Review – Beer and Buns, Bishopsgate [London]

I love East Asian cuisine and London is certainly full of options in this area, but all too often you are in a stuffy, over lit sushi bar or a pricey, fashion spot. But fear no more, in the heart of the Square Mile there’s a new addition, and it’s here to stay! Rating
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The ultimate BBQ festival hits London 5th-6th Sept

Love BBQ? Love festivals? Well how about both together? Next weekend the biggest, baddest food festival hits the East End of London as Grillstock lands at Chestnuts Field in Walthamstow. There’s an insane line-up of world-class music, food, competitions and festival
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Win a pair of weekend tickets to Grillstock London!

On 5th and 6th September the biggest, baddest food festival hits the East End of London as Grillstock lands at Chestnuts Field in Walthamstow. There’s an insane lineup of world-class music, food, competitions and festival fun to be had. So who wouldn’t want to be
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Review – Grillstock, Walthamstow [London]

Think locally. Act hillbilly. A very fitting catchphrase for a restaurant that is different to many others in the City. Yes there’s plenty of BBQs, but there’s just something about Grillstock that draws you in and makes you part of the family!  Rating In a word
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Gorge on Swedish delights at the Fika London crayfish festival

Crayfish parties, or kräftskiva in Swedish, are a tradition not to be missed and for the next couple of weeks you can join your own party, right here in Brick Lane, London. With long sharing tables outdoors and indoors and bucket loads (literally) of crayfish and other Swedish
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The Fire Station, Waterloo [London]

After a recent renovation the Fire Station in Waterloo has re-opened its doors; offering breakfast, lunch and dinner one of the busiest commuter areas in the City. Serving up a new menu that features wood-fired pizzas and a host of delicious burger options, complimented by some
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Tasting Montreal – a quick guide

With my day job I get to travel around quite a lot, but last week I made it all the way to Montreal. It’s very strange being in a french speaking region that feels so similar to America. The food is also a strange but interesting mix.   The cuisine There’s some
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Review – Sea Salted Caramel Liquid Fudge, Fudge Kitchen

I have a new sweet addiction! Even the sound of it has me drooling … Fudge Kitchen’s Liquid Fudge is utterly amazing, gooey, sweet and highly addictive. You need this in your life! These little jars are busting with tasty fudge sauce that can be used in a host of
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Burger Wars, UK vs US: which country will you side with?

I love a good burger and the London burger scene is booming these days, but stirring deep into the Docklands in East London is a fun burger phenomenon and it’s only there for a limited time! Manhattan Grill, situated on the front of the Marriott Hotel at West India Quay, is
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Review – Shikumen, Shepherd’s Bush [London]

As I sit on a tube train playing Mahjong, I can still taste and smell the experience I’ve just had. Shikumen isn’t necessarily what you’d expect from a Chinese restaurant, but that’s because it’s more traditional and less about satisfying us
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