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Category: Food

RedFarm Has Arrived In London November 13, 2018

RedFarm Has Arrived In London

WHAT? An achingly modern alternative to prissy dim sum joints, flying in red gingham, Pacman dumplings and pillowy custard bao fresh from New York. RedFarm squeezes in 96 covers across three floors, a penny’s throw from the street performers in...read more »

Is Hello Fresh Worth The Hype? November 12, 2018

Is Hello Fresh Worth The Hype?

WHAT? Hello Fresh delivers a box of freshly sourced, expertly put together ingredients to your door, encouraging you to cook your own meals from scratch without having to traipse to the shops. HOW MUCH? We tried the £34.99 Classic Box for two people,...read more »

REVIEW: Duck & Waffle, Bishopsgate November 9, 2018

REVIEW: Duck & Waffle, Bishopsgate

WHY GO? When an occasion is so special only a spectacular view will do, there are a few London stalwarts you can rely on. The Shard’s dramatic height reduces cars to the size of ants, beloved landmarks too tiny in the distance, while ME hotel’s...read more »

Autumn Leaves Menu At Sake No Hana November 7, 2018

Autumn Leaves Menu At Sake No Hana

WHAT? All smooth edges and long, sleek lines, Sake No Hana is the embodiment of ultra-modern, polished Japanese cuisine. In the heart of Mayfair, just a couple of minutes’ walk from The Ritz, you’ll spot it from 30 paces – huge windows...read more »

Authentic Turkish Food At Gokyuzu, Harringay October 25, 2018

Authentic Turkish Food At Gokyuzu, Harringay

WHAT? A family-owned, super authentic and much-loved Turkish restaurant in North London, turning tables at high speed as hungover locals craving super satisfying salt and stodge line up in the neighbouring takeaway shop. Gökyüzü boasts almost 20 years’...read more »

REVIEW: Hot Stone Steak & Sushi, Angel October 1, 2018

REVIEW: Hot Stone Steak & Sushi, Angel

WHAT? Food fads come and go, but cooking your own dinner on a hot stone never gets boring (for us, anyway). So we were delighted to get wind of Hot Stone Steak & Sushi, a tiny restaurant serving up big flavours a couple of minutes’ walk from...read more »

REVIEW: Asia De Cuba Premium Bottomless Brunch, Covent Garden October 1, 2018

REVIEW: Asia De Cuba Premium Bottomless Brunch, Covent Garden

WHAT? Brunch is big business at Asia De Cuba, Covent Garden’s super stylish Chinese/Cuban fusion restaurant. You can sip on unlimited (and varied!) booze to your heart’s content, then share your starters family-style (think black bean hummus...read more »

REVIEW: Fayre Share, Victoria Park September 23, 2018

REVIEW: Fayre Share, Victoria Park

WHAT? Let’s start off by saying that until recently, Fayre Share’s Instagram account hasn’t done it justice. It was after spotting the restaurant in an article conducted by our friend and Vice Munchies writer Ruby Lott-Lavigna that...read more »

Greek Fast Food At Soho’s Pittabun September 2, 2018

Greek Fast Food At Soho’s Pittabun

WHAT? Fast Greek food, super hot and fresh, bang in the middle of buzzy Soho. If you’re looking for a quick dinner more than a few rungs up from McDonald’s and KFC, head straight for Pittabun, where you’ll find pillowy pitta breads...read more »

REVIEW: Rake’s, Liverpool Street August 20, 2018

REVIEW: Rake’s, Liverpool Street

WHAT? A buzzy brunch spot by day, glitzy bar by night, Rake’s long cocktail menu has you covered for a posh tipple practically any time. Placed literally within stumbling distance of the platforms at Liverpool Street station, you may as well give...read more »

REVIEW: FEASTival Board @ STK August 17, 2018

REVIEW: FEASTival Board @ STK

WHAT? Dazzlingly stylish steak specialists STK have made it their mission to become London’s poshest pre-drink venue for the last of the summer festivals. With Elrow Town, South West Four and Notting Hill Carnival closing out the most hedonistic,...read more »

REVIEW: Baluchi @The LaLit, London Bridge August 10, 2018

REVIEW: Baluchi @The LaLit, London Bridge

WHAT? Set in the historic Grade II listed former St. Olave’s Grammar School’s Assembly Hall; Pan Asian Baluchi is a few minutes’ walk from London Bridge station, nestled in the base of the rather swish LaLit hotel. WHY GO? To eat some of...read more »

REVIEW: Fleur De Lys, Pilley July 6, 2018

REVIEW: Fleur De Lys, Pilley

WHAT? The Fleur de Lys isn’t just any country pub. The first pint served there can be dated back to 1096, making her the oldest in the New Forest – and she’s an absolute beauty, too. Blanketed by a thick thatched roof, interiors are...read more »

REVIEW: Luce E Limoni, Russell Square July 6, 2018

REVIEW: Luce E Limoni, Russell Square

WHAT? For owner Fabrizio Zafarana, neighbourhood restaurant Luce E Limoni is a return to his home in Sicily, where he can explore traditional dishes from his upbringing in new and exciting ways. The aim is to create beautiful, no-fuss dishes that let...read more »

REVIEW: Tombo, Soho July 6, 2018

REVIEW: Tombo, Soho

WHAT? Japanese for dragonfly (denoting renewal and positive force), Tombo was 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 »