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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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Trader Vic’s Review – what we thought

Trader Vic’s has long been on my bucket list of restaurants in London that I wanted to visit, sitting in the basement of the Hilton Park Lane, I knew it had been well chosen and was in good company with other restaurants in the hotel including Michelin-starred restaurant Galvin at Windows and...

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En Vogue at Le Caprice Review – What We Thought

If you haven’t heard about Vogue’s exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery celebrating their 100th anniversary then you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past few weeks (we wrote about it here). The must-see cultural event of the year so far, Vogue 100: A Century of Style had...

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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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Crab Tavern Review – What We Thought

Broadgate Circle on a Thursday night is buzzing. A strong ratio of ten suited males to every female, each celebrating the imminent end of the week and this city hub is as good a place as any to head for a well-earned drink or two and a meal to line the stomach. As someone who doesn’t work in a...

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Gyoza Bar Review – What We Thought

Perusing back over the menu at Gyoza Bar is like a fond trip down memory lane where I get to relive all of the delicious items I had previously devoured much too quickly, wishing I’d savoured the moment slightly more. Every dish that came out ranged from good to great with no duds available, a...

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Osteria Review – What We Thought

Searcy’s and Anthony Demetre opened Osteria just a couple of weeks ago, on the second floor of the Barbican Centre. Possibly my number one contender for London’s biggest eyesore, my cultural ignorance was perhaps the reason I couldn’t find the entrance for a while. Even once inside the...

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Skylon Review – What We Thought

Skylon in the Royal Festival Hall have welcomed Tom Cook to their kitchen. Despite his surname instilling a strong sense of confidence, Cook has proved himself at Le Pont de la Tour and Le Gavroche to name but a few so when I was invited down a few weeks into his new job I was excited to see (but...

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The Ninth Review – What We Thought

Head over to Fitzrovia for dinner and you’ll be spoilt for choice. It really is the place of the moment, and Jun Tanaka has lucked in with a piece of the action with his debut restaurant, The Ninth. The number of karma, spiritual enlightenment and strength of character? All valid, but they...

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