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MeatLiquor N1 Review – what we thought

New?  No, there are several MeatLiquors across London and further afield like BrightonWhere? 133B Upper St, London N1 1QP www.meatliquor.comOn the menu: Burgers, hotdogs and fries – there is a salad, but just one. First Impressions: In short, it’s hard to find. We scaled the street a...

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Bootlegger Review – what we thought

New? The Bootlegger launched on the 20th November 2015 Where? Basement Bar, 25-26 Lime Street, London, EC3M 7HR On the menu: A selection of cocktails plus beers and wines First Impressions: Almost unnoticeable entrance with the venue coordinates written in on the doorstep that leads downstairs to...

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Kensington Palace Orangery Review – What We Thought

London is officially the most popular tourist destination in the world but with so much history packed into such a small area, some of the most beautiful buildings in the world and an action-packed cultural calendar it’s no great surprise. For a leisurely Sunday afternoon we headed to Kensington...

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Randall & Aubin Review: What We Thought

The problem (or advantage, depends if you’re having a half full or half empty day) with living in London is that your bucket list of places to go and things to do is never ending. You’re never going to make it to every restaurant, it’s just not going to happen – unless you want to give up...

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The Balcon Review – What We Thought

Grade II listed Sofitel London St James is one of the most glamorous building in that weird area down from Piccadilly Circus, at the bottom of Regent Street. One of the most sparkling areas of the city, the streets are so clean you feel as though you could eat your meal from the pavement. We went...

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BRGR.CO Review – What We Thought

The first thing I noticed upon entering BRGR.CO is how it’s so unlike any other burger restaurant I’ve been in. Avoiding the rustic furnishing and dim lighting and instead opting for a sophisticated décor consisting of dark colours and exposed brick it’s easy to forget you’ve just...

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Ma’Plucker Review – What We Thought

Chicken restaurants are rife in London. In certain areas it seems like every other shop is either selling fried chicken or a Nando’s. To be honest, it gets a little boring. If only there was a place you could go and enjoy tasty chicken in a restaurant that doesn’t look like the waiting room of...

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Balans Soho Society Review – What We Thought

London is full of restaurants. It’s a fact that can’t be escaped and around every corner is a new opening, renovation or long-standing ‘jewel of the city’. The spread is broad; Italian, French, Chinese, Lebanese, Japanese…. But how many are simple and satisfying British restaurants? Not...

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Tom’s Kitchen Mac & Cheese Review – What We Thought

Before winter has bid its farewell for another year, we need to take the opportunity to take advantage of the wintry benefits such as snuggling up with blankets, cosy nights in and, most importantly, comfort food. Tom’s Kitchen is on to a winner with the launch of their special menu devoted...

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The Montagu Haute Tea Review – What We Thought

In celebration of last month’s London Fashion Week, The Montagu is serving up a Haute Tea, an afternoon tea which takes inspiration from the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy to reimagine their classic pieces as cakes and biscuits. The china was more reminiscent of the sorts you...

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