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Apres London - Front Mural

Review – Apres [Mayfair]

Rating In A Word Slick Cuisine Unsure Appeals To Smokers of sophisticated versions of tobacco, such as cigars and shisha (they have a shisha terrace and a smoking lounge…these are possibly the same thing?) Clubbers, music lovers, party people and the cool cats that may
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214 Bermondsey - Basement Bar Area

Review – 214 Bermondsey [Southwark]

Rating In A Word Gin-Temple (OK, so it’s a double barreled word) Appeals To Those who worship at the alter of Gin, and like the spirit in all of it’s wondrous varieties (there are many). People who want an education in gin, but would who would rather get this via
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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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Pizza Rossa - Signage

Review – Pizza Rossa [Leadenhall Market]

Rating Cuisine Italian street pizza by the slice In A Word Energetic Appeals To Pizza explorers, pizza elitists, square pizza aesthetes and dyed in the wool Italians Impulse shoppers and Leadenhall lunchers with an Italian persuasion. People in ‘power’ suits who,
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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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Review – Humble Grape’s ‘Italian Gran Turismo’

In A Nutshell An opportunity to spend about 4 hours learning about and tasting a number of small production and artisan wines from a certain region, in this case, Italy. There’s also some food paired with the wine Where Various spots in London, this was held near London
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Review – Brooklyn Bowl [The O2]

Rating In A Word Ballsy Appeals To People not looking for a healthy meal (perhaps better said as people looking for an indulgent meal) People looking for the kind of meal where the odds of ingesting something that could be defined as healthy are really quite small People
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The Gay Hussar - Entrance

Review – The Gay Hussar, Soho

Behold, a new writer! Tim Milford is our wine loving, brass playing, Germanophilic man of many interests and talents. His first review is of the Gay Hussar, in Soho – where he followed strange food cravings (and a half price deal) all the way into this
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