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Post Tagged with: "london restaurants"

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, more »

Coming up: Hoxtoberfest, Hoxton October 3, 2016

Coming up: Hoxtoberfest, Hoxton

WHERE? Bang next to Regent’s Canal in Haggerston, a stone’s throw from Hoxton (guess Haggerstoberfest wasn’t as catchy). WHY GO? To celebrate the fattening fabulousness of German sausage and beer steins in true style, minus more »

REVIEW: Swingers Golf Club, Aldgate October 2, 2016

REVIEW: Swingers Golf Club, Aldgate

WHY GO? For two super-stylish nine hole crazy golf courses, five cocktail bars, three of London’s best street-food vendors, a two-story clubhouse with a gin terrace, the friendliest staff this side of Shoreditch and nightly DJs pumping out funk more »

REVIEW: Hungry Donkey, Aldgate October 2, 2016

REVIEW: Hungry Donkey, Aldgate

WHY GO? This funky Greek kitchen buzzes with city workers during the week, turning up for quick lunches and takeaways. There’s a real focus on sustainable, free-range produce thanks to award-winning meat suppliers – the booze is more »

REVIEW: Belpassi Bros, Tooting October 2, 2016

REVIEW: Belpassi Bros, Tooting

WHY GO? For meatball madness in a stylish setting, infinitely drinkable wines and an epic ricotta and pea bruschetta. Yet another reason to explore Tooting’s food and drink scene, that seems to sprout new shoots every week. WHERE? A short more »

REVIEW: Smokey Tails, Hoxton September 9, 2016

REVIEW: Smokey Tails, Hoxton

What? ‘World-famous mega-star DJ’ and ‘secret-sauce-recipe beholder’ Seth Troxler lords over this intimidatingly trendy Shoreditch spot (Hoxton Square – where else?), dishing out beats and eats. It’s almost *too* cool – more »

REVIEW: Benihana, Chelsea August 31, 2016

REVIEW: Benihana, Chelsea

WHAT?  Excellent food presented as performance, that’s fun for foodies of any age. It’s hard to grasp now, but when the first Benihana opened in America in 1964, Japanese cuisine was basically unknown in the Western world. The idea of more »

REVIEW: Café Loren, Camden August 5, 2016

REVIEW: Café Loren, Camden

WHAT: A peaceful hidey-hole serving excellent coffee and fresh Israeli dishes, bang in the middle of crazy Camden. WHY GO? The beating heart of Camden’s bustling market is something everyone has to experience – and boy, they try, more »

REVIEW: Brunch at Beagle, Hoxton July 21, 2016

REVIEW: Brunch at Beagle, Hoxton

WHAT: Obsessively-made, beautifully presented, proper British food, served in a pared-back setting under the arches at Hoxton overground station. Simple exposed brick andwooden furniture let the ever-changing short menu and extensive wine, more »

REVIEW: Institute Of Light, London Fields July 14, 2016

REVIEW: Institute Of Light, London Fields

Londoners are time poor, so any new venue offering two, three or even four things in one go often gets a thumbs up from us. Not just any old things, mind – top quality entertainment and food with a more »

REVIEW: Balans Soho Society, Soho June 21, 2016

REVIEW: Balans Soho Society, Soho

  The busy streets of Soho can be heaven or hell, depending on what time it is, how much it’s raining and how many G&Ts your mate made you down in Bar Soho because ‘it’s Thursday!’. What you need is a calming place more »

REVIEW: The Hops & Glory, Islington May 4, 2016

REVIEW:  The Hops & Glory, Islington

Roast potatoes. No one can roast them like your mum can. No one. Except, actually, The Hops & Glory, as we found out when we visited one chilly Bank Holiday Sunday. Sure, the weather’s brightening up but a true Brit is ALWAYS up for an more »

REVIEW: Tiny Leaf, Notting Hill February 22, 2016

REVIEW: Tiny Leaf, Notting Hill

London’s very first zero-waste, organic, vegetarian restaurant. We all knew this day was coming, in a city where just about every foodstuff has been explored as a pop up, food truck, concept, dining space or ‘social eating experience’. 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 »