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Why we started a food blog, and no, its not what you think.

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Four years ago when we innocently and perhaps naively decided to start our blog, we never dreamt that it would still be going four years later or that it would have changed our… Continue reading

Talk dirty to me | Dirty Burger, 13 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, London E1 6LA

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Bit of a blogger fail, but we still have a few London burger places to tick off our list. Dirty Burger was one of them, although they had three branches one in Vauxhall,… 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

Ramen that’s fit for a King-ly Court | Shoryu Ramen, G3-5 Kingly Court, London W1B 5PJ

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Sometimes only noodles will do, even a cheap packet of instant noodles for me can satisfy an urge that I guess must be down to a comfort thing. As I sat staring at… Continue reading

All you need for a summer barbecue | Checkout BBQ Guide, Summer 2014

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1) Made from tough and durable melamine this pretty floral Iza Pearl Designs ‘Garden Party Cha Cha’ non-spill tray is a BBQ must. £11.99, english-table.com 2) If it’s just the two of you,… Continue reading

London kneads this | Pizza Union, 25 Sandy’s Row, London E1 7EZ

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What is a pizza? We discovered recently that apparently a pizza with chicken as a topping is not a pizza, even worse, it is breaking pizza law. So what is it if it… Continue reading

All you need for a summer picnic (when it stops raining) | Checkout Picnic Guide, Summer 2014

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1) China plates may look great but who wants to risk it when you can have smash-proof melamine picnicware? Apple print melamine plates £1.29 each and tumblers 79p each, dunelm-mill.com 2) It’s a… Continue reading

Curiouser and curiouser | Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea, Sanderson hotel, 50 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NG

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If you’re not a) A woman or b) Planning a hen night you probably stopped reading this at the headline. The Mad Hatter’s afternoon tea at the Sanderson is largely full of groups… Continue reading

All aboard | The Big Red Pizza Bus, 30 Deptford Church Street, London SE8 4RZ ** THE BIG RED IS NOW A POP-UP CALLED WÜNDERLUST **

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** THE BIG RED IS NOW A POP-UP CALLED WÜNDERLUST ** Half term = an agonising time trying to find things to keep the kids occupied, when said children are at that awkward… Continue reading

Menagerie à trois | Les Trois Garçons, 1 Club Row, Shoreditch, London E1 6JX

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Had the boys behind Les Trois Garçons featured on BBC2’s The Restaurant Man, we could imagine narrator and restaurateur Russell Norman would be left exasperated with his head in his hands. This kitsch… Continue reading

Dial Seven For A Good Time | Rediscover Seven Dials, Covent Garden – a top restaurant destination

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Maybe it’s us, but the Seven Dials district doesn’t instantly spring to mind when thinking of London food hotspots. New openings mostly seem to be concentrated elsewhere, in less pretty parts of town… Continue reading

Curb Your Infuse-iasm | WIN a year’s supply of tea from Bistrotea TeaPods, worth £175

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WIN A YEAR’S SUPPLY OF TEA WORTH £175 365 days worth of Bistrotea tea pods could be yours! • The winner will receive 12x cartons of 32 (384 TeaPods) which have an RRP… 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

Miracle Mile | The Inn On The Mile, 82 High Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH1 1LL

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Scotland holds so many happy childhood memories for me. During the late 70s and early 80s we would all jump in the back of my dad’s Alegro estate and make the epic journey… Continue reading

Food for Scallywags? | The Scran & Scallie, 1 Comely Bank Road, Stockbridge, Edinburgh EH4 1DT

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The Scran & Scallie has one of those menus that drives you mad with indecision. We’d been peeking at it before our visit, fuelling Ade’s dreams about crispy pigs ears and pork scratchings.… Continue reading

It’s… | The Dogs, 110 Hanover Street, Edinburgh EH2 1DR

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When we were asking for Edinburgh recommendations, The Dogs came up time and time again. Marina O’Loughlin was one of many that gave it the thumbs up was, anything that gets her seal… Continue reading

Go all the way with Five Guys | Five Guys, 1-3 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9BD ‎

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The thing that made me most want to try Five Guys was the Evening Standard piece on owner Charles Dunstone. Despite the un-restauranty Carphone Warehouse bit, he oozed passion and determination, traits we… Continue reading

2NO at Bedford & Strand

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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

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