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

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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

A Home From Homeslice | Homeslice Pizza, 52 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3PR

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When writing up our restaurant reviews, the first thing that I try to do is think of a title. It has to be witty (usually fails), pun-tasticly clever (again hit and miss) and… Continue reading

Worth Its Salt | The Salt Room, 106 King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU

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Sometimes Saff and I get a little disillusioned whilst eating out. Don’t get me wrong, we still absolutely love what we do and we honestly appreciate just how lucky we are. It’s just… Continue reading

It’s All About Meiji | Shackfuyu, 14a Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4TJ

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Shackfuyu – nope, I’m not swearing, naming a planet from the new Star Wars film, nor has a cat just walked across my keyboard. It’s the pop-up gone permanent by the fabulous Bone… Continue reading

Three Is The Magic Number? | Burger & Lobster, 30 Old Bailey, Ludgate London EC4M 7HS

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We have never been to Burger & Lobster before. The reasons? We love our burgers but we’d heard the ones at B&L weren’t outstanding, which didn’t make sense to us as Goodman are… Continue reading

Get Into The Christmas Spirit | Festive Cocktails At Ask For Janice, 50-52 Long Lane Farringdon, London EC1A 9EJ

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I’m not actually a massive fan of Christmas food (unless it’s something dirty or Dishoom‘s turkey raan) but what I am keen on is Christmas booze – especially cocktails. So the other night… Continue reading

Go The Whole Hog | Il Porco At Bunga Bunga, 37 Battersea Bridge Road, London SW11 3BA

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Italian-inspired Bunga Bunga in Battersea have collaborated with The House of Peroni to launch IL PORCO – a wonderful Italian pork fest washed down with Peroni. Two words we find very hard to… Continue reading

Piquet Mix | Piquet, 92-94 Newman Street London, W1T 3EZ

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It’s always exciting when a new independent restaurant opens, what makes it astonishing is when it gets a clean sweep of 4 and 5 star reviews (well almost). The Evening Standard, Time Out… Continue reading

It Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin | Beef & Brew, 323 Kentish Town Road, London NW5 2TJ

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Oh look, there’s another new London restaurant with a name that’s two random words paired together, yawn. Well, at least these aren’t not totally random, you know what you’re gonna get there. We… Continue reading

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

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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

Chicken Licken | The Chicken Burger At Tommi’s Burger Joint, London

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You all well know that we love a burger and Tommi’s Burger Joint have been one of our favourites since they came over to London from their Icelandic homeland in the summer of… Continue reading

Going Up In The World | Dirty Bones, Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, Soho, London W1B 5PW

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Marina O’Loughlin‘s Top 50 Restaurants feature is so on our wavelength. We rate wherever we go to eat on one simple question: would we go back? Another major aspect is if we can… Continue reading

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

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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

Super Duper | La Soupe Populaire, Atelierhaus, Prenzlauer Allee 242, 10405 Berlin

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Firstly, wow! And secondly, WOW! It’s not very often that we get blown away by a restaurant but La Soupe Populaire’s decor and food left us speechless. It was the last full day… Continue reading

There’s No Place Like Home | Dishoom Carnaby, 22 Kingly Street, London W1B 5QB

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We hate to be unfair and write a blog post about a restaurant during its most challenging time – their soft launch. But we’re going to anyway because the restaurant is Dishoom and… Continue reading

…And Breathe | Atzaró, Carretera Sant Joan, km 15, 07800, Santa Eularia des Riu, Ibiza, Spain

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Gotta love a spa and boy were we in need of one. Bring on the Atzaró hotel in Ibiza – a stunning expanse of Balinese beauty in the middle of an orange farm… Continue reading

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner | Le Coq, 292-294 St Paul’s Road, London N1 2LH

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Saff and I are fairly uncomplicated creatures. All we really ask for is great food (hence this blog), occasional foreign sun on our faces and to have as much fun as humanly possible.… Continue reading

Weigh To Go! | Vico, 1 Cambridge Circus, London, WC2H 8PA

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Ah, paying for food by weight. We remember when The Table used to do that with their salad at lunch time, eventually they dropped it – for whatever reason they felt fit. Newbie… Continue reading

A Chip Off The Old Block | Vintage Salt, Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street, London EC2M 1QS

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We seem to be on a roll at the moment. Vintage Salt provided another successful restaurant outing with barely anything to moan about. Des McDonald (former head chef at The Ivy and consultant… Continue reading

Something For The weekend? | Supreme Saturdays At Yauatcha City, Broadgate Circle, London, EC2M 2QS

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Yauatcha City in Broadgate Circle have launched Supreme Saturdays, a set menu showcasing the most luxurious dishes exclusive to Yauatcha City. For £49 per person this is excellent value and saves the hassle… Continue reading

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