Reviews

Review: Tossed [Marylebone]

Although I am writing this review some time after visiting this quaint little salad bar, the memories of that late lunch I partook of here are being conjured up with a surprising degree of merriment. Upon entering Tossed, I was taken aback by the sheer intensity of colour that
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Joes Kitchen and Bar

Review: Joe’s Southern Kitchen [Covent Garden] – part one: the food

Like something out of Mumma’s kitchen, if Mumma was a freaking amazing American genius cook that is. The one to go to for genuine American fare and cocktails that are full of surprises. Formerly known as Navajo Joe’s, this Covent Garden delight has just re-opened as the homely
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Review – Cabana Brasilian Barbecue [Covent Garden]

Perfectly cooked, tasty Brasilian barbecue food, topped off with rich desserts and strong, refreshing drinks. I am writing this on my train home from London whilst still on a mega food high.  I enjoy eating food from different places around the world but find that a lot of places
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The Three Crowns [Old Street]

My experience of East London is quite limited, as I’ve only ever been there a handful of times for nights out, but suffice to say there’s very few other places like it in London. This is why, when Jack asked me to join him to the re-opening of The Three Crowns in Old Street,
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Iberica La Terraza

Review – Ibérica La Terraza [Canary Wharf]

Appeals to: Tapas enthusiasts, lovers of skyscrapers and modern architecture, those who work and eat in the financial sector but who don’t want to pay through the nose  (I assume such people exist?), people who want a light meal to share with a group of friends…
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Barbarella Chelsea, main restaurant area

Review – Barbarella [Chelsea]

In a nutshell: ‘Italian inspired’ cuisine with some unexpected dishes, really great prices (for Chelsea), cool and casual atmosphere, ultra attentive staff. Barbarella Barbarella’ located adjacent to Stamford Bridge, Chelsea’ FC’s grounds.. With
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The inside of Wiggies at The Rising Sun

Review – Wiggies [City Of London]

Appeals to:  People who like the taste of pork (in a variety of different and unexpected contexts). People looking for something lighthearted in a lively pub environment. A relatively cheap meal… It’s Kinda A Pig Deal… Take a little detour down a series of
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Review – Disappearing Dining Club – Dinner Dance [Shoreditch]

In a nutshell:  A well populated and lively mingling experience for clubbers who want to a sample a series of many courses (which make up a pretty substantial meal) before they get to the dancing. Reappearing Dancing Club The Disappearing Dining Club’s Dinner Dance is a
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Review – Le Pont De La Tour [London Bridge]

This darling restaurant is a testimonial to fine dining, a purveyor of exceptional hospitality and the archetype of modern French cuisine. First impressions Nestled behind the restaurant’s own food store and wine merchant (which sadly was closed when we showed up) the modest
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Review – Negozio Classica [Primrose Hill]

In a nutshell Upscale, excellent Italian cuisine served in intimate but modern surroundings. Glorious, high quality wine selection. You come for the wine, you stay for the wine… This Negozia Classica can be found in elegant Primrose Hill, Camden. And the restaurant
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