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Cantina del Ponte
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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...

Chino Latino
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Chino Latino Review: What We Thought

What: Chino Latino is an award-winning, pan-Asian restaurant that combines an intimate restaurant area, bar, live music stage and riverside lounge. New? Chino Latino opened 1st February after an extensive reinvention including new menus and live music performances, with other locations in Leeds...

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The Balcon Brunch Review: What We Thought

New? The brunch only launched last November. Where? Housed within Sofitel St James but with its own entrance you’ll find it at: 8 Pall Mall, St. James’s, SW1Y 5NG, www.thebalconlondon.comOn the Menu: You’ll find classic brunch dishes but with a Balcon upgrade. So, there is chunky...

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Smith and Wollensky
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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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Aster
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Aster Review: What We Thought

What? Aster is the latest venture from restaurant giant D & D London. Part of the Nova development in Victoria, it is made up of a downstairs café and bar and an upstairs restaurant and bar. This time they’ve gone for Nordic cuisine with chef Helena Puolakka heading up the kitchen. New? Yes...

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The World’s End Market Review: What We Thought

What: Based on the idea of market-fresh produce, The World’s End Market serves simple, fresh food made using local ingredients. New? On the site of the former World’s End Pub, it opened as the restaurant it is now in December 2014. Where? The World’s End Market, 459 King’s...

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Mac & Wild Review: What We Thought

What? Following on from the success of the Mac & Wild restaurant on Titchfield Street, Andy Waugh and his crew are back with their winter pop-up in Devonshire Square just five minutes from Liverpool Street. New? Yes, the pop-up opened at the end of last year, although you only have until the...

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Hungry Donkey
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Hungry Donkey’s Vegetarian Menu Review: What We Thought

What: Hungry Donkey is a modern, Greek restaurant inspired by classic Greek street food, there is an emphasis on simplicity and responsibly-sourced ingredients. New? The restaurant opened in May 2015 so will shortly be celebrating its second birthday. Where? 56 Wentworth Street, Aldgate East, E1...

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Palatino Review: What We Thought

What? Named after one of the seven ancient hills of Rome, Palatino is the fifth restaurant from Stevie Parle, who also has Sardine, Craft London, Rotorino and Dock Kitchen under his belt. New? Yes, brand spanking new, it only opened a couple of weeks ago. Where? Palatino, 71 Central Street...

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Shane’s on Canalside Review: What We Thought

What: Shane’s on Canalside is all about wild meats, line caught fish and wild foraged seasonal produce; they even host their own butchery classes. New? Shane’s on Canalside opened in June 2016 as part of the Here East complex joined by other restaurants like neighbourhood trattoria, Gotto...

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