tapas

Review: Salthouse Bacaro [Liverpool]

If ‘Negroni Mondays’ aren’t a thing, after a visit to Salthouse, Charlie thinks they should be.  Rating Cuisine Spanish and Italian. The best of both in small plates form, with the odd twist here and there.  In a Word More (please) Appeals to Almost
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Seventies chic

Review – The Seaside @ St. Moritz Hotel [Rock, Cornwall]

Rating   The type of cuisine Tapas. But these ain’t no ordinary tapas, foo! In a word Mediterranean Appeals to With its lush views over Polzeath beach, the hotel has rooms with a budget to suit most people wanting to stay for a break near to Cornwall’s
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Review – Carluccio’s summer sharing plates [nationwide]

The sharing plates menu will also draw in lovers of tapas, groups looking for a low-key dining experience, or anyone like me who just has eyes bigger than their stomach and wants to try a bit of everything!  Rating In a word Sociable Cuisine Fresh Italian food Appeals to
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Review – Floridita, Soho [London]

If you work in Central London then this is one of those places that you’ve probably either heard about in conversation or have ended up in at some point in time. However, I think it’s rather underestimated. It isn’t really somewhere that springs to mind straight
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Taste of London Winter 20-23rd Nov

The Taste of London events are becoming a regular fixture in every City foodie’s diaries and next weekend sees the return of the winter show. Located in London’s East End, Tobacco Dock is a beautiful location that gets totally transformed when this festival is in
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Review – Coal Vaults [Soho]

Rating In A Word Subterranean Cuisine Drink heavy, Modern European Appeals To Coal miners with expensive and complex drinking habit. Subterranean creatures and those who like dark, warm and cosy spaces… Tapas/antipasti/meze people – rather than going for a huge sit
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