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Review – Bella Cosa tasting menu

Bella Cosa is the latest culinary contender to grace the docklands of Canary Wharf, opening just three month’s ago. Hidden away on the South Quay (and I really do mean hidden away. Top tip: alight at South Quay station, not Canary Wharf to avoid getting lost) it’s
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Review – La Brasserie [Chelsea]

Rating Appeals To Francophiles and people looking for wonderfully legitimate French cuisine (but not haute cuisine) Parisian expats, pissed off with ‘cuisine les rosbifs’ Seekers of mid range prices (for this particularly pricey part of London anyway…)
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Review: Caboose, Elys Yard, Brick Lane

Off the back streets of Bricklane, lies the hidden gem Caboose. The custom built railway cabin is one of the hottest new street food restaurants to hit East london, serving a mouth watering selection of slow and smoked grub. Thanks to Warburtons Sandwich Thins (who Caboose has
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