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REVIEW: Aun, Stoke Newington June 21, 2018

REVIEW: Aun, Stoke Newington

WHAT? A friendly, independent Japanese restaurant run by a family in Stoke Newington. European ingredients are used to recreate Japanese flavours, plated up Izayaka style (read: it’s super Instagrammable). WHERE? Occupying a prime spot on more »

REVIEW: Kurobuta Party Brunch, Marble Arch October 18, 2016

REVIEW: Kurobuta Party Brunch, Marble Arch

Izakaya, NOUN: A type of Japanese bar in which a variety of small, typically inexpensive dishes and snacks are served to accompany the alcoholic drinks. ORIGIN: Japanese, from iru to be in a place + sakaya liquor shop. You really want to visit one now, 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: Cotton’s Rhum Shack, Notting Hill June 21, 2016

REVIEW: Cotton’s Rhum Shack, Notting Hill

Despite its vibrant Caribbean community, London’s choice of good quality saltfish, ackee, jerk meats and plantain has been all too low until recent years. The Rum Kitchen and Camden’s Ma Petite Jamaica were already on our radar when in more »

Review: Tootoomoo, Crouch End January 13, 2016

Review: Tootoomoo, Crouch End

A happy mixture of takeaway and eat-in is often hard to come by, but Tootoomoo, a friendly Pan-Asian affair with a flagship branch in urban village Crouch End, manages to remain inviting whilst super-convenient. Enjoying a spanking new redesign 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, more »

REVIEW: The Manhattans Project @ Pond Dalston November 10, 2015

REVIEW: The Manhattans Project @ Pond Dalston

Guest Blogger Brenda Wong visits Pond Dalston for the Manhattans Project, a cocktail residency tucked away in a hidden corner of East London… When you hear about something called ‘The Manhattans Project’, you’re bound to expect an 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: 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: 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: Beer & Buns, Shoreditch July 12, 2015

REVIEW: Beer & Buns, Shoreditch

Guest blogger Brenda Wong visits Beer & Buns, a pop­ up above restaurant K10 on Appold Street, Shoreditch… Picture this. It’s been a long day in an absolutely sweltering office. Your boss is being even more demanding than usual, and 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 »

SUMMER POP UP: Edible Playground at Christabel’s June 16, 2015

SUMMER POP UP: Edible Playground at Christabel’s

A Thursday evening in Spring, and we’re spooning deep red quinoa into a plastic bucket, trying in vain to build a half-decent sandcastle at the dinner table of a complete stranger, alongside two dozen other complete strangers. The search for 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 »