Tasting Montreal – a quick guide

With my day job I get to travel around quite a lot, but last week I made it all the way to Montreal. It’s very strange being in a french speaking region that feels so similar to America. The food is also a strange but interesting mix.   The cuisine There’s some
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Review – Bourgee, Southend [Essex]

A fantastic new edition to the Essex food scene, filling a gap in luxury dining and delivering great taste and stunning ingredients at a reasonable cost. Bourgee is warm and inviting while remaining something a little bit special. The staff really make the venue, with a fantastic
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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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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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Review: M&S Food to Go Mince Pies

We are aiming to try as many mince pies as possible this Christmas, from a wide range of sources; supermarkets to farm shops to gourmet boutiques.  So to kick off the great mince pie comparison, I decided to have my first one lunch time last week.  Many of you that live
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