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Royal China Baker Street

For so long I always thought that if a restaurant was full of people from the country it was serving food from, it was going to be a decent meal. Take for example a pizza joint with plenty of...

The Cardamom Pods Merton

Growing up around my grandmother and mother, who are both extremely talented cooks, I have never felt the urge to properly learn how to cook Indian food. I’m not bad with desserts and can make a great penne alfredo,...

Little Bat Islington

Is it ever too early to start drinking?  This is the question I asked myself as I walked into Little Bat in Islington to review their newly launched brunch menu. Would someone look at me funny if I ordered...

Evelyn’s Table Chinatown

The concept of a Chef’s Table has always been oddly alluring to me and at the same time oddly unappealing. In one aspect, I would love to see close up the effort that goes into preparing a dish, but...
I have gone and done it again, despite promising myself numerous times that I wouldn’t. The temptation was just too strong, the stellar track record of the group behind this venture too alluring and the positive reviews all over...

Hip Chips Soho

The Potato is king in the vegetable world, there is nothing quite as versatile. The possibilities with the humble spud are endless, a firm favourite being the perfectly cooked chip, you know the one where the outside is golden...
The variance in quality of Italian restaurants across London is really incredible. You have budget eats like Padella that churn out consistently good food, you have terrible chains like Zizzi who churn out consistently bad food, you have pizzerias...
If you played a game of word association and someone said ‘Indian crime syndicate’, I would be willing to bet my imaginary mortgage (remember I am a millennial, we rent things) on the fact that your response would not...
People visit Thailand for so many different reasons. Some want to cover themselves in UV paint and drink terrible alcohol from buckets #gapyah, some want to cuddle up with heavily drugged tigers for Instagram and some go for a...

The Bad Egg Barbican

Gone are the days where a bottomless brunch was an occasion, something you'd book in advance because it was a rarity. Nowadays, I really wouldn't be shocked if your local Chinese started doing one. Absolutely everywhere seems to think...

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