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Ping Pong’s Summer Menu Review: What We Thought

New? Ping Pong, Soho opened in May 2005 but there are venues all over the UK with other restaurants in London including Southbank, Shepherd’s Bush and Stratford. Where? 45 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, W1F 7JL, www.pingpongdimsum.com On the Menu: The regular menu features a selection of...

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Sofitel London St James Review – What We Thought

New? The impressive Grade II listed building was originally a banking hall and has been a Sofitel hotel since 2009. Where? 6 Waterloo Place, St James’s, SW1Y 4AN, www.sofitelstjames.com  First Impressions: The hotel is undeniably grand, standing proud just down from Piccadilly in one of the most...

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Amorino’s GelaTea Review – what we thought

New? Amorino boutique was opened in 2002 by two Italians who wanted to bring authentic Italian gelato to France. The Fulham Broadway shop we visited opened just last month. Where? 8 Fulham Broadway, SW6 1AA www.amorino.com    On the menu: Putting a cool Italian spin on an indulgent British...

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Bubbledog’s Brunch Review – What We Thought

New? Whilst Bubbledogs isn’t new, the brunch parties only launched last weekend. Where? Bubbledogs, 70 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia W1T 4QG, www.bubbledogs.co.uk On the Menu: For those not in the know then Bubbledogs is all about hot dogs and Champagne and the brunch menu sticks to this. You can...

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Rosa’s Thai Cafe Review – What We Thought

New? The most recent venue in the Rosa’s Thai Cafe family, the Victoria site opened earlier this year – 8 years after husband and wife Saiphin and Alex ran a Thai street food stall on Brick Lane. Where? 25 Gillingham Street, Victoria, SW1V 1HN First Impressions: Our welcome was friendly and...

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Nola Rola Review – What We Thought

New?  The brunch launched last month and is running every Saturday until 1st October.  Where?  Tucked away in The Yard in Vauxhall, you’ll find Nola Rola at 4 Durham Street, Vauxhall, SE11 5JA, www.nolarolalondon.com On the menu: Ribs, ribs and more ribs, washed down with a constant supply...

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100 Wardour Street Review – What We Thought

New? 100 Wardour Street opened with a bang back at the start of this year on the site of the former legendary Marquee Club, which then became Mezzo and most recently Floridita, which burnt down last year. Where? 100 Wardour Street, Soho, W1F 0TN, www.100wardourst.com On the Menu: Described as a...

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ChaChaMoon Review – What We Thought

New? It is relatively well established after opening 8 years ago in 2008. Where? Kingly Court, 15-21 Ganton Street, Carnaby, W1F 9BN www.chachamoon.com On the menu: ChaChaMoon is a Chinese noodle bar that offers both classic dishes like chargrilled chicken lao mian as well as regional dishes...

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Patara Hampstead Review – What We Thought

New? It opened in April 2016 making it the 6th venue for Patara, the first of which opened in London over 25 years ago. Where? 82 Hampstead High Street, Hampstead, NW3 1RE www.pataralondon.com On the menu: All of the chefs have been trained in Thailand so you can expect authentic Thai classics...

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The Mandeville Review – What We Thought

You might remember that earlier this year we told you about the Riviera coming to Marylebone in the form of Christian Lacroix taking over the fifth floor of The Mandeville hotel. Four rooms each telling a different story, drawing on inspiration from the ladies who graced Jean Cocteau’s famous...

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