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Tongue Thai’d | MC & Sons, 160 Union Street, London

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In its previous life, MC & Sons on Union Street in Bankside used to be The Charles Dickens – a proper old boozer with unfriendly service and the world’s smallest toilet cubicles. Despite… Continue reading

A Steak With A View | Gillray’s Steakhouse and Bar, London Marriott Hotel County Hall

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Sometimes only a proper steak dinner will do and it was Gillray’s that rescued me from an enforced fortnight of soup and salads. We have had to be very careful with our food recently,… Continue reading

Take a Butcher’s At Macellaio RC’s Spritzeria Menu | Union Yard Arches, London

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A few doors down from our old haunt, The Lord Nelson pub where many a good night was had is Better Bankside’s Low Line project – part of the Union Yard Arches development… 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

Burn Baby Burn | The Fire Station Waterloo, 150 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8SB

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The Fire Station just outside Waterloo station is a long-standing institution, back in the 80’s it was one of London’s first Gastropubs. It’s been closed for over a year whilst undergoing a transformation… Continue reading

Great Ribs and that’s no porky pie | Porky’s Bankside, 18 New Globe Walk, London, SE1 9DR

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When I first got a job on London’s Southbank back in the mists of time, there weren’t many local culinary delights to shout about. Sure there were a few OK pub lunches to be… Continue reading

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

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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

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