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
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Veggie food festival heaven VegfestUK returns to London

The VegfestUK London annual vegan food festival is hitting the capital on October 10th-11th bringing with it some seriously indulgent veggie delicacies. VegfestUK originally started in Bristol in 2003 and has since expanded to Brighton in 2009 and London in 2013. The London event
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Nobu Berkeley Street - Raw Wagyu steaks

News – Japanese Wagyu Arrives On British Shores, Tasting Britain Eats Some…Is Impressed

Wagyu Doin’? Ever eaten Wagyu beef before? Chances are, unless you had it in Japan or America, you enjoyed something that was quite delicious but not quite authentically Japanese (as in, not from Japan, the inventor and originator of Wagyu beef). What’s the deal with
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Benihana London Chelsea - Chef pyromania

News – Benihana Turns 50, Spills Sake Everywhere, Then Comes Up With 5 Cool Offers

Last week restaurant chain Benihana celebrated it’s 50th year of persistent existence in the only way it knew how – with fire, sake and people shouting greetings at you in Japanese.  We were invited down to take a look, having heard many things about the
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Chotto Matte - Houxo Que's UV technicolour mural art

Review – Chotto Matte [Soho]

Rating Suited To: Sushi fans & Sushi fans looking for something with a little extra Carnivores (AKA humans who like to eat a lot of meat…sushivores?) People who want to drink some Pisco or eat some Quinoa (not so common) Fusion foodies (do you guys exist?) Up to date
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Review – Buddha Bar [Knightsbridge]

Stepping into the cool darkness of Buddha bar out of the fading sunlight of Knightsbridge (we had walked from Victoria) was the first of several pleasant surprises. Walking to our table overlooking the busy street my eyes adjusted to the low light. Lucien was our waiter, and what
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Review – Sake No Hana [Mayfair]

What you see isn’t necessarily what you get when you eat with Sake No Hana. Situated at a corner of St James’s Street, the restaurant is a classy, modern-looking building, which from the outside can easily be mistaken for a swanky office or expensive hotel. Inside,
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