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The Cavendish Review: What We Thought

New? The Cavendish has just turned 2 and has launched a brand new menu to celebrate. Where? 35 New Cavendish Street, Marylebone, W1G 9TR, www.35newcavendish.co.uk On the Menu: Head Chef Douglas Santi knows a thing or two about Italian cooking and just like in any neighbourhood or Italian...

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Buddha Bar Review: What We Thought

New? This month marks its fourth anniversary as Buddha Bar opened back in November 2012. Where? 145 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7PA www.buddhabarlondon.com On the Menu: Describing its cuisine as ‘Pacific Rim’, Buddha Bar offers Westernised takes on Asian cooking – you’ll find a huge selection...

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The Lodge Review: What We Thought

New? The Lodge returned to London for the third time on 21st October and is running right through to the end of February 2017. Where? The Lodge, 409 Clapham Road, Clapham, SW9 9BT www.jimmyspopup.com On the menu: TV chef Jimmy Garcia has collaborated with Michelin star chefs to create a...

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Roma Review: What We Thought

New? Roma is new to the London restaurant scene – it opened at the end of September – although the food it’s inspired by is much older. Where: 14 New London Street, City of London, EC3R 7NA, www.roma.london First Impressions: Set in the heart of the city, a few minutes walk from...

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Island Poke Review: What We Thought

New? Island Poké (pronounce po-kay) has been a name on the street food circuit for a couple of years but has opened a permanent site just in time for the colder months, when being outside is slightly less appealing. We visited on day 2, after a successful soft launch the week before. Where? 8...

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Belpassi Bros. Review: What We Thought

Having sold meatballs from their 1967 Fiat van at Old Spitalfields market, brothers, Livio and Lorenzo Belpassi have just opened their first permanent restaurant in Tooting, so The Handbook headed over to see what was going on. New? Yes, it opened in August of this year, following successful...

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Tabun Kitchen Review: What We Thought

New?  It opened back in the summer. Where?  77 Berwick Street, Soho, W1F 8TH, www.tabunkitchen.com On the Menu: Founder Hanan Kattan grew up in a Palestinian household in Jordan and she has used the recipes from her family’s archives to create a menu of Middle Eastern street food. Dishes are...

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Homeslice Wells Street Review: What We Thought

New? As is the case with many successful restaurants that have opened in recent years, Homeslice began life back in 2011 at street food markets in east London. Fast forward a few years and the humble hand-built wood fired oven has moved on to three sites, the original in Neal’s Yard being the...

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The Alfred Tennyson Brunch Review: What We Thought

New? Nope, although last year it did have a name change, going from The Pantechnicon to The Alfred Tennyson. Where? Just around the corner from where Alfred Tennyson lived in his last years, The Alfred Tennyson is on a quietcorner of Berlgravia: 10 Motcomb Street, Belgravia, SW1X...

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Zelman Meats Review: What We Thought

New? Zelman Meats opened in Soho at the end of 2015. Since then it has opened a bar in Finsbury Park (Zelman Drinks) and, in August, it took over as the latest residency on the foodie Fifth Floor of Harvey Nichols.  Where? 5th Floor, Harvey Nichols, 109 – 125 Knightsbridge, SW1X...

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