAT? With three branches across London, Lupita prides itself on authentic Mexican food at great prices, from crispy tacos to super-filling enchilada bowls via gigantic curls of crunchy fried cheese smothered in guacamole. Expect the usual facets of...read more »

REVIEW: Tuyo, Broadway Market September 18, 2017

REVIEW: Tuyo, Broadway Market

WHAT: Beneath a bevy of beautiful botanicals, a beguiling mix of Middle Eastern and European food is served by ex Salt Yard chef Ricardo Pimental. WHERE: In a charming spot just up from Broadway Market’s myriad hipster delights, perched on the...read more »

REVIEW: Coqfighter, Boxpark Shoreditch September 18, 2017

REVIEW: Coqfighter, Boxpark Shoreditch

  WHAT? Vodka-battered chicken wings, panko fried chicken burgers and piles of crunchy pickles so good they’re sure to ruffle the Colonel’s feathers. WHERE? Boxpark Shoreditch’s myriad food options lacked a posh chicken shop,...read more »

REVIEW: Marcella, Deptford September 1, 2017

REVIEW: Marcella, Deptford

WHAT? The latest venture from the team behind gloriously unfussy neighbourhood Italian, Artusi. Bringing a taste of the Adriatic coast to Deptford, Marcella continues the focus on well-sourced, simple ingredients served in sparse, trendy environs. Before...read more »

REVIEW: Clutch, Hoxton August 30, 2017

REVIEW: Clutch, Hoxton

WHY GO? ‘Guilt-free’ and ‘fried chicken’ aren’t words you’d normally put together, but Clutch‘s (free-range) poultry is fried in nut oil, which leaves you less bloated and your skin clearer. Listening now,...read more »

REVIEW: Peyotito, Notting Hill August 18, 2017

REVIEW: Peyotito, Notting Hill

WHAT? One of Latin America’s most revered chefs delivers unique Mexican food in a beautiful West London setting – think high-quality (and high strength) tequila and mezcal cocktails, meaty tacos (gluten and dairy-free opions aplenty) and...read more »

REVIEW: Tombo, Soho August 16, 2017

REVIEW: Tombo, Soho

WHAT? Japanese for dragonfly (denoting renewal and positive force), Tombo is London’s first authentic Japanese café & matcha bar. By that, we mean pretty much everything in here is gloriously healthy – and green. WHERE? You can find branches...read more »

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Stoke Newington August 16, 2017

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Stoke Newington

WHAT? A properly authentic, buzzy Jamaican food joint ready to blow your head off with super strong cocktails and Scotch Bonnet – combine the two and you’ll forget what you ordered in the first place. When Jamaican Independence Day rolls...read more »

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo August 2, 2017

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo

WHY GO? For a raucous party and rambunctious cocktails every night of the week. We headed to London’s Waterloo branch for mojitos, mole and morbidly bad dancing to live music – and here’s why you should too. Cubana’s organic chorizo...read more »

REVIEW: The Diner, Camden August 2, 2017

REVIEW: The Diner, Camden

WHAT? A newly refurbished branch of The Diner in Camden, serving up pancakes, burgers, shakes, dogs and eggs with an All-American smile. WHY GO? If you’re gonna do something wrong, you might as well do it right. Very little on The Diner’s...read more »

REVIEW: Ping Pong, Southbank July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Ping Pong, Southbank

WHAT? Ping Pong have an all-new summer menu, sprinkled with light bites and all too drinkable pitchers of Asian Pimms & lemonade. Think smoked chilli chicken wings, a spring roll salad bowl, rice burger sliders and coconut ash ice cream with activated...read more »

REVIEW: Nirvana Kitchen, Marylebone July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Nirvana Kitchen, Marylebone

WHAT? A polished Asian restaurant attached to Marylebone’s Montcalm hotel, Nirvana Kitchen brings surprises from all corners of the Far East. WHY GO? Cracking lobster curry, moreish mochi and a stylish yet laid-back setting – the perfect...read more »

REVIEW: Bun House, Soho July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Bun House, Soho

WHY GO? Pillow-soft buns, interesting Asian beers and pickled *everything*. A secret Soho spot to keep up your sleeve… WHAT? A small, unassuming bun house in the middle of buzzy Soho, a couple of minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Road...read more »

REVIEW: Emilia’s Pasta, St Katherine Docks May 27, 2017

REVIEW: Emilia’s Pasta, St Katherine Docks

WHAT? Velvety soft pastas, lovingly made sauces and a romantic dockside setting, a short walk from Tower Hill. WHY GO? For balmy nights by the water with great wine and comfort food that’ll nourish your soul. Sitting outside on a summer’s...read more »