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#Neapolitandoori | Cinnamon Kitchen And Pizza Pilgrims Pop-Up | 9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL

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A dream collaboration has happened! Pizza Pilgrims and Cinnamon Kitchen have teamed up for one week only. Pizza purists may freak, but the famous Piaggio van has parked up on the terrace outside… Continue reading

Some of the best Italian food in London | Orso, 27 Wellington Street, London WC2E 7DB

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So what’s important to you when you visit a restaurant? A) Does it have to be all shiny and new with the enamel dishes fresh out of bubble wrap? B) Does it have… Continue reading

N-N-N-N-Nineteen, Nineteen | Diciannove, 19 New Bridge Street, London, EC4V 8DB

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It’s funny how certain spaces give off certain vibes. As we entered the lobby via some revolving doors I was none the wiser. Even when I noticed one restaurant to our left and… Continue reading

A lazy afternoon in Sevenoaks

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Our wallets were still suffering from post-Christmas over-spend trauma, we’d had an unsettling week at work and we really couldn’t be bothered to re-start our ongoing DIY projects. But maybe the biggest reason… Continue reading

Vapiano, Bankside, 2, 90b Southwark Street, London SE1 0FD

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We first discovered Vapiano on one of our visits to Sweden, when our budget was low and we couldn’t afford to spend a fortune on a meal, which is pretty unavoidable in Stockholm.… Continue reading

Dalla Terra, 25 Slingsby Place, St Martin’s Courtyard, London WC2E 9AB

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Our initial gut feeling about Dalla Terra, a newish little Italian wine bar/restaurant on St Martin’s Courtyard was pretty bad. The reason being one of the waiters made us feel a little intimidated… Continue reading

Antico, 214 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3TQ

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There’s an ever-increasing buzz on Bermondsey Street. Adding to this buzz and its portfolio of great restaurants, Antico, the first venture from Nick Crispini has recently opened. Set in a newly renovated antiques warehouse,… Continue reading

Checkout (10th edition – June 2012)

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Polpo – new restaurant & cookbook www.polpo.co.uk So not only is Russell Norman opening his sixth restaurant, he’s also created a beautiful cookbook: POLPO: A Venetian Cookbook (Of Sorts). A mammoth book crammed… Continue reading

EnoClub Polpo Covent Garden, 6 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7NA

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Now, we are not experts on wine by any stretch of the imagination. Sure we drink the stuff (maybe too much) and know a few names, but that’s about it… I could also… Continue reading

Checkout (7th edition – March 2012)

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Firstly we’d like to apologise in advance for the slightly shorter than usual edition of Checkout. This is mainly due to the fact that the end of February and the beginning of March… Continue reading

Trullo, 300 – 302 St Paul’s Road, London N1 2LH

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Trullo has been on our list for a long time, and even more so since getting married last summer at Trullo Fico, this beautiful house in Puglia (a trullo is a is a… Continue reading

Opera Tavern, 23 Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5JS

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This post has been a long time coming, slightly to blame is Ben Mullock for making us eat so much food when we went to the restaurant. And getting married kind of got… Continue reading

Coco di Mama, 90 Fleet Street London, EC4Y 1DH

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Coco di Mama (Italian for Mama’s boy) is a welcome addition to Fleet Street, serving predominantly pasta but also a wide range of salads, baguettes, desserts and breakfasts. The stone-baked breakfast ciabattas with… Continue reading

Franny’s Pop Up, 11-13 Frith Street, W1D 4RB.

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Franny’s is a fab little pop up Italiany eatery in Soho, on the old Bertorelli site, serving a great easy menu. Named after a 1920’s Brazilian lap dancer, also an abbreviation of one… Continue reading

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