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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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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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All You Can Eat Lunch @ Tsunami [Clapham]

Clapham’s Tsunami have a new bottomless brunch menu. Theoretically bottomless sushi? Yes indeed! Does it work? Yes – if you can get served… Rating: Cuisine: Japanese In A Word: Passible Appeals to: Hip and cosmopolitan Clapham people. Small groups of friends
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Review – Red Sails Restaurant, Faversham Creek Hotel [Kent]

We sent Shekha down to the historic Faversham, in Kent, to sample the recently awarded 2AA Rosette Red Sails Restaurant in the Faversham Creek Hotel. Exciting food served with a side of local history, village politics and a flooding creek made for an eventful trip! Rating Cuisine
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Review: The Royal Oak [Twickenham]

Located in the heart of England’s ‘rugby town’, The Royal Oak of Twickenham hopes to score points with their seasonal menu, refreshing beer and cosy atmosphere. Will it be a roaring success? Or will there be scrumming at the exit? Rating: Cuisine: British In A
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Review: Zerodegrees [Blackheath]

Rating: Cuisine: Italian In A Word: Lively Appeals to: A wide variety of people. There are a few family groups, couples, friends – especially by the bar. From the way the staff communicate with some of the customers, I’m guessing there are a few regulars here too…
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Review: Bluu, Manchester

Rating: In a Word: Institution   Cuisine: Barbecue/American   Appeals To: Girls and boys about town. Anyone who isn’t a vegetarian.    Northern Quarter Revamp Manchester’s Northern Quarter has long been a popular stomping ground for creatives, for
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Review: Cafe Rouge, Manchester

Rating: In a Word: Jolie   Cuisine: French Bistro   Appeals To: Shoppers, families, anyone who fancies something other than a cheap burger, or chips to eat and drink.    C’est Bon Back to the Trafford Centre. Again. I’m beginning to think the
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