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The Royal Oak Paley Street Review – What We Thought

With the double dose of Bank Holiday weekends in May it’s the perfect opportunity to escape the city for a day and swap your usual Sunday pub lunch with somewhere a little more scenic. The Royal Oak Paley Street is just a 30-minute drive from London, in the village of Bray near Maidenhead, only a...

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Vantra Vitao Review – What We Thought

New? Nope, it was founded back in 1999, meaning it’s been serving up healthy food for 17 years – quite a feat for an Oxford Street restaurant.  Where? 25-27 Oxford Street, W1D 2DW www.vantra.co.uk On the menu: Vegan food that caters to any and all dietary requirements i.e. paleo, low...

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Adam Handling At Caxton Review – What We Thought

New?  No, Adam Handling At Caxton is celebrating its second year. Where?  2 Caxton St, London SW1H 0QW http://www.caxtongrill.co.uk/ On the menu: 11 course tasting menu complete with paired wines First Impressions: Our coats were taken by the friendly front-desk staff and we were swiftly ushered...

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The Botanist Review – what we thought

New? No, it’s coming up for its 1st birthday.  Where? The Botanist Broadgate Circle Restaurant and Bar, City of London, EC2M 2QS broadgate.thebotanistlondon.com On the menu: It’s a British menu, with fish dishes being popular. First Impressions: We were greeted by a sea of suits...

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Tibits review – what we thought

New?  No it has been going for 15 yearsWhere? 12-14 Heddon St, London W1B 4DA www.tibits.ch On the menu: A selection of vegetarian and vegan foodFirst Impressions: Hidden in a courtyard, it offers some slight calm from the hustle and bustle of Regent’s Street a few feet away.The Look: Casual...

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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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Rotunda Review – what we thought

New? The impressive multi-use Kings Place, which is home to Rotunda, was opened in 2008 and is just a short walk from King’s Cross station. Where? Kings Place, 90 York Way,  N1 9AG On the menu: A seasonal menu serving modern, British food with beef and lamb dishes that have been sourced from...

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Urban Coterie’s Bottomless Brunch Review: What We Thought

New?  It opened last November so not brand spanking but they have just launched their bottomless brunch and May will see the opening of their members’ club. Where?  17th Floor of M by Montcalm, 151-157 City Road, EC1V 1JH On the menu:  If you’re heading for brunch then expect to find...

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Dans le Noir? Review – what we thought

When I first heard about Dans le Noir? I was intrigued and then slightly apprehensive. I love the London eating scene with all its quirks, from the finest, high end dining to the most outlandish pop ups but I am always on the lookout for a new experience and Dans le Noir? certainly offers that. The...

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Ember Yard Breakfast Review – What We Thought

Unless you’re willing to queue north of 45-minutes, forget having tapas at Ember Yard on a Friday night. If, however, you’re tired of hollandaise and bottomless bellinis have you groaning “not another bottomless brunch” then Ember Yard’s new breakfast offering is well worth a visit.

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