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Post Tagged with: "london food"

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: 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: Rawduck, Hackney February 20, 2017

REVIEW: Rawduck, Hackney

WHAT? Sister venue to Soho’s Duck Soup, Rawduck celebrates all things tangy, pickled and fermented. Mediterranean-inspired dishes are washed down with an ever-evolving roster of drinks, a surprising (borderline cultish?) selection of drinking vinegar,...read more »

REVIEW: Cinnamon Bazaar, Covent Garden February 20, 2017

REVIEW: Cinnamon Bazaar, Covent Garden

WHAT? For centuries the energy and theatre of Indian marketplaces has inspired the Cinnamon group to build vibrant bars and restaurants in London – the antithesis of your old-fashioned local curry house. Cinnamon Bazaar is the latest and perhaps...read more »

REVIEW: Inamo, Camden February 19, 2017

REVIEW: Inamo, Camden

WHAT? A quality pan Asian restaurant that does away with paper menus, offering a selection of sushi, Korean wings, bento boxes and cocktails right there on the interactive tables. Check out a photo of every dish, then order with a click of the mouse...read more »

REVIEW: Rudie’s Rum Punch Brunch, Dalston February 17, 2017

REVIEW: Rudie’s Rum Punch Brunch, Dalston

WHAT? Authentic Jamaican jerk and cocktail joint Rudie’s has added a short but sweet brunch option to their menu – think jerk-spiced ham and eggs, callaloo, chicken, golden half-moon patties and oodles of rum punch. WHY GO? After months...read more »

REVIEW: The Book Club, Shoreditch February 14, 2017

REVIEW: The Book Club, Shoreditch

WHY GO? Famed for an impressive programme of music, yoga, film screenings, pub quizzes, craft workshops and club nights, you’d be forgiven for forgetting about The Book Club‘s hearty breakfast offering – but it’s more than worth...read more »

REVIEW: Clerkenwell Grind February 13, 2017

REVIEW: Clerkenwell Grind

WHY GO? The bright and comprehensive brunch menu includes bottomless Processo for £12 – and the prices get better from there. Beautiful pink and blue decor, classic soul music, sunny staff and a seriously good selection of coffees make a breakfast...read more »

REVIEW: Asia De Cuba @ St. Martins Lane Hotel December 11, 2016

REVIEW: Asia De Cuba @ St. Martins Lane Hotel

WHAT? A fusion of Chinese and Cuban dishes *might* have been tricky to pull off, but Asia De Cuba manages in true style. The setting is intoxicating, mixing tradition with spanking new features – a bright and bold maze of modern artwork, beautiful...read more »

REVIEW: Well Street Kitchen, Well St Market November 24, 2016

REVIEW: Well Street Kitchen, Well St Market

WHAT: An extremely good, extremely compact and therefore extremely busy little brunch and lunch cafe in quirky Well St Market. Arrive early on weekends, or you’ll join the eager punters lining up for smashed avocado and Union coffee. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻...read more »

REVIEW: Popolo, Shoreditch November 18, 2016

REVIEW: Popolo, Shoreditch

WHAT? A tiny, minimal open kitchen peddling a rainbow of tapas-style Moorish, Italian and Spanish dishes. A photo posted by Popoloshoreditch.com (@popoloshoreditch) on Nov 6, 2016 at 12:20pm PST WHERE? Bang in the middle of buzzing Rivington Street...read 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,...read more »

REVIEW: Franzè & Evans, Shoreditch November 8, 2016

REVIEW: Franzè & Evans, Shoreditch

WHAT?  A very special cafe, bar and restaurant whipped into one, crushing Redchurch Street’s fierce competition with inventive booze, colourful brunch plates, freshly-made salads and a show-stopping cake selection. Oh, and the staff are wonderful,...read more »

REVIEW: London Steakhouse Co., City November 2, 2016

REVIEW: London Steakhouse Co., City

WHAT? Marco Pierre White’s homage to London’s glory days, all classic British dishes, white tablecloths and smart – if a little outdated – decor. Attentive service, stand-out steaks and extremely good (if expensive) wine make...read more »