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Recipe – Japanese-style fried chicken

As anyone that knows me can confirm, I LOVE Asian food and at any given opportunity would select Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Vietnamese for my meals. I’ve never really dared to cook too much of my own Asian food as whenever I’d had anything but the real deal it
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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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Tasting Montreal – a quick guide

With my day job I get to travel around quite a lot, but last week I made it all the way to Montreal. It’s very strange being in a french speaking region that feels so similar to America. The food is also a strange but interesting mix.   The cuisine There’s some
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Review – El Peruanito, street food [London]

Peruvian food is becoming a popular choice for foodies in London, it’s warming, tasty, hearty and a little bit different. We visited El Peruanito, a new Peruvian street food stall, while they are taking part in TASTE Street Food’s winter market in Union Yard, London.
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Review – Bourgee, Southend [Essex]

A fantastic new edition to the Essex food scene, filling a gap in luxury dining and delivering great taste and stunning ingredients at a reasonable cost. Bourgee is warm and inviting while remaining something a little bit special. The staff really make the venue, with a fantastic
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Apres London - Front Mural

Review – Apres [Mayfair]

Rating In A Word Slick Cuisine Unsure Appeals To Smokers of sophisticated versions of tobacco, such as cigars and shisha (they have a shisha terrace and a smoking lounge…these are possibly the same thing?) Clubbers, music lovers, party people and the cool cats that may
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The Drift Bishopsgate - Entrance

Review – The Drift [Bishopsgate]

Rating Cuisine Modern European Appeals To Futurists, Cyberpunks and future oriented gourmands seeking culinary fulfilment within the ivory tower. Appreciators of unusual use of space and modernist architecture, mashed up with D&M’s signature style Bishopsgate people
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Review – The Anthologist [Bank]

Rating In A Word Unconventional Cuisine Modern European Appeals To Bankers (as in, people in Bank – and who possibly work in banks…in Bank) – The Anthologist has a wide appeal. Everybody’s welcome (well, I imagine everybody’s welcome) Actual
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Rub Diner Finsbury Park - Front Entrance

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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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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