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Category: Food

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 »

REVIEW: United Chip, Clerkenwell July 2, 2018

REVIEW: United Chip, Clerkenwell

WHAT? Sustainable, line-caught fish and chips (crunchy and golden, every time) in a thoroughly modern chippie, sandwiched between Barbican and Angel. United Chip makes big promises, using only freshly delivered, ethically-sourced produce and entirely...read more »

REVIEW: Brother Marcus, Angel July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Brother Marcus, Angel

WHAT? Bright and zesty brunch dishes (so good they’ve won awards), great coffee and evening events a few minutes’ walk from Angel tube station and Islington green. WHERE? Ignore the queues of hungover youths at The Breakfast Club Angel (what’s...read more »

REVIEW: Look Mum No Hands! Old Street July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Look Mum No Hands! Old Street

WHAT? An achingly hipster cycle cafe cum community centre, where a team of four full-time mechanics, baristas and cafe staff work to feed and water city cyclists. Whether you drop in with a flat tyre or book a full service, you can pull up a chair,...read more »

REVIEW: Passo, Shoreditch June 28, 2018

REVIEW: Passo, Shoreditch

WHAT? An all-day Italian restaurant offering incredibly good brunch plates and desserts, not to mention cocktails – crucially, within stumbling distance of Old Street tube station in Shoreditch. You’d be forgiven for walking right by Passo,...read more »

REVIEW: The Duck + Rice, Soho June 28, 2018

REVIEW: The Duck + Rice, Soho

WHAT? Family-style sharing plates of traditional Asian food, served up in a seriously fancy, British-inspired pub hidden behind a beautiful stained glass window. Dreamed up by renowned restauranteur Alan Yau, The Duck + Rice feels sexy and inventive,...read more »

REVIEW: Rascals, Shoreditch June 26, 2018

REVIEW: Rascals, Shoreditch

WHAT? Boasting “the ONLY fully waterproof dining room in London”, this is a restaurant for super fun, super millennial weekending – and it’s 50% vegan to boot. WHERE? In association with cocktail bar cum ball pit Ballie Ballerson...read more »

REVIEW: Scoff & Banter, Kensington June 26, 2018

REVIEW: Scoff & Banter, Kensington

WHAT? Scoff & Banter offers classic British dishes done to perfection – think soul food and Sunday lunches, made with the best seasonal British ingredients and served in a breathtaking setting. Could anything feel more British than beginning...read more »

REVIEW: Boxcar, Marylebone June 26, 2018

REVIEW: Boxcar, Marylebone

WHAT? A stylish butcher, baker and no, not a candlestick maker, but a deli too. Open for breakfast, lunch and evening snacks, here you’ll find a neighbourhood butcher’s shop with an in-house restaurant, where meat is 100% grass fed and sourced...read more »

REVIEW: Mother Clucker, Exmouth Market June 26, 2018

REVIEW: Mother Clucker, Exmouth Market

WHAT? Perennially popular fried chicken truck Mother Clucker *finally* gets its own bricks and mortar site, just along from Exmouth Market.  Building a dedicated fan base out of a converted US Army ambulance parked in the Truman Brewery, Mother Clucker...read more »