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Review – Coast [Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire]

Coast is an award-winning restaurant run by Will Holland, Chefs Guild ‘UK Restaurant Chef of the Year 2016’. Located on the Pembrokeshire coastline, Coast’s menu highlights local produce with its many seafood dishes a reminder to its patrons of the idyllic scenery in which they
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Review: Brasserie Blanc [Fulham Reach]

Rating: Cuisine: French/Modern European with strong French influences In A Word: Dreamy Appeals to: Professional types, lots of people in suits and smart attire. Wealthy residents in the area. There are a few couples scattered in the restaurant and by the bar. Introduction Fulham
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Review – The Sipping Room [Canary Wharf]

Drake and Morgan have opened a new bar in West India Quay. Despite a somewhat naff name, these guys certainly know how to run a bar, so we sent Jack down to see what the latest is like… Rating: Cuisine: Modern European Appeals To: Young professionals and unprofessionals
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Review – The Wellcome Kitchen [Euston]

We sent Jack down to one of London’s most fascinating (and free) museums – The Wellcome collection, which is in Euston. But, instead of letting him take in the exhibits, we sent him upstairs to the Wellcome’s restaurant for dinner. This is what happened. Rating:
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Review – Bistro Vadouvan [Putney]

Our Jack makes the effort to go to Putney (which is actually quite good) and is rewarded hugely for doing so. Introducing Bistro Vadouvan – French cuisine, but not as you have tried it… Rating: Cuisine: French/Indian fusion Appeals To: French people. Come and see what chef
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Review: PizzaStorm [Wandsworth]

Our Samina heads down to a little known pizza chain in Wandsworth that has laid down some London routes. It’s called PizzaStorm and it’s really big on choices… Rating: Cuisine: Italian. Pizza and salad. Appeals to: Mostly families with young children. Hungry
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Review: The Test Kitchen by Adam Simmonds

Our Richard heads down to Adam Simmond’s latest venture, The Test Kitchen, in Soho. Nothing short of spectacular, he describes it as ‘fine dining for the mindfulness generation’… Rating: Appropriate for: Adventurous eaters with an open mind Chatty
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Review – Wellness Breakfast @ St. James Hotel & Club [London]

Today we’re going to take a man who doesn’t normally eat breakfast and send him to one of the fanciest hotels in London to eat their breakfast instead. Let’s see what happens…  Rating What Is It? The St James’s Hotel and Club’s Wellness
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Review: All Star Lanes [Brick Lane]

Rating: Cuisine: Retro-style American Appeals to: Groups. Family groups, friend groups, work mates looking to eat, drink and bowl. Being in a trendy part of East London, there’s a mix of locals and tourists. Surprisingly, there’s lots of people in suits too. In A Word:
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Review – TWID [Battersea]

We head down to a new spot in Battersea that is nothing less than theatrical. Eclectic combinations of food + a worthy drinks menu + a highly talented man named Toby singing Arias on table-tops = the craziness that is TWID (‘That’s what I do’). We
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