Review

BRGR.CO Soho - Front Entrance

Review – BRGR.CO [Soho]

Rating Appeals To Burger and slider enthusiasts who want a slightly different take on American style cuisine, at a reasonable pricepoint and minus the ‘Americana’ Those looking for a burger joint without some of the pretensions and looooong cues that many
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Masala Zone Covent garden Interior

Review – Masala Zone [Covent Garden]

Here’s our first review from new contributor Jack [Ed: this is not the same Jack who edits the site]. He’s a Newcastle man who found himself wandering Covent Garden, looking for something Indian to eat. This review is the result! You can find out
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The Fable Holborn - Neon Entrance Sign

Review – The Fable [Holborn]

Rating In A Word Surprising Cuisine Modern European Appeals To The Literati (when they’re hungry) Bookworms and lovers of literature People seeking a fun, not too serious dining experience that’s not in an area you’d traditionally associate with
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Caffeina - Front Entrance

Review – Caffeina [Tower Hill]

Rating Appeals To Displaced Italians (especially those extra picky types with a particular taste for Italian coffee, or types of Italian cheeses that you can’t generally get in the UK) Bohemian individuals who like to discuss powerful ideas and/or ferment rebellions in
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The Terrace at Jumeirah Lowndes - Traditional burger

Review – Barbecue Masterclass @ The Terrace, Jumeirah Lowndes [Knightsbridge]

The excellent people at Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel invited us down to preview this year’s run of their BBQ Masterclasses, taking place at The Terrace, Jumeirah Lowndes’ outdoor bar and kitchen.  Instantly sold by the prospect of a barbecue on a sunny terrace, off I
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White Lyan Hoxton - White Horse shopfront

Review – White Lyan [Hoxton]

Appeals To Chemists and/or anyone with an enthusiasm for chemistry, or the mixological take on Breaking Bad Well healed and capitalised cocktail fiends, fans and believers of every kind Any of you pioneering types who enjoy something experiencing something rather different and
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