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Post Tagged with: "dinner"

REVIEW: Ethos, Fitzrovia February 28, 2015

REVIEW: Ethos, Fitzrovia

At lunch we can just about do it, but dinner-wise, 9 times out of 10 there’s got to be some meat on our plate to keep us happy. That said, we’re always keen to try new things, and a self-serve vegetarian restaurant (the economical more »

REVIEW: Diciannove, Blackfriars February 23, 2015

REVIEW: Diciannove, Blackfriars

It’s a funny old place, Blackfriars. We can’t say we’d visit on the weekend – apart from The Blackfriar pub, there’s not a whole lot to draw us there. Bustling business hub during the week, ghost town thereafter – more »

REVIEW: The Joint, Marylebone February 2, 2015

REVIEW: The Joint, Marylebone

The birth of many a great eatery has taken place in the labyrinthine passages of Brixton market, The Joint being a longtime favourite of ours. You’ll find it tucked away near bustling pizza joints (Franco Manca rules all) and awesomely cheap more »

REVIEW: Rosa’s Thai Cafe, Spitalfields February 1, 2015

REVIEW: Rosa’s Thai Cafe, Spitalfields

It can be surprisingly hard to find a good Thai in London, and up until recently, Busaba Eathai topped our list of recommended eateries. Continued praise of a little place called Rosa’s, which started as a British husband and Thai wife team more »

REVIEW: Foxcroft & Ginger, Whitechapel January 25, 2015

REVIEW: Foxcroft & Ginger, Whitechapel

Not just your average cafe, Foxcroft & Ginger in both Whitechapel and more recently Soho never fail to make a quick drink turn into something more, with freshly-made pizzas and a good wine list for the evening and a mesmerizing selection of more »

REVIEW: Fraq’s Lobster Shack, Fitzrovia January 25, 2015

REVIEW: Fraq’s Lobster Shack, Fitzrovia

London food trends are fickle. 2013: the year of the burger. 2014? Chicken. And this? Well, looks like we’ve gone up a gear (and a few more quid) as it’s all about lobster. Gourmet fast food still reigns supreme with 20-somethings in more »

REVIEW: The Fish & Chip Shop, Islington January 13, 2015

REVIEW: The Fish & Chip Shop, Islington

Ever heard of Des McDonald? Probably not, but you’ve heard of his work. By 22 years old he’d opened two restaurants in the City of London and become executive chef of Caprice Holdings, founded by Chris Corbin and Jeremy King (our top more »

REVIEW: Grand Union, Farringdon December 4, 2014

REVIEW: Grand Union, Farringdon

We love London for its concept restaurants with long queues, it’s no-reservations nonsense, its ever-changing landscape of bars and dingy drinking dens – hunting down the latest awesome pop up and nabbing a reservation, or stumbling more »

REVIEW: Lobster Kitchen, Fitzrovia November 18, 2014

REVIEW: Lobster Kitchen, Fitzrovia

Not one, not two, but THREE gourmet lobster joints have opened up in London of late – and what’s more, they’re all within a mile of eachother. This torrid state of affairs can only mean one thing – we must visit them all and more »

REVIEW: Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, Clerkenwell November 17, 2014

REVIEW: Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, Clerkenwell

White walls and plant fronds, clean lines and attractive barmen – Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings in historic Clerkenwell had all the right ingredients from the get-go. We arrived on a wet and windy Thursday just shy of London Cocktail Week, more »

REVIEW: The Fable, Holborn October 19, 2014

REVIEW: The Fable, Holborn

The latest venture from the Drake & Morgan group (responsible for city favourites The Folly, The Anthologist and many others), we had mixed feelings about visiting The Fable. Undeniably inventive, each bar and restaurant dotted around the more »

REVIEW: Elk In The Woods, Islington October 19, 2014

REVIEW: Elk In The Woods, Islington

There’s no shortage of trendy eateries along Camden Passage, that pretty side street lined with cafes, vintage shops and clothing boutiques teeming with yummy mummies and young workers getting out to explore gentrified London on their 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 »

REVIEW: The Jam Tree, Clapham September 9, 2014

REVIEW: The Jam Tree, Clapham

There’s no shortage of brunch spots south of the river, but if you do happen to venture down there of a Sunday we’d recommend The Jam Tree Clapham (there’s one in Chelsea too). Right in the middle of Clapham Old Town, it’s more »

REVIEW: Restaurant De PAUL, Covent Garden September 2, 2014

REVIEW: Restaurant De PAUL, Covent Garden

If you’re a fan of PAUL, the traditional French bakery and patisserie chain that makes the likes of Greggs crumble into insignificance, you’re in luck.  The Covent Garden branch sat on Bedford Street has a wonderful secret lurking in more »