Review – Grillstock, Walthamstow [London]

Think locally. Act hillbilly. A very fitting catchphrase for a restaurant that is different to many others in the City. Yes there’s plenty of BBQs, but there’s just something about Grillstock that draws you in and makes you part of the family!  Rating In a word
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The Fire Station, Waterloo [London]

After a recent renovation the Fire Station in Waterloo has re-opened its doors; offering breakfast, lunch and dinner one of the busiest commuter areas in the City. Serving up a new menu that features wood-fired pizzas and a host of delicious burger options, complimented by some
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Review – Shikumen, Shepherd’s Bush [London]

As I sit on a tube train playing Mahjong, I can still taste and smell the experience I’ve just had. Shikumen isn’t necessarily what you’d expect from a Chinese restaurant, but that’s because it’s more traditional and less about satisfying us
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Review – The Tasting Room, Broadgate [London]

This fabulous pop-up brings new entertainment and style to the already pretty classy area of Broadgate. With a skating rink, fully loaded bar and delicious food, it’s a winter hide-out worth finding. Check out The Tasting Room before it disappears at the end of
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Review – Rub Diner [Stroud Green]

Rating Cuisine Southern American inspired diner food…with lots of smoky flavours Appeals To Fans of gravitationally challenged burger constructions, deep fried pickles and getting drunk off of milkshakes (or craft beer). Fans of the filling, unhealthy and value for money
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Review: Portlebay Kracklecorn Range

A great accompaniment to any summer picnic, bbq or as a snack on the go. A diverse range of flavours that hit savoury and sweet notes in parallel causing a taste sensation in the mouth.   The guys over at Portlebay sent us samples of their entire range, but as there are
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