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Bonnie Gull Soho Seafood Shack Review: What We Thought

What? The work of Alex Hunter and Danny Clancy, this is the second seafood shack to open and follows on from Bonnie Gull in Fitzrovia which has now been opened five years. New? Yes it opened at the end of 2016. Where?  22 Bateman Street, Soho, W1D 3AN, www.bonniegull.com On the Menu: Made up...

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Vinoteca Soho Review: What We Thought

What: Loosely translated from Spanish as ‘wine cellar/bar’, Vinoteca is inspired by the characterful wine bars of Spain and Italy and boasts a vast list of 200 wines (25 by the glass) from 20 countries. Wine is also available to purchase to take home but an inviting atmosphere and...

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Adventurous Dining at Putney’s New All Day Brasserie

What? Jules is Putney’s new all day brasserie by proprietor George Porchester, serving up small plates and tapas. New? Looking right at home, you’d think Jules had always been in Putney but it’s only been open since the end of January. Where? 5 Lacy Road, Putney, SW15 1NH

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Lokhandwala Review: What We Thought

What? Lokhandwala is the newest in the wave of Indian openings in London, modelled after colonial British architecture, and serving Indian tapas. New? Fairly – it opened on 23rd January. Where? 93 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 4PY, www.lokhandwala.co.uk On the Menu: Traditional Indian...

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Cantina del Ponte Prosecco and Pasta Bottomless Brunch Review: What We Thought

What: Part of the D&D London restaurant group this traditional Italian trattoria offers the freshest pasta in London and a front row seat to Tower Bridge. New? The brunch itself has just launched while Cantina del Ponte opened in the summer of 1992 and counts fellow D&D restaurants Le...

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Gyoza Bar Review: What We Thought

What? Authentic Japanese gyoza and regional street food. New? Gyoza Bar opened in 2016, but the menu is new and expansive. Where? 66 St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, WC2N 4JS, www.gyozabar.uk On the Menu: As the name suggests, gyoza takes centre stage, with classics like pork, beef and chicken...

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La Dame de Pic Review: What We Thought

What? This is the first UK restaurant from chef Anne-Sophie Pic, the only current female French chef to hold 3 Michelin stars. New? Yes, it opened at the start of this year with the opening of the new Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square. Where? Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity...

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Nirvana Kitchen Review: What We Thought

What: Smart pan-Asian dining in a hotel restaurant. New? Nirvana Kitchen is new to Marylebone, connected to the 5* Montcalm Hotel, metres from Marble Arch. Where: 61 Upper Berkeley Street, Marylebone W1H 7PP, www.nirvanakitchenlondon.co.uk On the Menu: Nirvana Kitchen is all about pan-Asian, aka...

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Vineet Bhatia London Review: What We Thought

What: Progressive Indian restaurant, Vineet Bhatia London (VBL), aims to take diners on a culinary exploration of India. New? Vineet Bhatia London opened in November 2016 just off Kings Road. Where? 10 Lincoln Street, Chelsea, SW3 2TS www.vineetbhatia.london On the Menu: VBL is the first Indian...

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Smith & Wollensky Brunch Review: What We Thought

What? One of London’s top steak restaurants, Smith & Wollensky hopped across the pond a couple of years ago, bringing with it USDA prime beef and pretty epic puddings. They’ve recently expanded into brunch because they (rightly) think that steak is too good to save for later in the...

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