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The Handbook Reviews Batty Langley’s

What? Batty Langley’s appears in a moment as you turn onto the cobbled stones of Folgate Street, leaving noisy Bishopsgate behind. Immediately on the left of the street, there’s the Londoner’s favourite, The Water Poet pub; adjacent to it is the entrance to Batty Langley’s

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We Review Bronte

What: Pan-Asian cuisine in the heart of Charing Cross; the name is from the first Duke of Bronte otherwise known as Lord Nelson of Trafalgar whose statue is located mere metres away from the restaurant. If that ever comes up in pub quiz remember to credit us with that titbit of...

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We Review Tab X Tab

What? “The nice part of Westbourne Grove starts here”. That’s what the lady next to me said as she momentarily glanced up from her phone. I’m not sure what prompted her to say that, but I’ll take her word for it. If this is the start of the more des-res area then it’s a pretty good...

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Essence Cuisine: Like Vegan Food But Better

What: A 100% plant-based menu designed by Matthew Kenney, a pioneer for high-end vegan and plant-based food in the US. New? It opened in early September in the heart of Shoreditch. Where? 94 Leonard Street, Shoreditch EC2A 4RH www.essence-cuisine.com On the menu: Open from breakfast through to...

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We Review The Stoke House

What? If the word carvery conjures up images of a down-at-heel Harvester by a busy dual-carriageway somewhere godforsaken like Croydon, then think again. Toby has been allowed nowhere near this ‘modern carvery’ and The Stoke House is a total reworking of the concept, combining excellent cuts...

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We Review Ella Canta

What? Spanish for ‘she sings’, Ella Canta is part of the Mexican wave sweeping through London this year. The work of one of Mexico’s best chefs, Martha Ortiz (whose Mexico City restaurant Dulce Patria is on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurant), the restaurant like its Mexican sibling...

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We Review The Diner’s New Vegan and Vegetarian Menu

What: American-themed diner chain, The Diner, has launched a purely vegan and vegetarian menu. New? The menu launched at The Diner Strand on 4th October and The Diner Islington October 10th, keep an eye out across the other sites as there are plans to launch the new menu over the coming...

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Bed and Breakfast at The Orange

What? Pimlico pub, The Orange, is part of the Cubitt House group (The Alfred Tennyson, The Thomas Cubitt and The Grazing Goat), if you walk along Pimlico Road you’ll spot it ahead of you from the number of drinkers spilling out onto the pavement. What you might not know though, is that as well as...

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Orée: Kensington’s New Boulangerie

What? A traditional French boulangerie serving up freshly baked artisanal breads, patisseries, breakfasts, brunches and lunches. New?  Yes, following the success of the Fulham Road and Kings Road sites, Orée opened at the start of September. Where? Fuelling south west Londoners with carbs and...

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London Shell Co’s New Game Menu

What? Run by brother and sister, Harry and Leah Lobek, London Shell Co is a floating restaurant aboard the Prince Regent that cruises along the Regent’s Canal. Visit on any other day and you’ll be eating seafood, but go on a Tuesday throughout October and November and you’ll be sitting down...

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