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Post Tagged with: "london restaurant"

Autumn Leaves Menu At Sake No Hana November 7, 2018

Autumn Leaves Menu At Sake No Hana

WHAT? All smooth edges and long, sleek lines, Sake No Hana is the embodiment of ultra-modern, polished Japanese cuisine. In the heart of Mayfair, just a couple of minutes’ walk from The Ritz, you’ll spot it from 30 paces – huge more »

REVIEW: Baluchi @The LaLit, London Bridge August 10, 2018

REVIEW: Baluchi @The LaLit, London Bridge

WHAT? Set in the historic Grade II listed former St. Olave’s Grammar School’s Assembly Hall; Pan Asian Baluchi is a few minutes’ walk from London Bridge station, nestled in the base of the rather swish LaLit hotel. WHY GO? To eat some more »

REVIEW: Zia Lucia, Holloway January 30, 2018

REVIEW: Zia Lucia, Holloway

WHAT? The Italian word ‘Zia’ denotes family, or more specifically, a beloved Auntie who can always make you feel at home. That’s the vibe this friendly neighbourhood pizzeria is shooting for, caring for your needs with 48-hour more »

REVIEW: Thai Square, Covent Garden May 27, 2017

REVIEW: Thai Square, Covent Garden

WHAT? An authentic Thai restaurant chain serving up all the classics – juicy prawns, crispy duck, heavenly noodles and hellishly hot curries. WHERE? Happily, you’ll find branches of this Thai chain all over London. We visited the more »

REVIEW: London Steakhouse Co., City November 2, 2016

REVIEW: London Steakhouse Co., City

WHAT? Marco Pierre White’s homage to London’s glory days, all classic British dishes, white tablecloths and smart – if a little outdated – decor. Attentive service, stand-out steaks and extremely good (if expensive) wine 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 »

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: Bridal Afternoon Tea @ The Arch, Marble Arch August 6, 2016

REVIEW: Bridal Afternoon Tea @ The Arch, Marble Arch

WHAT? Afternoon tea for the blushing bride-to-be, in a sassy Marble Arch hotel. WHY GO? This five star boutique hotel is an excellent stop off to have up your sleeve after a long day shopping in Marylebone or Marble Arch, everything done with more »

REVIEW: C’Alice, Fulham Broadway July 14, 2016

REVIEW: C’Alice, Fulham Broadway

WHAT? Before you ask, it’s pronounced “kah-lee-che”, and it means ‘chalice’ in Italian – as well as nodding to one of the owners’ names – Alice Ravelli, who opened this new Italian restaurant in more »

REVIEW: The Gate, Islington June 15, 2016

REVIEW: The Gate, Islington

Anyone in search of a beautiful spot in which to wine, dine and unwind that just so happens not to serve meat, The Gate‘s the place. With vegan/veggie options so varied, one needs a key to decipher them, and catering to myriad dietary requirements, more »

REVIEW: Le Restaurant De Paul Tower 42 June 4, 2016

REVIEW: Le Restaurant De Paul Tower 42

A rustic French bakery, that’s also a restaurant, that’s also in the heart of the grey, cold city of London? We know you’re intrigued. And rightly so, because Le Restaurant De Paul Tower 42 attempts the impossible – more »

REVIEW: Kipferl, Angel May 5, 2016

REVIEW: Kipferl, Angel

Kipferl started life as a small delicatessen shop near Smithfield in the City of London in 2004, now nestled in the heart of Islington’s uber-quaint Camden Passage. Covering everything delicious that hails from Austria, a trip here could see more »

REVIEW: The Wedge Issue, Farringdon March 1, 2016

REVIEW: The Wedge Issue, Farringdon

Mellow Monday nights are made for artisanal pizza and craft beer. These age-old favourites have been revamped time and again throughout London’s foodie renaissance – better ingredients, fancier service and nicer venues take classic more »

REVIEW: Blues Kitchen, Camden February 25, 2016

REVIEW: Blues Kitchen, Camden

Currently running a collaboration with foodie stalwarts Pizza Pilgrims, the people behind Blues Kitchen know exactly what they’re doing – and it’s usually something new and exciting. A stupidly good selection of Bourbon, whiskey more »

REVIEW: Native, Covent Garden February 25, 2016

REVIEW: Native, Covent Garden

Native is so new, you can smell the Farrow & Ball, and you’ll catch a few splinters in your tights on the natural wooden benches. A startlingly fresh concept, too – taking the country’s best wild food (native to the UK) and more »