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Morden & Lea Review: What We Thought

Following on from being Chef Director at The Strand Dining Rooms, Mark Sargeant has recently opened his first central restaurant, Morden & Lea on Wardour Street and so of course The Handbook had to go and check it out.  Split across two levels, the restaurant caters for those looking for a...

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The Boundary review – what we thought

When you think of Shoreditch you might think urban chic and hipster hangouts. The idea of a high end French restaurant probably won’t spring to mind, but that’s exactly the charm of The Boundary. Hidden away in the basement, leaving behind the edgy cool and graffiti streets of Shoreditch, you...

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Charles Worthington Express Menu review

At The Handbook we love telling you about the best new places to eat with the hottest new menus but today we have a slightly different menu to tempt you with, the Charles Worthington’s new Express Menu especially designed for ‘time poor’ City workers.Expect the same treatments but with a...

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M Restaurant review – what we thought

Like Madonna we are always on board with a reinvention and another iconic M, M Restaurant agrees as they have just launched their new summer RAW menu with lighter treats to keep you going in the hot months. Taking inspiration from 6 countries including Japan and Australia, the emphasis here is on...

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M Restaurant review – what we thought

Like Madonna we are always on board with a reinvention and another iconic M, M Restaurant agrees as they have just launched their new summer RAW menu with lighter treats to keep you going in the hot months. Taking inspiration from 6 countries including Japan and Australia, the emphasis here is on...

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Jago Review – What We Thought

The other day finding ourselves on the hunt for supper in the Commercial Street area we decided not to be lured into the curry houses with promises of more than we could eat and drink for a mere fiver (not a good look on a Tuesday) and instead we wandered up Hanbury Street to Jago. Jago is the work...

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Jago Review – What We Thought

The other day finding ourselves on the hunt for supper in the Commercial Street area we decided not to be lured into the curry houses with promises of more than we could eat and drink for a mere fiver (not a good look on a Tuesday) and instead we wandered up Hanbury Street to Jago. Jago is the work...

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Lotus review – what we thought

Traditionally Londoners tend to shy away from tourist heavy areas for their dining needs as the food quality isn’t the best and honestly, locals should know better. With this in mind I was slightly wary when I came out of Leicester Square station and only a short walk away I saw spied Lotus. Upon...

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Lotus review – what we thought

Traditionally Londoners tend to shy away from tourist heavy areas for their dining needs as the food quality isn’t the best and honestly, locals should know better. With this in mind I was slightly wary when I came out of Leicester Square station and only a short walk away I saw spied Lotus. Upon...

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Fu Manchu review – what we thought

I was intrigued by Fu Manchu after first discovering it back in April when The Handbook covered its launch and was excited to be able to finally head down to see it in person. Fu Manchu is a trendy dim sum restaurant that popped up in the railway arches by Clapham North station. The face of the...

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