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Review – Poppies [Spitalfields, London]

Rating: In a word: Traditional Appeals to: Anyone wanting to take a step back in time. The 1950s décor has been meticulously designed by ‘Pop’ himself (Pat Newland) the celebrated owner of Poppies. The result will…transport you. Everything is covered; from wall to wall
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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 Lucky Pig - Front Entrance

Review – The Lucky Pig [Fitzrovia]

Rating Appeals To Cocktail pilgrims, cocktail bar zealots of a historical persuasion and those who enjoy subterranean prohibition themed spaces. Also those who prefer older style cocktails and bar staff wearing trouser braces Fitzrovia bound people running away from the more
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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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Outside of Quintessentially Supper Club at The Beagle

Review – Quintessentially’s Supper Club Party ROUND #2 [Hoxton, London]

Editor’s Note: This event was held at The Beagle, Hoxton [397-400 Geffrye Street] – but as we understand it, like many other such food experiences, Quintessentially’s Supper Club tends to move from place to place and has no specific home location. So this
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Review – Disappearing Dining Club – Dinner Dance [Shoreditch]

In a nutshell:  A well populated and lively mingling experience for clubbers who want to a sample a series of many courses (which make up a pretty substantial meal) before they get to the dancing. Reappearing Dancing Club The Disappearing Dining Club’s Dinner Dance is a
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Review – Retro Feasts [Mayfair]

Appeals to: Fans of distinctly modern, distinctly British food & recipes. People in search of a nostalgic atmosphere. People who like ‘kitsch’. People who want a fun dining experience. Living nearby to a neighbourhood of art galleries and high end retail outlets
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