british cuisine

Review – Poppies [Spitalfields, London]

Rating: In a word: Traditional Appeals to: Anyone wanting to take a step back in time. The 1950s décor has been meticulously designed by ‘Pop’ himself (Pat Newland) the celebrated owner of Poppies. The result will…transport you. Everything is covered; from wall to wall
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Simply Fish Boxpark Shoreditch - Front Entrance, Night

Review – Simply Fish [Shoreditch]

Rating Appeals To Seafood food seers with a social/environmental conscience and a discerning palette Shoreditch people/those in The Boxpark looking for something a little healthier, and a little more natural than the nearby geographical competition People who like Thai food. They
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Review – The Anthologist [Bank]

Rating In A Word Unconventional Cuisine Modern European Appeals To Bankers (as in, people in Bank – and who possibly work in banks…in Bank) – The Anthologist has a wide appeal. Everybody’s welcome (well, I imagine everybody’s welcome) Actual
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Mews Of Mayfair - The Mews

Review – Mews of Mayfair [Mayfair]

Rating Appeals To Suited, booted and financially sorted Mayfair types who want what is almost a one stop shop for a variety of high end culinary experiences High powered types wowing a client (again, suited and booted might be the theme) – those really taking this to
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Andy Bates of Eatmypies

QA – Andy Bates [Eatmypies]

We chat with street food crusader and all around cool cat Andy Bates, catching him inbetween world tours, baking and filming slots for the Food Network. He wants to see a more personal touch to food production, and for everybody to eat his pies. We’re OK with this…
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Chef Michael Lecouteur

Profile – Michael Lecouteur [Mews Of Mayfair]

We share some words with the laconic (but no less talented) Michael Leconteur, the man behind the excellent food offerings at the rapidly expanding empire that is Mews of Mayfair (which includes The Mayfair Pizza Co, La Cave and Cartizze). The recurring theme? Inventive food
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The Fable Holborn - Neon Entrance Sign

Review – The Fable [Holborn]

Rating In A Word Surprising Cuisine Modern European Appeals To The Literati (when they’re hungry) Bookworms and lovers of literature People seeking a fun, not too serious dining experience that’s not in an area you’d traditionally associate with
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