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Review – Smiths Of Smithfield [Cannon Street]

Our Jason (who could very well be the protagonist in a film about a genetically engineered super organism designed to eat beef and practice Wing Chun…) is sent down to Smiths of Smithfield’s new site in Cannon Street to see what all the steak and all the fuss is
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News / Review – Slug & Lettuce Menu Update For Spring / Summer 2017

If you live a large city the UK (or have at any point in the last 10 years or so) you probably know a little about the Slug & Lettuce. ‘The Slug’…56% bar, 34% club, 10% pub . Not yet ubiquitous, but it gets around. Youthful, but not quite on the level of the 3:30 AM closing
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Review – The Champion [Notting Hill]

Our Tanya, confirmed gastropub skeptic, Mitchell and Butlers veteran and notoriously hard to please food person, heads down (or should that be up…?) to Notting Hill. She is in search of dinner and Picpoul de Pinet at The Champion… Rating: Cuisine: British Pub
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Review: Galvin Bistrot de luxe [London]

The original and still the best Appeals to: ·        Lovers of classic French cooking ·        Carnivores with a lust for comfort food ·        Anyone with a taste for
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Review – Tootoomoo [Islington]

Our Shekha heads off to Tootoomoo in Islington to taste test its oily tasty take on the current bottomless brunch craze…   Rating: Cuisine: Pan Asian Appeals To: Bottomless brunchers, sushi fans, people who really like fried things… In a Word: Abundant The
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Review – April ‘Piemonte Menu’ @ Tozi [Victoria, London]

Every now and then the folks at Tozi in London Victoria update their menu. Sometimes they tell us about it. Sometimes they even invite us down to try it. What you see here is Tozi’s one off, short lived (and delicious) ‘Piemonte-themed menu’, and we sent our Jack out to see what
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Review – Lower Barns [Bosue, Mevagissey, Cornwall]

Set within the winding back lanes of Mevagissey and just a stone’s throw from Cornwall’s Heligan Gardens, Lower Barns is a boutique retreat with retro chic and an eclectic style. Arriving down log-flume like back lanes on a wet January night made stepping into a
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Review – Bordelaise [Tooting]

Our Catherine channels her inner Francophile as she heads down to Bordelaise, the newest addition from the people behind Little Bar and Little Taperia in the ever-evolving foodie scene at Tooting’s Broadway Market. How’s the steak, you may ask…? Rating: Cuisine:
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Review – Tang [Soho]

Tang is neatly hidden just north of Oxford Circus tube and provides hearty, wholesome food with an authentic south Asian twang [Ed:…or should we say ‘tang’?]. Our Tim (a man you could call ‘familiar’ with the foods of South Asia)
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Review – Marquis of Wellington [Bermondsey]

Our Dom heads down to Bermondsey for a particularly generous helping of the Marquis of Bermondsey’s stone baked pizza and garlic bread. Result! Rating Cuisine Street food In a Word Jovial Appeals to For anyone living in south east London wanting a quiet
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