Restaurant Review - Plateau, canary wharf

Review: Plateau [Canary Wharf]

An intense barre class on ice followed by a special Botanical Brunch at Canary Wharf’s Plateau restaurant? Sounds like hard work… Rating: Cuisine: Modern French In A Word: Posh Appeals to: City workers, those into luxury lunches with a view and anyone looking to have
Read More

Review: 28-50 Restaurant [Fetter Lane, London]

Wine is on the menu [Ed: …again] tonight thanks to the 28-50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen (and their MASSIVE wine menu). But will we be raising a glass at Fetter Lane, or will we bottle it? Samina investigates… Rating:  Cuisine: Modern European In A Word:
Read More

Review: Noodle Lab, Wagamama [Soho]

Wagamama have very recently launched their new ‘innovative’ kitchen in Soho where the public can try out never-been-seen before dishes and give direct feedback. Not really the done thing for brands of this size, and promising of much excitement – is it yay or
Read More

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
Read More

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
Read More

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
Read More

Review: Mommi [Clapham]

Where the distinctive flavours of Japan meet the exoticness of Latin America, Samina wishes to go. Turns out she only has to visit Clapham… Rating: Cuisine: Peruvian-Japanese fusion In A Word: Saporous Appeals to: Small and large groups of friends in particular, there
Read More - 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
Read More

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…
Read More

Review: PizzaStorm [Wandsworth]

Our Samina heads down to a little known pizza chain in Wandsworth that has laid down some London routes. It’s called PizzaStorm and it’s really big on choices… Rating: Cuisine: Italian. Pizza and salad. Appeals to: Mostly families with young children. Hungry
Read More