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Category: Where to Eat

REVIEW: L’Ami Malo, Liverpool Street April 4, 2018

REVIEW: L’Ami Malo, Liverpool Street

WHAT? A dark, stylish French galette restaurant tucked away off Liverpool Street, pairing sophisticated wines and gluten-free pancakes topped with decadent meats, cheese and fish. WHY GO? Aiming to bring people together over undeniably good food, the...read more »

REVIEW: Dancing Man Brewery, Southampton April 4, 2018

REVIEW: Dancing Man Brewery, Southampton

WHAT? A delectable weekend at The Pig In The Wall, Southampton’s branch of the iconic Pig hotel group, sent us wandering along the harbourside’s city walls – soon stopping at the historic Dancing Man Brewery. We settled down to sample...read more »

REVIEW: Summer With Monika, Hoxton April 3, 2018

REVIEW: Summer With Monika, Hoxton

WHAT? As stylish as its namesake,the 1953 film directed by Ingmar Bergman, Summer With Monika brings together curious vinyl, health-boosting smoothies and delicious food with a distinctly Swedish slant. WHERE? Sat alongside Fashionbite favourite Friends...read more »

REVIEW: The Black Penny, WC2 April 3, 2018

REVIEW: The Black Penny, WC2

A short walk from Covent Garden on Great Queen Street you’ll find a pared back gem of a cafe peddling hand-picked Columbian coffee beans, inventive breakfasts and moreish sweet treats. With a beautiful space for private bookings and catering services...read more »

REVIEW: Little Georgia, Hackney April 2, 2018

REVIEW: Little Georgia, Hackney

While you might’ve sampled Turkish baklava or Russian borscht, it’s only in the last few years that endearingly rustic, homely Georgian eateries have joined the London food scene. Typical Georgian fare champions simple, nourishing dishes...read more »

REVIEW: Hankies, West End March 15, 2018

REVIEW: Hankies, West End

Guest food writer Nathaniel Collins gets to grips with the delicacies on offer at new West-End Indian haunt, Hankies. For the last decade or so, London’s culinary scene has been gripped by the most welcome revolution of street food. The simple concept...read more »

REVIEW: LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market February 12, 2018

REVIEW: LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market

  WHAT? Established in London’s East End, LASSCO has dealt in reclamation and salvage since 1979. Bridging the gap between the demolition trade and architectural design, they create treasure troves full of rescued relics that make for fascinating...read more »

REVIEW: Arepa & Co, Haggerston February 12, 2018

REVIEW: Arepa & Co, Haggerston

WHY GO? To try authentic Venezuelan arepas and capachas – 100% wheat and gluten-free cornbread and sweetcorn pancakes fried to golden perfection, then stuffed with cheeses, meats and lashings of avocado (what else?). WHERE? Perched on the river...read more »

REVIEW: Honest burgers, Brixton Village February 12, 2018

REVIEW: Honest burgers, Brixton Village

WHAT? A tiny little joint in the bustle of Brixton village, serving British meat doused in indulgent sauces alongside perfectly crisp rosemary chips. With branches spreading across London, you’re sure to have come across Honest Burgers –...read more »

REVIEW: La Petite Bretagne, Dalston February 1, 2018

REVIEW: La Petite Bretagne, Dalston

WHAT? Buckwheat flour galettes, crepes and French breakfasts make a welcome change from smashed avo on toast. WHERE? Lucky Dalston and Hammersmith have a branch each. WHY GO? With Pancake Day fast approaching, it’s handy to know who gives great...read more »

REVIEW: Origin Coffee Roasters, Shoreditch January 31, 2018

REVIEW: Origin Coffee Roasters, Shoreditch

WHAT? It’s not hard to find Origin Coffee Roasters on Charlotte Road; simply follow the busy hum of the brewing equipment and the inviting scent of strong coffee beans (the technicolour graffiti covering the feature wall helps, too). A curation...read more »

REVIEW: Zia Lucia, Holloway January 30, 2018

REVIEW: Zia Lucia, Holloway

WHAT? The Italian word ‘Zia’ denotes family, or more specifically, a beloved Auntie who can always make you feel at home. That’s the vibe this friendly neighbourhood pizzeria is shooting for, caring for your needs with 48-hour fermented...read more »

REVIEW: Ibérica, Victoria January 30, 2018

REVIEW: Ibérica, Victoria

  WHAT? From plates of pinchos (tiny tapas) to lunchtime bocadillos via paella and buckets of red wine, you can eat your way around Spain at this chain of rather excellent restaurants. WHERE? With locations in London, Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow...read more »

REVIEW: Flat Iron, Denmark Street January 24, 2018

REVIEW: Flat Iron, Denmark Street

  WHAT? Cheap, high-quality flat iron steak with a small selection of truly delicious sides. WHERE? With branches spreading across Soho, Covent Garden, Shoreditch and Portobello since 2012, word of Flat Iron grew fast – and so do the queues. The...read more »

REVIEW: Pamban, Camden January 23, 2018

REVIEW: Pamban, Camden

WHAT? A cosy nook on the cobbled streets of Camden market, Pamban peddles authentic Indian and Sri Lankan fare: think warming chai, organic coffee, buttery pastries and seriously good curry dishes served by super passionate foodies. Sleek design and...read more »