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Category: Food & Travel

REVIEW: HANKIES, Indian Street Food In The West End March 15, 2018

REVIEW: HANKIES, Indian Street Food In The West End

Guest food writer Nathaniel Collins gets to grips with the delicacies on offer at new West-End Indian haunt, Hankies. For the last decade or so, London’s culinary scene has been gripped by the most welcome revolution of street food. The simple more »

REVIEW: The Duke Of Wellington, De Beauvoir Town February 12, 2018

REVIEW: The Duke Of Wellington, De Beauvoir Town

 WHY GO? A Victorian pub in Dalston, this place has true personality, serving real ale and craft beer throughout quiz, comedy & film nights. Staff are wonderfully friendly, there’s a regularly-changing roster of kitchen residents and more »

REVIEW: LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market February 12, 2018

REVIEW: LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market

  WHAT? Established in London’s East End, LASSCO has dealt in reclamation and salvage since 1979. Bridging the gap between the demolition trade and architectural design, they create treasure troves full of rescued relics that make for more »

REVIEW: Arepa & Co, Haggerston February 12, 2018

REVIEW: Arepa & Co, Haggerston

WHY GO? To try authentic Venezuelan arepas and capachas – 100% wheat and gluten-free cornbread and sweetcorn pancakes fried to golden perfection, then stuffed with cheeses, meats and lashings of avocado (what else?). WHERE? Perched on the more »

REVIEW: Honest burgers, Brixton Village February 12, 2018

REVIEW: Honest burgers, Brixton Village

WHAT? A tiny little joint in the bustle of Brixton village, serving British meat doused in indulgent sauces alongside perfectly crisp rosemary chips. With branches spreading across London, you’re sure to have come across Honest Burgers – more »

REVIEW: La Ventana, Dalston February 1, 2018

REVIEW: La Ventana, Dalston

WHAT? A spanking new Spanish restaurant in Dalston Square, from the people behind the ever-excellent La Farola. Brunch fiends across North London will gush about Angel stalwart La Farola given the chance; tales of heavenly huevos rotos, Spanish more »

REVIEW: Zia Lucia, Holloway January 30, 2018

REVIEW: Zia Lucia, Holloway

WHAT? The Italian word ‘Zia’ denotes family, or more specifically, a beloved Auntie who can always make you feel at home. That’s the vibe this friendly neighbourhood pizzeria is shooting for, caring for your needs with 48-hour more »

REVIEW: Orange Buffalo @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen January 30, 2018

REVIEW: Orange Buffalo @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

WHAT: One of Hoxton’s original and best live music venues invites you to try fiery fried chicken with slap-in-the-face sauces. WHERE: Just off Old Street and seconds from the mains streets of Shoreditch is Hoxton Square, home to a handful of more »

REVIEW: Pamban, Camden January 23, 2018

REVIEW: Pamban, Camden

WHAT? A cosy nook on the cobbled streets of Camden market, Pamban peddles authentic Indian and Sri Lankan fare: think warming chai, organic coffee, buttery pastries and seriously good curry dishes served by super passionate foodies. Sleek design more »

REVIEW: The Real Greek, Dulwich Village November 9, 2017

REVIEW: The Real Greek, Dulwich Village

Guest food writer Nathaniel Collins reports on the latest addition to South East London’s picturesque Dulwich Village. The Real Greek, a restaurant specialising in eastern Mediterranean cuisine, has forayed into areas that high street 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 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 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’ 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 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 more »