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A Pizza The Action | Papa John’s New Papa’s Deep Crust Pizza

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Pizza is one our favourite foods by far; it’s such a classic takeaway. So when Papa John’s contacted us to review their new Papa’s Deep Crust we couldn’t say no! Upon opening the… Continue reading

Le Coq Spread Their Wings | Le Coq, Islington, London

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Le Coq in Islington is a rare gem – and when we say that, we mean that wholeheartedly, it’s especially lovely to visit at this time of year. We first discovered them a… Continue reading

It Might Be Cheesemas But It’s All About The Bacon | Byron’s Christmas special

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‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Cheesemas’ or so it says on my place mat at the launch of Byron Hamburger‘s new seasonal specials. And as I’m in the mood for borrowing… Continue reading

The Dirty Chicken Burger Shop… Or Something Like That | Chicken Shop & Dirty Burger St John’s Wood

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You know the scenario, one of you wants a big juicy burger and the other rotisserie chicken and a salad. So what’s the solution? Well I think we have it, Dirty Burger &… Continue reading

Sunshine On A Rainy Day | Sugar Dumplin, The Atrium, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3QL

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Easy like Sunday morning, as Mr Richie sang. Although there was nothing easy about this particular Sunday morning, apart from the prospect of an early lunch at Sugar Dumplin. Firstly there were a… Continue reading

There’s A New Monster In Town | Bunzilla, The New Special From Byron Hamburgers

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Poor Fred Smith – Byron’s head chef, he has to travel the world in search of inspiration for new specials, must be horrendous for him. His most recent trip to Japan has resulted… Continue reading

The Slow Burn Brunch At Chai Ki | Mall Level -1 Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AR

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We’ve been needing an excuse to revisit the fab Chai Ki at Canary Wharf since we first went last year. I won’t repeat how wonderful we found their modern Indian street food, you… 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

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

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

Great BBQ, No Bull… | The Bull Pit at The Bull Hotel, Bull Lane, Wrotham, Kent TN15 7RF

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Any regular readers will know, we live in a part of Kent that means weekend dining choices are pretty non-existent (unless we go to Bluewater, our town doesn’t even have a Pizza Express… Continue reading

Down by the riverside | Jackson + Rye Richmond, Hotham House, 1 Heron Square, Richmond, TW9 1EJ

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We’ve been to Jackson + Rye on Wardour Street numerous times. The first, back in December 2013 when they first opened to sample their brunch menu. More recently was to pop in for a nightcap when… Continue reading

Sí, sí, Señor | Señor Ceviche, Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, London W1B 5PW

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My first experience of ceviche was only this summer at Tierra peru, a stall at the Campo Viejo Streets of Spain festival and I loved it! Although ceviche has a Spanish heritage, it’s… 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

Pit masters of the universe | Big Easy Covent Garden, 12 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7NA

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It’s been roughly 655 days since our first visit to the original Big Easy on the King’s Road. On that occasion we were blown away by the whole experience, the atmosphere, the food,… Continue reading

And them good old boys were drinkin’… | Jackson + Rye, 56 Wardour Street, London W1D 4JG

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I was slightly sad to see the back of Satsuma – the Japanese restaurant on Wardour Street full of orange futuristic pod-like booths. Not many places have been around for as long as… Continue reading

Wong Kei, 41-43 Wardour Street, London W1D 6PY

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Wong Kei, possibly one of the most amusing names for a restaurant ever. As soon as I mentioned we were going there I was inundated with stories of friends’ visits – looks like Wong… Continue reading

Siam Cafe Soho, 5 Walkers Court, Soho, London, W1F 0BT *Siam Cafe is now closed*

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Up until our honeymoon in Thailand, a Thai green curry was my all-time favourite dish, I would even go as far as saying it would have been my death row meal. But due… Continue reading

Flat Iron, 17 Beak Street, London W1F 9RW

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There are a couple of buzz words that have resurfaced of late – cheap eats! Time out had their cover story dedicated to the subject a while back. We even went to Zédel off… Continue reading

The Fat of the Land, 35 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 9TR *THIS RESTAURANT HAS NOW CLOSED*

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*THIS RESTAURANT HAS NOW CLOSED* When a visit to a restaurant involves walking past both MEATliquor and Tommi’s Burger Joint, we knew we’d just spend the night hankering after a dirty burger, washed… Continue reading

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