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Category: Food

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 »

REVIEW: Machiya, Soho June 26, 2018

REVIEW: Machiya, Soho

WHAT? Named after the eponymous townhouses of Kyoto, Machiya serves up simple, home-style cooking and beautiful patisserie inspired by Japanese food halls. WHY GO? Near the Harold Pinter theatre and Fashionbite favourite Savini at Criterion, Machiya...read more »

REVIEW: Foxlow, Clerkenwell June 21, 2018

REVIEW: Foxlow, Clerkenwell

WHAT?  The younger sibling of ever-excellent Hawksmoor steakhouse group, Foxlow worships at the altar of fresh British cuisine – namely meat. Huge slabs of it. Awash with parquet flooring, wood panelling and leather banquettes in postal red...read more »

REVIEW: Aun, Stoke Newington June 21, 2018

REVIEW: Aun, Stoke Newington

WHAT? A friendly, independent Japanese restaurant run by a family in Stoke Newington. European ingredients are used to recreate Japanese flavours, plated up Izayaka style (read: it’s super Instagrammable). WHERE? Occupying a prime spot on Stoke...read more »

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Shoreditch Boxpark June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Shoreditch Boxpark

WHAT: London’s favourite Jamaican casual dining restaurant has opened its second site, in Shoreditch’s buzzy Boxpark. We’ve loved visiting the Dalston branch for a reggae Sunday roast and rum punch brunch, so news of this opening was...read more »

REVIEW: Jones Family Project, Shoreditch June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

WHAT? Unsurprisingly, a family named Jones are in charge of this Shoreditch stalwart, hidden behind a somewhat unassuming black facade on Great Eastern Street, opposite The Hoxton hotel. WHERE? A few minutes’ walk from Old Street tube and Shoreditch...read more »

REVIEW: Cottons Rum Shack, Camden June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Cottons Rum Shack, Camden

WHAT? Properly authentic Caribbean fare served up in acid bright, perpetually summery, feel-good restaurants across London. WHERE? We stopped by the site in Camden, where Cottons feels right at home in the melting pot of subcultures, sounds and flavours....read more »

REVIEW: Indian Accent, Mayfair June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Indian Accent, Mayfair

WHAT? Joining a legion of extremely posh Indian restaurants popping up in London, Indian Accent is up there with the absolute best. Exquisite flavours are explored in extremely modern takes on traditional dishes, served up in a sleek Mayfair venue by...read more »

REVIEW: Humble Grape, Liverpool Street June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Humble Grape, Liverpool Street

WHAT? This is not your ordinary wine bar. Humble Grape is an independent wine merchant on a mission to make wine socially inclusive and approachable – and it’s no mean feat. Carrying handcrafted wines from relatively unknown vineyards around...read more »

REVIEW: The Vincent, Hackney June 15, 2018

REVIEW: The Vincent, Hackney

WHAT? A light & airy Hackney cafe covered in gorgeous greenery and boasting a large outdoor space, championing live music, craft beers and infinitely Instagrammable brunch plates. WHERE? Five years ago the owners took the Sebright Arms just behind...read more »

REVIEW: Shoryu, Shoreditch June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Shoryu, Shoreditch

WHAT? Warm and comforting bowls of flavoursome 12-hour bone broth served up with fluffy bao, sashimi and heaps of nori seaweed. Decor is chic and minimal, long, high tables softened with warm lighting and pretty Japanese murals. WHY GO? A fine selection...read more »

REVIEW: Long White Cloud, Hoxton June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Long White Cloud, Hoxton

WHAT? A compact yet light-filled Kiwi cafe and gallery space between Hoxton and Shoreditch, counters groaning with free-range, fair trade & freshly made pastries, rainbow salads and baked goods.   The graffiti-ed exterior and sparse decor do nothing...read more »

REVIEW: Cafe Chula, Camden June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Cafe Chula, Camden

WHAT? Properly authentic Mexican street food and cocktail pitchers served up in the belly of Camden market. WHERE? One of the few bricks and mortar restaurants in Camden market, Cafe Chula stands on the doorstep of Kerb myriad eateries.   WHY GO? Apart...read more »