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Restaurant 1701 Review

Restaurant 1701 is the only kosher restaurant listed in the Michelin Guide in the UK it also happens to be situated within the grounds of Bevis Mark synagogue, the oldest synagogue in Britain, dating back to 1701. Naturally The Handbook were intrigued and went over to Bishopsgate to check it...

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Greyhound on the Test Hotel Review

On Friday afternoon we headed west out of London and soon enough we found ourselves in the quaint city of Salisbury in Hampshire where the Greyhound on the Test is situated. The Greyhound on the Test is a hotel, restaurant and pub offering guests a peaceful respite in the tranquil surroundings of...

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The Meat Co

After a mesmerising walk from the Car Park below Westfield shopping centre out on to the Restaurants South Terrace, it took a few wrong turns until we found the bright red awning ‘The Meat and Wine Company’. As I entered the large, spacious downstairs bar, it rather reminded me of a...

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Notting Hill Kitchen Review

Having fallen in love with Portuguese cuisine during a trip this summer to the Algarve, I was excited to hear that a Portuguese and Spanish restaurant was opening in Notting Hill. I was even more excited when I went down to review it.What I first noticed about Notting Hill Kitchen, is how it...

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Notting Hill Kitchen Review

Having fallen in love with Portuguese cuisine during a trip this summer to the Algarve, I was excited to hear that a Portuguese and Spanish restaurant was opening in Notting Hill. I was even more excited when I went down to review it.What I first noticed about Notting Hill Kitchen, is how it...

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Le Cercle Restaurant Review

Last week The Handbook braved the torrential rain to head over to Le Cercle, in search of their tasting menu. Having waded through the puddles on Sloane Square, we slipped off onto Wilbraham Place, through the glass doors, down a set of stairs into Le Cercle.Despite having no windows, Le...

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Le Cercle Restaurant Review

Last week The Handbook braved the torrential rain to head over to Le Cercle, in search of their tasting menu. Having waded through the puddles on Sloane Square, we slipped off onto Wilbraham Place, through the glass doors, down a set of stairs into Le Cercle.Despite having no windows, Le...

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The Handbook Reviews Parlour

Having been invited to go and review Parlour in Kensal Rise, I readily accepted and as always checked out the menu before we arrived. I was intrigued by the Cow Pie, it sounded like the sort of meal that would pack a punch both in flavour and size and since I am already heading into the...

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The Handbook Reviews Parlour

Having been invited to go and review Parlour in Kensal Rise, I readily accepted and as always checked out the menu before we arrived. I was intrigued by the Cow Pie, it sounded like the sort of meal that would pack a punch both in flavour and size and since I am already heading into the...

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Leave the Tex Mex Behind

Mestizo, which means a mix of everything, is a Mexican restaurant that lives by its namesake drawing inspiration for their food with a mix of 10 Mexican states. Leave behind your idea of tex mex as this is authentic Mexican food, made by people who have clearly grown up eating and creating these...

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