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Category: Where to Eat

REVIEW: Emilia’s Pasta, St Katherine Docks May 27, 2017

REVIEW: Emilia’s Pasta, St Katherine Docks

WHAT? Velvety soft pastas, lovingly made sauces and a romantic dockside setting, a short walk from Tower Hill. WHY GO? For balmy nights by the water with great wine and comfort food that’ll nourish your soul. Sitting outside on a summer’s...read more »

REVIEW: Zala Grill, Camden May 9, 2017

REVIEW: Zala Grill, Camden

Middle Eastern food is for sharing, groups of friends gathering to mop up delicious oils and sauces with freshly-baked flatbreads, then tuck into tender meat skewers, fresh fish, warming stews and flaky, sweet pastries. Zala Grill is Camden’s...read more »

REVIEW: Trullo, Islington May 2, 2017

REVIEW: Trullo, Islington

WHAT? A candlelit neighbourhood trattoria lifted straight out of the best scene in a Richard Curtis classic, peddling simply the best pasta found north of the river. Trullo’s seasonally-focused, Italian-inspired menu changes daily, but you can...read more »

REVIEW: Martello Hall Bottomless Brunch, London Fields May 2, 2017

REVIEW: Martello Hall Bottomless Brunch, London Fields

WHAT? For £15 per person, you can pick drinks from Martello Hall’s bottomless brunch bar for two hours. Where other bottomless offerings ask that you stick with your preferred drink for the duration, here you can hop between mimosas (Italian...read more »

REVIEW: The Diner, Islington April 29, 2017

REVIEW: The Diner, Islington

  WHAT? All-American diners scattered across London’s busiest areas – we headed to the Angel outpost for scrambled eggs, friendly service and seriously strong coffee . WHERE? With locations in Camden, Covent Garden, Dalston, Gloucester...read more »

REVIEW: Boondocks Bottomless Brunch, Old Street April 29, 2017

REVIEW: Boondocks Bottomless Brunch, Old Street

WHAT? Think pancakes piled up with maple syrup and whipped cream, beef breakfast sausage and biscuits or Huevos Motuleños – fried corn tortillas with poached eggs, guacamole, black beans, plantain and salsa. All washed down with US-style bottomless...read more »

REVIEW: Hankies, Leicester Square April 3, 2017

REVIEW: Hankies, Leicester Square

WHAT? Authentic Indian curries, grill dishes and marinades mopped up with classic Indian roti – hand-spun flatbreads cooked on a burning hot roomali tawa, then folded into ‘hankies’, the restaurant’s namesake. WHERE: An almost...read more »

REVIEW: Sawyer & Gray, Islington April 3, 2017

REVIEW: Sawyer & Gray, Islington

  WHAT? An infinitely Instagrammable brunch spot seconds from Highbury & Islington overground. Sawyer & Gray serves only fresh, homemade produce in achingly chic surroundings – think whitewashed floorboards and cosy hideyholes peppered...read more »

REVIEW: 90° Melt, Stepney Green April 3, 2017

REVIEW: 90° Melt, Stepney Green

WHAT? A buzzy vegan and veggie restaurant on Mile End Road serving ooey gooey grilled cheese sandwiches, cocktails and American comfort food with a twist. WHY GO? What’s better than a golden brown cheese toastie after a few pints? This casual...read more »

REVIEW: Heist Bank, Paddington March 30, 2017

REVIEW: Heist Bank, Paddington

WHAT: A *huge* selection of beers (12 of their own pours, to be exact), 48-hour fermented sourdough pizzas, a pool table and a games room, complete with Nintendo and karaoke. WHERE? Despite its positioning in odd little Paddington basin, this’ll...read more »

REVIEW: The Bach, Hoxton February 27, 2017

REVIEW: The Bach, Hoxton

WHAT? Dedicated to supporting small businesses, this Kiwi-run cafe cum workspace offers fresh, free-range and locally sourced produce where possible. Pronounced ‘batch’, The Bach nods to the tiny beach homes common in New Zealand, evoking...read more »

REVIEW: Konditor & Cook, Spitalfields February 21, 2017

REVIEW: Konditor & Cook, Spitalfields

WHAT? Purveyor of ‘London’s best birthday cakes’, Konditor & Cook has some stiff competition in the form of old favourites Lola’s, Hummingbird and more recently, Primrose Bakery. But offering baking and cake decorating classes...read more »

REVIEW: Gyoza Bar, Covent Garden February 21, 2017

REVIEW: Gyoza Bar, Covent Garden

WHAT? If the doughy half-moon starters at pan-Asian eateries mean more to you than the main event, Gyoza Bar’s calling your name. The focus here is on great dim sum, padded out with warming ramen noodles and pillowy bao buns. WHY GO? Perfect...read more »

REVIEW: Six Storeys, Soho February 21, 2017

REVIEW: Six Storeys, Soho

WHAT? A bar, restaurant and events townhouse spread across six floors with room for 300 guests. You can drop in for breakfast, bottomless afternoon tea, or dinner from early ’til late – but we highly recommend cocktails overlooking iconic...read more »

REVIEW: Patty & Bun, Hackney February 21, 2017

REVIEW: Patty & Bun, Hackney

WHAT? “No nonsense, fresh, honest, damn tasty burgers… with some cracking side kicks” – their words, our thoughts entirely. With seven locations now scattered across the capital (eight if you count the stall at indoor golf centre Swingers...read more »