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REVIEW: Bo Drake, Soho June 5, 2018

REVIEW: Bo Drake, Soho

WHAT? Slow-cooked meats borrowing from American and European traditions, enlivened with East Asian flavours – and a banging cocktail menu to boot. WHERE? Look out for jazzy artwork pointing to this stylish spot on Greek Street, bang in the more »

REVIEW: Las Iguanas April 29, 2018

REVIEW: Las Iguanas

WHAT? A veritable rainbow of flavours and colours, Las Iguanas brings together the cocktails and traditional foods of Latin-America at super decent prices and a forever fast pace. WHERE? With branches spread far and wide across the country (from more »

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo August 2, 2017

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo

WHY GO? For a raucous party and rambunctious cocktails every night of the week. We headed to London’s Waterloo branch for mojitos, mole and morbidly bad dancing to live music – and here’s why you should too. Cubana’s organic more »

REVIEW: DF Mexico, Tottenham Court Road June 4, 2016

REVIEW: DF Mexico, Tottenham Court Road

  Any Wahaca fan will know good fast food when they see it – minimum fuss, maximum colour and flavour. So how about this spin-off: DF Mexico’s Tottenham Court Road branch, now open following a popular run at Brick Lane’s more »

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Dalston December 15, 2015

REVIEW: Rudie’s, Dalston

Let’s start by saying this place is fiery. So fiery, I managed to catch my cardigan alight on the ambient table candle at one point during the meal. Despite the fact I almost went up in flames at this stylish new Jamaican joint in Dalston, I’ 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: Gaucho, Charlotte Street October 6, 2015

REVIEW: Gaucho, Charlotte Street

Dark, ostentatious interiors splashed with animal hide aren’t suited to every diner, but those walking into Gaucho tend to be serious about a high quality dining experience, and even higher quality produce. Assuming most vegetarians choose to more »

REVIEW: Wahaca, Kentish Town September 12, 2015

REVIEW: Wahaca, Kentish Town

Housed in the iconic old home of the Fifth Column T-shirt factory, Wahaca is the latest addition to the maelstrom of awesome eateries tucked away in Kentish Town. Always in support of local businesses, we’ll admit to feeling dubious about its 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 »

REVIEW: Rocket, Holborn June 18, 2015

REVIEW: Rocket, Holborn

With branches in Bishopsgate, Canary Wharf, The City and Holborn you’re never too far away from a Rocket  – which is great news if you love good cocktails and posh grub for a reasonable price (and we’re guessing you do). A buzzy more »

Date night dinner: Q Grill, Camden May 6, 2015

Date night dinner: Q Grill, Camden

Ever heard of Des McDonald? Perhaps 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 (yep, of Corbin & 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: 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 »