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Thrilling Grills At Sophie’s Steakhouse, Soho January 16, 2019

Thrilling Grills At Sophie’s Steakhouse, Soho

Custom-built, wood-fired grills and smokers characterise this stylish Soho steakhouse, offering a ‘back-to-basics’ approach to cooking meats, fish and tasty veg. A gorgeous verandah-style set up entices visitors off the busy street more »

An Evening At Australian/South American Cafe Abuelo December 7, 2018

An Evening At Australian/South American Cafe Abuelo

WHAT? Meaning ‘grandfather’ in Spanish, Abuelo cafe cum restaurant offers a comforting, relaxed vibe, aiming to recreate that feeling of being at home with your family. For its prime location just along from the Hippodrome and Covent Garden, more »

Sampling The Set Lunch Menu At Hix Soho November 30, 2018

Sampling The Set Lunch Menu At Hix Soho

WHAT? You remember Mark Hix, MBE and restaurateur. He’s a chef with remarkable talent and confidence, who shocked foodies almost a decade ago by opening several successful restaurants at the height of a recession – one of which housed more »

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 more »

REVIEW: Point A Hotel, Kings Cross September 22, 2018

REVIEW: Point A Hotel, Kings Cross

WHAT? You’d be forgiven for having not heard of Point A hotels, a new budget hotel brand building on plenty of heritage. Starting off with six central hotels and one in Glasgow, they’ve big plans for expansion, but for now they’re 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 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 more »

REVIEW: Cantina Laredo, Covent Garden July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Cantina Laredo, Covent Garden

WHAT? An upscale, family-owned Covent Garden restaurant capturing the modern Mexican dining experience with an informal sharing menu and plenty of tequila-based cocktails. Think minimal decor and marble counter tops – not a tequila worm nor more »

REVIEW: Bo Drake, Soho June 5, 2018

REVIEW: Bo Drake, Soho

WHAT? Slow-cooked meats borrowing from American and European traditions, enlivened with East Asian flavours – and a banging cocktail menu to boot. WHERE? Look out for jazzy artwork pointing to this stylish spot on Greek Street, bang in the 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 more »

REVIEW: Suda Thai, Covent Garden November 15, 2016

REVIEW: Suda Thai, Covent Garden

WHAT? All the classics and a smattering of contemporary dishes in a two-floor cafe-cum-Thai restaurant in Covent Garden. Suda Thai’s shining glass exterior doesn’t do much to set it apart from its St. Martin’s courtyard competitors, more »

REVIEW: Enoteca Rabezzana, Farringdon November 2, 2015

REVIEW: Enoteca Rabezzana, Farringdon

If you love great wine and small, intimate date venues, Enoteca Rabezzana deserves your attention. An artfully decorated space five minutes from Barbican and a stone’s throw from historic Smithfields market, it’s ideal for stopping off more »

REVIEW: Every Hotel, Piccadilly April 6, 2015

REVIEW: Every Hotel, Piccadilly

If you’re intent on playing tourist in London, we’d always suggest a hotel if you don’t already have the, err, pleasure of living there (rent, council tax and FREEZING weather stretching anyone else to breaking point?). One day is more »

REVIEW: Wahaca Breakfast Menu, Great Portland Street February 1, 2015

REVIEW: Wahaca Breakfast Menu, Great Portland Street

  Planning a brunch in London, cheap and perennially cheerful Mexican chain Wahaca probably wouldn’t spring to mind. Championing authentic Mexican street food (think tacos, burritos and tostadas  for under a fiver a plate, smothered in more »

REVIEW: The Well, Clerkenwell October 6, 2014

REVIEW: The Well, Clerkenwell

Everyone needs a good local boozer, and living in Angel, I’m spoilt for choice. You’ve got The Old Queen’s Head for when you want to take a stab at looking cool, (look out for the chandeliers – if I could fit one in my handbag my more »