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To Sicily and back: Mile High Club

Last week The Handbook not only went back in time to the 1950s but we also flew to Sicily, not bad in three hours really.As much as we would like to have really gone, we were in fact just reviewing the wonderful Mile High Dining Club, inspired by the golden age of travel, the guys behind the...

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Keeping it Simple at Hot Pink Grill

Hot Pink Grill has a simple menu idea complete with fresh, uncomplicated ingredients and an eco friendly approach to producing the food. Diners pick from a selection of 12 mains, divided into 4 categories; meat, chicken, fish and vegetarian. They then add one of six sides and an option of either...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Keeping it Simple at Hot Pink Grill

Hot Pink Grill has a simple menu idea complete with fresh, uncomplicated ingredients and an eco friendly approach to producing the food. Diners pick from a selection of 12 mains, divided into 4 categories; meat, chicken, fish and vegetarian. They then add one of six sides and an option of either...

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Getting it right at Rack & Ruin

There is one word to describe Rack & Ruin. Epic. The Handbook went down to check it out in the Kitchen Party in Clerkenwell and we came out saying that it was one of the best meals we had ever had. It was so simple but so brilliant. Less is definitely more.The concept is food at its most...

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Head Over To Alice’s House

The Alice House in Queens Park is an upmarket pub that is helping to shed the old fashioned image of dingy, derelict pubs where no one under the age of 30 dare enter. It sits on the corner of Salusbury Road a mere 5 minute drive from its sister pub, The Alice House in West Hampstead. Inside are...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Head Over To Alice’s House

The Alice House in Queens Park is an upmarket pub that is helping to shed the old fashioned image of dingy, derelict pubs where no one under the age of 30 dare enter. It sits on the corner of Salusbury Road a mere 5 minute drive from its sister pub, The Alice House in West Hampstead. Inside are...

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Custom Cocktails at Roast

Borough Market restaurant Roast is at the heart of the Floral Hall, where an unprepossessing lift leads up to a glass-walled interior just beneath the green-arched roof. With live jazz music at a grand piano, quirky moving pictures and a buzzing atmosphere, the Handbook headed down to Roast for a...

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Fine Pork at Wiggies

Carter Lane’s latest foodie pop-up, Wiggies specialises in all things pork, cooked from seasonal British produce with an Eastern touch. Hidden up a winding back-staircase from the bustling pub below, Wiggies will be gracing The Rising Sun’s top floor for six months only. Always an...

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Mazes and Mezze at Mezzah Lounge

This week The Handbook went to Harrods to try out Middle Eastern fare in the Mezzah Lounge. Before we get on to how the food was the first thing that we should point out to all those who aren’t that familiar with Harrods, is that it is on the fourth floor, near the lifts, you don’t...

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Mazes and Mezze at Mezzah Lounge

This week The Handbook went to Harrods to try out Middle Eastern fare in the Mezzah Lounge. Before we get on to how the food was the first thing that we should point out to all those who aren’t that familiar with Harrods, is that it is on the fourth floor, near the lifts, you don’t...

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