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Post Tagged with: "london food"

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: Pizzabuzz, Old Street October 8, 2015

REVIEW: Pizzabuzz, Old Street

One word to describe Pizzabuzz? Convenient. This is not a date venue, this is not a fancy lunch venue to take clients and claim back on expenses – it’s a quick, fun place to refuel with friends. A short walk from both Old Street and Shoreditch, more »

REVIEW: Champagne + Fromage, Covent Garden September 19, 2015

REVIEW: Champagne + Fromage, Covent Garden

  Champagne + Fromage is the type of tucked away bistro Richard Curtis dreams of stumbling across when scouting locations for rom coms. Warmly lit, staffed entirely by French and Italian people (bar one lovely English lady) and just off the more »

REVIEW: The Bull & Gate, Kentish Town August 26, 2015

REVIEW: The Bull & Gate, Kentish Town

Once upon a time, The Bull & Gate hosted some of the biggest names in music alongside great banter and good booze. Soon the regular rumpus taking place at the venue took its toll, and the space demanded a revamp – one Young’s more »

REVIEW: Field & Flower delivery service July 23, 2015

REVIEW: Field & Flower delivery service

That’s right, I’m a grown-up now. The sort of grown-up who remembers to wash her clothes two days before she needs them, takes a healthy breakfast to work and if she’s feeling really fancy, treats herself to a posh food delivery more »

REVIEW: Source, Battersea July 7, 2015

REVIEW: Source, Battersea

These days, if it’s not locally sourced and ethically produced, the capital isn’t much interested. Lucky for Source (the clue’s in the name – although it actually refers to the well the restaurant sits on), their ethos is more »

Tried & Tested: Konditor & Cook’s summer cake range June 22, 2015

Tried & Tested: Konditor & Cook’s summer cake range

You can always count on Konditor & Cook for the perfect treat, so when a friend’s birthday picnic called for something summery and special, we knew just the place to find it. On dark and wintery days you can see us huddled at the cake more »

REVIEW: Joe’s Southern Kitchen, Kentish Town May 18, 2015

REVIEW: Joe’s Southern Kitchen, Kentish Town

Kentish Town is certainly having a moment – five doors down from Joe’s Southern Kitchen lies Patron, the charming neighbourhood restaurant opened by the French/English couple behind Soho’s Cafe Gourmand, and over the road, more »

Date night: Patron, Kentish Town April 29, 2015

Date night: Patron, Kentish Town

Guest blogger Brenda Wong visits Patron in NW5, the latest offering from the couple behind Soho’s Cafe Gourmand… Kentish Town seems to be undergoing a food renaissance, with new openings popping up like daisies do in the spring. Patron more »

REVIEW: Radicals & Victuallers, Angel January 12, 2015

REVIEW: Radicals & Victuallers, Angel

On the hunt for a bar with decent food in Angel that wouldn’t cost upwards of £15, a press release about new chain pub Radicals & Victuallers sprang to mind. Promising an extensive American diner menu of dishes mostly under £10 and 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 »