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Category: Food & Travel

REVIEW: The Athenaeum hotel September 8, 2016

REVIEW: The Athenaeum hotel

  Right off the bat, let’s put it out there: The Athenaeum is in a pretty special location, steps from The Ritz and Buckingham Palace Gardens. Dripping with wealth and history, the area is always alluring, but aloof – an air of more »

REVIEW: Bombetta, Snaresbrook September 8, 2016

REVIEW: Bombetta, Snaresbrook

What? A brand new spot for meat lovers to pig(‘s head) out on flame-cooked cured meats and cheese, mere steps from the Central line. Drawing inspiration from village life in Puglia, the “spur” and “heel” of the Italian boot, Bombetta London’s more »

REVIEW: Benihana, Chelsea August 31, 2016

REVIEW: Benihana, Chelsea

WHAT?  Excellent food presented as performance, that’s fun for foodies of any age. It’s hard to grasp now, but when the first Benihana opened in America in 1964, Japanese cuisine was basically unknown in the Western world. The idea of more »

REVIEW: Fatburger, Camden August 31, 2016

REVIEW: Fatburger, Camden

WHAT: Burgers, burgers, burgers. Oh, and chicken. And insane milkshakes. And the crispiest onion rings this side of the pond. Coming in single, double or triple patties, these burgers aren’t messing about – hailing from the US, we more »

REVIEW: One Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells August 19, 2016

REVIEW: One Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells

WHAT? Originally a brewery and school house, One Warwick Park is now the trendiest place to stay in sleepy Tunbridge Wells. Clever architecture and painfully modern interior design has turned a series of unconnected structures into one more »

REVIEW: Shoreditch Grind, Old Street August 9, 2016

REVIEW: Shoreditch Grind, Old Street

WHAT: A surprisingly serene spot for Shoreditch workers who are serious about coffee and cake. WHERE: Right on the circumference of stressful Old Street roundabout, you’d be forgiven for thinking Shoreditch Grind wasn’t a pleasant more »

REVIEW: Café Loren, Camden August 5, 2016

REVIEW: Café Loren, Camden

WHAT: A peaceful hidey-hole serving excellent coffee and fresh Israeli dishes, bang in the middle of crazy Camden. WHY GO? The beating heart of Camden’s bustling market is something everyone has to experience – and boy, they try, more »

REVIEW: Bottomless Brunch @ HotBox, Spitalfields August 5, 2016

REVIEW: Bottomless Brunch @ HotBox, Spitalfields

WHAT: A hipster haven of sparse decor, potent cocktails and mountains of smoked meat. If any restaurant’s Instagram can tempt you to book up a boozy weekend brunch, it’s that of Hot Box. Jaw-dropping snaps of chunky smoked meat, oozing more »

REVIEW: Brunch at Beagle, Hoxton July 21, 2016

REVIEW: Brunch at Beagle, Hoxton

WHAT: Obsessively-made, beautifully presented, proper British food, served in a pared-back setting under the arches at Hoxton overground station. Simple exposed brick andwooden furniture let the ever-changing short menu and extensive wine, more »

REVIEW: C’Alice, Fulham Broadway July 14, 2016

REVIEW: C’Alice, Fulham Broadway

WHAT? Before you ask, it’s pronounced “kah-lee-che”, and it means ‘chalice’ in Italian – as well as nodding to one of the owners’ names – Alice Ravelli, who opened this new Italian restaurant in more »

REVIEW: Yolk @ Duke of Wellington, Dalston July 14, 2016

REVIEW: Yolk @ Duke of Wellington, Dalston

You can keep your tiny, fancy dishes and your complicated menus – on a Saturday morning after a long week, Londoners want eggs, cooked perfectly every time. And that’s one thing Yolk guarantee they’ll serve you – in a variety more »

REVIEW: Institute Of Light, London Fields July 14, 2016

REVIEW: Institute Of Light, London Fields

Londoners are time poor, so any new venue offering two, three or even four things in one go often gets a thumbs up from us. Not just any old things, mind – top quality entertainment and food with a more »

REVIEW: Obica Mozzarella Bar, St. Paul’s June 17, 2016

REVIEW: Obica Mozzarella Bar, St. Paul’s

A fusion of Asian tradition with Italian delicacies might sound an odd mix, but the new Obica mozzarella bar in St. Paul’s does just that. Based on the concept of small sharing dishes, seated around a statement high bar (you’d be forgiven for more »

REVIEW: The Gate, Islington June 15, 2016

REVIEW: The Gate, Islington

Anyone in search of a beautiful spot in which to wine, dine and unwind that just so happens not to serve meat, The Gate‘s the place. With vegan/veggie options so varied, one needs a key to decipher them, and catering to myriad dietary requirements, more »

WINE TASTING: Marques De Casa Concha With The Spectator Magazine June 14, 2016

WINE TASTING: Marques De Casa Concha With The Spectator Magazine

Listen up, grape lovers –  there’s a gorgeous wine tasting event happening this week (Thursday 16th June) and we promise it’ll exceed all expectations. London’s The Clerkenwell will welcome Marcelo Papa, one of Chile’s more »