Cocktails

Review – Brasserie Blanc [City of London]

Shekha heads off to Brasserie Blanc to sample a menu inspired by Raymond Blanc’s world travels… Rating     Appeals To City workers – the Threadneedle branch specifically, Francophiles looking for decently priced French food, people on first dates, couples
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Review – All Points East [Victoria Park]

      Shekha’s trip to All Points East was a staggering success for the inaugural weekend of this ambitious festival with food, dance, sunshine and lightning…  Rating   Appeals To All Points East was clearly designed with as
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Review: Tacos and Tequila [Broadway Market, Tooting]

A wide selection of tacos and an extensive tequila menu. Sounds pretty tempting… Rating: Cuisine: Mexican In A Word: Surprising Appeals to: The after-work crowd, locals mainly. There’s a group of friends, several couples on a date. Passers-by looking to stop over
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Review: The Sea Garden and Grill [Broadway Market, Tooting]

Looking for sensational seafood and signature cocktails in the heart of Tooting? Broadway Market’s The Sea Garden and Grill is the catch du jour! Rating: Cuisine: Seafood (mostly) In A Word: Ambrosial Appeals to: Couples, small groups of about three or four enjoying sharing
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TastingBritain.co.uk - The Listing, Cannon Street, London

Review: The Listing [City, London]

Shekha and Jack put another London based Drake and Morgan to the test. Is the chain really as consistent as it threatens to be? Yes, looks like they’ve got this thing down to a science… Rating Cuisine World Fusion / Modern European Appeals To Party planners, more city
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TastingBritain.co.uk - Boki Covent Garden, London

Review: Boki [Seven Dials]

Our Samina heads down to Boki in Seven Dials, Covent Garden. It may look like a coffee shop, but it is much more… Rating: Cuisine: Fusion? In A Word: Original Appeals to: Mainly couples, mates who are catching up and I can see a fair few singles here. A general mix of
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Review – Beer and Buns, Bishopsgate [London]

I love East Asian cuisine and London is certainly full of options in this area, but all too often you are in a stuffy, over lit sushi bar or a pricey, fashion spot. But fear no more, in the heart of the Square Mile there’s a new addition, and it’s here to stay! Rating
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Review – Grillstock, Walthamstow [London]

Think locally. Act hillbilly. A very fitting catchphrase for a restaurant that is different to many others in the City. Yes there’s plenty of BBQs, but there’s just something about Grillstock that draws you in and makes you part of the family!  Rating In a word
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The Fire Station, Waterloo [London]

After a recent renovation the Fire Station in Waterloo has re-opened its doors; offering breakfast, lunch and dinner one of the busiest commuter areas in the City. Serving up a new menu that features wood-fired pizzas and a host of delicious burger options, complimented by some
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The Shenkman Bar @ The Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

Review – The Shenkman Bar @ The Keeper’s House, Royal Academy of Arts [Piccadilly, London]

Our Lily heads down to the Royal Academy of Arts‘ Keeper’s House Restaurant. There she discovers The Shenkman Bar, and a man called Fabio – who does things with cocktails that you’ll never believe… Rating: In A Word: Secluded Appeals To: People
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