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Review – Bourgee, Afternoon Tea on the Lawn [Essex & Suffolk]

 An afternoon tea with a lot of style and flare, this treat from Bourgee makes a real change from scones and tea, bringing the concept into the modern day.  Afternoon tea is a concept born in the nineteenth century by Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, who complained of
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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 – 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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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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Geales Chelsea Green's - Seafood Platter

Review – Geales [Chelsea Green]

Suited To People who want to explore the logical final evolutionary point of British fish and chips People who enjoy British cuisine in general People interested in that ‘Gastropub’ (the only word I could come up with) approach to developing traditional British dishes
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Review – The Happenstance, St Pauls

I like this place so much I went twice in two weeks. Seriously. Not just because it’s a convenient location, near to my work, it’s also awesome. Part of the group of Drake and Morgan restaurants, a small handful of lovely one-off restaurants scattered across EC1 and SE1 (sidebar:
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