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Southwark Comfort | Fowl Mouths At The Table Café, 83 Southwark Street, London SE1 0HX

London is awash with pop-ups. It’s hard enough getting to all the new restaurant openings, let alone trying to visit all of the city’s temporary offerings too. Fowl Mouths boasted sold out supper… Continue reading

If You Can’t Stand The Heat… | Creole Kitchen At The Beachcomber, 86 Queensway London, W2 3RR

Chef and author of the acclaimed Creole Kitchen cookbook, Vanessa Bolosier has teamed up with a late-night Tiki bar – The Beachcomber in Bayswater. Together, they’re bringing a summery taste of island life… Continue reading

Bread Street Gives You Wings | Wingmans Bread St. Bar Sessions, Bread Street Kitchen, One New Change, London EC4M 9AJ

Next in line at the Bread St Bar Sessions at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen is Wingmans – the UK’s very first authentic ‘Wingery’. The Bread St Bar Sessions is a series of pop-ups… Continue reading

And I Think To Myself, What A Wünderlust World | Wünderlust At The Big Red, 30 Deptford Church Street, London SE8 4RZ

As Saff mentioned in her recent Dirty Bones review, we very rarely re-visit restaurants. There are an obvious few exceptions (MEATLiquor, The Diner, Dishoom and any of Russell Norman‘s places) but The Big… Continue reading

Going Down? | POPdown At The Vaults, Leake Street, Waterloo, London SE1 7NN

I’m not very good at being concise, I tend to ramble… So my snappy news pieces need to be just that – snappy. So here goes, deep breath, here we go… After the… Continue reading

Putting the art in arches | Topolski, 150-152 Hungerford Arches, Concert Hall Approach, London SE1 8XU

As we sat in Topolski – a new Eastern European pop up members bar/cafe/art gallery in the railway arches near Waterloo station, I wondered if Eastern European food could be the new ‘thing’.… Continue reading

Pop goes the marmot | LQ @ Chateau Marmot, London 2013

It’s tricky enough trying to keep up with all the restaurant launches, let alone the myriad of pop-ups too. At least with the permanent restaurant sites you have time to visit at your… Continue reading

Hot canal action | Smokey Tails, The Container Yard, 119 Wallis Road, Hackney wick, London E9 5LN

Our comfort zone is usually in or around zone one. It’s not very often that we venture out east, especially on a weekend. But we discovered that Hackney Wick is only a 30… Continue reading

Up on the roof | Rum Shack at Skylounge London, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Tower of London, 7 Pepys Street, London EC3N 4AF

Rooftop bars are the place to be this summer, now that we’re actually having one that is. With the sun beating down and a craving for that holiday feeling, I headed to Rum… Continue reading

2NO at Bedford & Strand

We’d been looking forward to this burger pop-up/supper club ever since we were given the heads up a month or so ago. We weren’t disappointed, even though we had foolishly arranged to go… Continue reading

Dingley Dell’s Flying Visits at The Leather Bottle pub, 538 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, London, SW17 0NY

This week I had one of the best dining experiences for a long time, possibly of my life. Suffolk farm Dingley Dell provided the ultimate pork fest with a bunch of talented guest… Continue reading

Checkout (10th edition – June 2012)

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

The English Launderette

The guys behind Rock Lobsta created a pop-up Launderette-style super club in Shoreditch last week – the English Launderette. If we’d been able to go when it first started, this blog would’ve been… Continue reading

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