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Post Tagged with: "dinner"

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? 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 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 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, more »

REVIEW: Wright Brothers, Soho November 1, 2016

REVIEW: Wright Brothers, Soho

WHAT? A plentiful menu of super fresh seafood and shellfish dishes sourced from Borough Market, served up with a contemporary Asian twist. WHERE? In a snug corner of the bottom floor at buzzing Kingly Court, you’ll feel a world away from the more »

Chocolate Week At London Steakhouse Co., City October 11, 2016

Chocolate Week At London Steakhouse Co., City

National Chocolate Week is here and every restaurant worth its salt (caramel) is luring punters with sugary sweet offerings. We’re obsessed with the chocolate cocktail available exclusively at London Steakhouse Co., Marco Pierre White’s 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: 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 »

Dinner In Dalston: White Rabbit March 20, 2016

Dinner In Dalston: White Rabbit

Finding White Rabbit in the depths of Dalston is a feat in itself, as it’s tucked discreetly between a myriad of run down international supermarkets, quirky shops and afro hairdressers, along a rather uninviting side road. Stepping inside, more »

REVIEW: Sutton & Sons, Islington February 22, 2016

REVIEW: Sutton & Sons, Islington

For this writer with deep roots in the East of London, happiness is fish and chips on a Friday night – and Sutton & Sons just took things up a notch. Managing to modernise that most British of traditions while leaving its nostalgic more »

REVIEW: CôBa, King’s Cross January 19, 2016

REVIEW: CôBa, King’s Cross

Our trip across Vietnam last summer was fuelled by Banh Mi from tiny street carts, artfully cooked Asian BBQ and steaming bowls of noodle broth. Eyes now attuned to Vietnamese words, the capital seemed to buzz with SouthEast Asian openings. Door more »

REVIEW: Clutch, Hoxton November 10, 2015

REVIEW: Clutch, Hoxton

Having one of those days when you can think of nothing more appealing than wallowing in your underwear surrounded by junk food, maybe rewatching the entire series of The OC (only series 1 and 2, mind), perhaps troubling yourself to run a bathat more »

REVIEW: Iberica, Marylebone November 2, 2015

REVIEW: Iberica, Marylebone

After a rough day at work, dragging yourself to the plans you made at a happier, stress-free moment three weeks and two days ago can seem like a chore – go through a huge menu and pick from a list of things you’re embarrassed you can’ 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: 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, more »