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Cây Tre Soho, 42-43 Dean Street, London W1 4PZ

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After our cocktails at the Savoy‘s The American Bar (ooh get us!) we wandered along to Soho to try our first ever Vietnamese meal. The owner, Hieu Bui, 35 has four Vietnamese restaurants in London, the… Continue reading

Meatballs at The Quality Chop House, 92-94 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3EA ** MEATBALLS IS NOW CLOSED**

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Wow, this place is special. We have been looking forward to coming to Meatballs for weeks, it’s not been open long but long enough for us to lust after it. Inspired by a… Continue reading

Satsuma, 56 Wardour Street, London W1D 4JG ** SATSUMA IS NOW CLOSED**

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Ah, Satsuma. This place has been going for years, I recall visiting once when I worked just around the corner donkeys years back.. I was excited to return to see for myself how… Continue reading

Giraffe Bar and Grill Soho, 11 Frith Street, London W1D 4RB ** GIRAFFE IS NOW CLOSED**

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Giraffe’s all grown-up. This spin-off branch in Soho is hopefully the first of many more of the chain’s new adult-friendly restaurants. Known for being a family restaurant, step into any Giraffe and you’re… Continue reading

Kanteen at K West Hotel & Spa, Richmond Way London W14 0AX

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Totally ravenous after our spa time (see previous post) we headed upstairs in the K West hotel to Kanteen. A small, dark and pretty much empty room greeted us. On a mezzanine floor… Continue reading

Thai Square,166-170 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JB

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… soon led to a very dated dining area! My dear friend and best-man Keith accompanied me on this restaurant outing, being a fellow Thai lover, and were long overdue a catch up.… Continue reading

Battersea Pie Station, Lower Ground Floor, 28 The Market The Piazza, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8RE

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‘A cup of tea and a slice of pie Aunt Sally?’ ******THE BLUEWATER STORE IS NOW CLOSED****** Ade’s son Oliver was feeling a bit down… So Ade decided to cheer him up with… Continue reading

Benja Bangkok Table, 17 Beak Street, London, W1F 9RW

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Last Friday after a manic week at work and a severe lack of sleep, we visited the Benja Bangkok Table in Soho. I had been fantasising about having a Thai green curry all… Continue reading

The Drift, Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

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The Drift is the latest opening by Drake & Morgan, owners of The Folly, The Anthologist, The Parlour, and their first venture – The Refinery which is right under our work’s building. We… Continue reading

NOPI, 21-22 Warwick Street, London W1B 5NE

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NOPI has been on my list for ages, my lovely best man at my wedding, Keith took me there for a pre-wedding treat. NOPI It’s a fairly new Ottolenghi restaurant serving small plates,… Continue reading

Cantina del Ponte, 36c Shad Thames, London, SE1 2YE

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Cantina del Ponte  is on my old work’s stomping ground – Shad Thames, which boasts one of the best views in London, that of Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. It’s right… Continue reading

Spuntino, 61 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 7PW

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We loved this place from the minute we walked in the door. As co-founder Russell Norman said in a recent interview, ‘Once you’re in, you get a metaphorical hug’. We couldn’t put it… 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

Ora, 6 Little Portland Street, London W1W 7JE

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Last week I finally got to satisfy my Thai cravings. Thai food is my all-time favourite (but not so for Adrian, he’s a wimp when it comes to any ‘heat’) and it’s been… Continue reading

#MEATEASY

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  How can something so scummy, be so cool? Last night we lost our #MEATEASY virginity. I haven’t been to New Cross in over ten years, it is just the same as I remember,… Continue reading

Water Lilies, Lifehouse Spa, Frinton Road Thorpe-le-Soken Essex CO16 0JD

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My only experience of spa food was at The Sanctuary, and I wasn’t very impressed. All I can recall is eating a plain piece of fish. The Water Lilies restaurant at the Lifehouse… Continue reading

Mooli’s, 50 Frith Street, Soho, London W1 DSQ ** MOOLIS IS CURRENTLY RELOCATING**

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Mooli’s. I have seen that word a million times on Twitter in the past few months, and tonight, we finally went. Once we were inside, I realised I didn’t know what was on… Continue reading

Afghan Kitchen, 35 Islington Green, London, N1 8DU

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I first went here in 2001 when I moved to London, and loved the simplicity of it, and the fact that it’s the only Afghan restaurant I have ever seen. I went back… Continue reading

Dishoom, 12 Upper St. Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9FB

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Well, this has got to be one of our best dining experiences of the year, alongside The Table, for love and attention to food and the customer. It had been on ‘the hit… Continue reading

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