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We Review: OXO Tower Restaurant’s New Spring Menu

What: You know the OXO Tower, you might recognise it from its glowing red ‘OXO’ sign that illuminates the London skyline? Well it turns out they have a restaurant at the top, the ingeniously named OXO Tower Restaurant, and the food is actually pretty good. New? They have just launched their...

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Is This The Finest Indian Restaurant In London?

What? The ancient Indian city of Benares is the holiest of holy cities, so it’s wholly appropriate that its London namesake should be one of the best Indian restaurants in the country. And one I had to make a pilgrimage to. New? Mark Twain once wrote that “Benares is older than history...

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We Review: Butchies

What? Award-winning fried chicken goodness in all its glory now served in Shoreditch. New? Whilst the permanent restaurant is, Butchies has actually been around for five years. Back in 2013, Garrett Fitzgerald started a fried chicken stand at Broadway Market’s school yard. Opening a fried chicken...

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Critics’ Choices: Everywhere We Reviewed In February

After the success of last month’s ‘Critics’ choices’ article we decided that we’d do a roundup of February too! So here is everywhere that the team visited, and reviewed, over the last month. Darcie and May Green Peter Blake, the famous painter, has designed two...

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We Review: The Hamilton Inspired Afternoon Tea at The Lanesborough

What? Hamilton, it’s the most talked about musical to hit the West End since the Book of Mormon and right now the hottest ticket in town. I didn’t get tickets, the self-defeatist in me came out and I didn’t even try to go get them (that coupled with the fact that I completely forgot), what I...

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Marylebone’s Latest Restaurant Is The Ideal Gastro Pub

What: There’s something troubling me about The Coachmakers Arms in Marylebone. It’s nothing major, but should there be an apostrophe? Are they the arms of a coachmaker? Or the arms of the all coachmakers? Or perhaps it’s not possessive at all? It doesn’t really matter, but you’ll have...

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We Review: Santa Maria Fitzrovia

What? The award-winning pizzeria, that started life off in a teeny tiny site in Ealing, has now made it to the magic number with the launch of their third restaurant, Santa Maria Fitzrovia. New? Brand, spanking, can still smell the paint, new. Following on from a two-week soft launch, they...

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We Review: The Coal Shed

What: The Coal Shed; dedicated to cooking the finest meat and seafood… over fire. New: The restaurant itself is well established, but the menu we were sampling is part of the restaurant’s new series of chef collaborations. Throughout the year the restaurant will be opening its kitchen...

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We Review: Brunch at Coal Rooms

What? Winning over my heart last year as one of my favourite restaurants, I returned to Peckham to visit Coal Rooms again and this time it was to stuff myself silly with bacon sandwiches and eggs. New? It opened last summer, but the brunch is new and as we know everyone loves brunch, especially a...

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We Review: Hankies Marble Arch

What: Hankies is a culture clash of Indian street food meets high-end luxury; the street food is created by chef and Hankies founder Anirudh Arora while the luxury is provided by the surroundings of Montcalm Hotel in Marble Arch. New? Hankies, who gets its name from the roomali roti they serve...

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