gastropub

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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Parlour Kensal - Jesse Dunford Wood @ The Chef's Table

Review – The Chef’s Table @ Parlour [Kensal]

Rating Cuisine: British   Appeals to: Adventurous eaters.  Displaced explorers of Regent Street (for this is a different Regent Street) People who like ‘food experiences’ People who like surprises (lots of surprises). And smoke. And orchestral
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The Reach Bar Entrance, Gallions Reach, Docklands

Review – The Reach [Docklands]

Rating Appeals to: Humans with digestive systems Residents of South-East London or The Docklands Urban village enthusiasts Gastropub finders Shoppers headed to/from the Gallions Reach retail park People who like a more familiar English cultural setting (food, ambiance) Old guys
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The Michelin Eating Out In Pubs Guide 2014 is out!

The Michelin Eating Out In Pubs Guide 2014 is now available in bookshops, priced at £13.99 (€14.99 in Ireland). This year’s guide recommends more than 570 pubs, of which 70 are new entries. All the pubs in the guide are selected, first and foremost, for the quality of their food.
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The Three Crowns [Old Street]

My experience of East London is quite limited, as I’ve only ever been there a handful of times for nights out, but suffice to say there’s very few other places like it in London. This is why, when Jack asked me to join him to the re-opening of The Three Crowns in Old Street,
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