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Post Tagged with: "lunch"

Full Bellies At Banh Mi Keu Deli, Soho March 10, 2019

Full Bellies At Banh Mi Keu Deli, Soho

Ask anyone lucky enough to have been to Vietnam what one should eat there, and misty-eyed, slack-jawed, they’re likely to reply, “Mmm, banh mi”. A crusty baguette with the soft middle scooped out, this lunchtime staple hails...read more »

REVIEW: Brother Marcus, Angel July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Brother Marcus, Angel

WHAT? Bright and zesty brunch dishes (so good they’ve won awards), great coffee and evening events a few minutes’ walk from Angel tube station and Islington green. WHERE? Ignore the queues of hungover youths at The Breakfast Club Angel (what’s...read more »

REVIEW: Look Mum No Hands! Old Street July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Look Mum No Hands! Old Street

WHAT? An achingly hipster cycle cafe cum community centre, where a team of four full-time mechanics, baristas and cafe staff work to feed and water city cyclists. Whether you drop in with a flat tyre or book a full service, you can pull up a chair,...read more »

REVIEW: Passo, Shoreditch June 28, 2018

REVIEW: Passo, Shoreditch

WHAT? An all-day Italian restaurant offering incredibly good brunch plates and desserts, not to mention cocktails – crucially, within stumbling distance of Old Street tube station in Shoreditch. You’d be forgiven for walking right by Passo,...read more »

REVIEW: Cottons Rum Shack, Camden June 15, 2018

REVIEW: Cottons Rum Shack, Camden

WHAT? Properly authentic Caribbean fare served up in acid bright, perpetually summery, feel-good restaurants across London. WHERE? We stopped by the site in Camden, where Cottons feels right at home in the melting pot of subcultures, sounds and flavours....read more »

REVIEW: Heist Bank, Paddington March 30, 2017

REVIEW: Heist Bank, Paddington

WHAT: A *huge* selection of beers (12 of their own pours, to be exact), 48-hour fermented sourdough pizzas, a pool table and a games room, complete with Nintendo and karaoke. WHERE? Despite its positioning in odd little Paddington basin, this’ll...read more »

REVIEW: Red Dog Saloon, Soho December 6, 2015

REVIEW: Red Dog Saloon, Soho

Having reviewed Red Dog Saloon in Hoxton Square some years ago, we thought we knew what to expect when heading to the chain’s latest outpost in Soho, on Berwick Street. More Big Easy than Hawskmoor, closer to Bodeans than Gaucho, it’s a roll-your-sleeves-up,...read more »

REVIEW: On The Bab, Shoreditch October 8, 2015

REVIEW: On The Bab, Shoreditch

Up until now, our only experience of On The Bab (and Korean food, come to think of it) had been a drunken evening at On The Bab Covent Garden, where we dropped by to sample a Soju beer tower and the restaurant’s signature egg muffin. On, then,...read more »

REVIEW: The Salt Room, Brighton June 10, 2015

REVIEW: The Salt Room, Brighton

Back in May, we had the pleasure of venturing down to Brighton with one very specific purpose – to check out the much-hyped sister restaurant to Coal Shed, one of our favourite eateries in a city blessed with several winners (64 Degrees, Lucky...read more »

HOTEL REVIEW: The Pier At Harwich, Essex April 19, 2015

HOTEL REVIEW: The Pier At Harwich, Essex

Growing up beside the seaside, we don’t feel right if we’re away from the water too long. Weekends are made for getting away from the bright lights of the city – sometimes the soul craves nothing but sea air, a steaming bag of salty...read more »

New brunch spot: Friends Of Ours, Hoxton April 19, 2015

New brunch spot: Friends Of Ours, Hoxton

As Hoxton dwellers we’re bound to be biased, but for a while we’ve been of the thinking that the louder, ‘trendier’ and err, beardier Shoreditch becomes, the further East you have to look for true innovation. Week by week, fantastic...read more »

REVIEW: B&H Buildings Bottomless Brunch, Clerkenwell March 20, 2015

REVIEW: B&H Buildings Bottomless Brunch, Clerkenwell

  ‘Bottomless brunch’: two words popping up more and more when we quiz friends on their weekend plans. Paying upwards of £8 a cocktail might’ve become the norm in the capital, but save for a hazy Thursday night when all concept...read more »

REVIEW: Coal Shed, Brighton February 28, 2015

REVIEW: Coal Shed, Brighton

The Brighton restaurant scene is on fire right now, and nowhere does that ring more true than Coal Shed, with its awesome Josper oven. A dark, romantic cubbyhole specialising in chargrilled meats and fish, this is the place dream first dates are made...read 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 Asian...read 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 upon...read more »