Restaurant Review

Review – Sticky Mango [Southwark, London]

We head to Southwark, south-east London for a taste of the exotic at Peter Lloyd’s renowned Sticky Mango. Is it worth the trip? We think so… Rating: Cuisine: South-east Asian In a word: Sapid Appeals to: A wide demographic. There are families, groups of friends,
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Review – OKN1 [Hackney, London]

We head up north London to OKN1 in Hackney, to see what’s in store at New City College’s very own collaborative kitchen of students and professional chefs. Is it an ingenious idea? Or a case of ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’? Rating:  Cuisine:
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Review – Bustronome [On a bus, driving around London]

Fine French food and sightseeing on a bus driving around central London? Yes – it’s real, but is it memorable? Is it worth it? Will it drive you round the bend? Rating: Cuisine: French In a word: Sumptuous  Appeals to: This certainly attracts tourists, but there
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Review – Hankies [Marble Arch, London]

Good old Spanish tapas may be world-famous… but what about ‘Indian tapas’? Is that even a credible thing? We went to find out… Rating: Cuisine: Delhi street food In a word: Intriguing Appeals to:  A mix of couples, families and groups of friends. Its
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Review – Slim Chickens [Soho, London]

Fast food is on the menu tonight, and there’s lots and lots of chicken, but have Slim Chickens got something special… or are they merely a fancy version of KFC? Rating: Cuisine: American Barbecue  In a word:  Filling Appeals to: This is one for fast food
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Review – Kanada Ya [Piccadilly: London]

Tasting Britain heads out to Central London in search of the perfect ramen hotspot. Can we succeed?  Rating: Cuisine: Japanese  In a word: Flavoursome Appeals to:  Anyone in need of some tasty Japanese cuisine. There are groups of friends, couples, those who want a
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Review – The Cheese Bar [Camden Town, London]

As the name states, this trendy joint is all about cheese. Will it leave us satisfied or all cheesed out? Rating: Cuisine: Modern British artisan In a Word: Cheesy Appeals to: Just like Camden, there’s a variety of diners here. Couples, small groups and surprisingly, lots
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Review – The Folly [Bank, London]

Seasonal produce is on the menu tonight as we’re off to investigate Drake & Morgan’s The Folly in Bank… Rating: Cuisine: Modern European In a Word:  Dreamy Appeals to: A variety of businessmen and women, groups of friends – big and small, there
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Review: The Stable [Whitechapel, London]

With an exciting cider bar, sourdough pizzas and a dedicated vegan menu, The Stable has a lot to offer foodies of all tastes. We head over for a slice of the action… Rating: Cuisine: Pizza and cider (mostly) In a Word: Chilled Appeals to: Casual diners, mainly couples and
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Review: Brewhouse and Kitchen [Islington, London]

Craft beers, cosy spots and epic portions of food, the Brewhouse and Kitchen in Islington are pouring their hearts out to make an impact on the senses. Do they succeed?… Rating: Cuisine:  Pub food, international touches In a Word: Lively Appeals to: Quite a popular
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