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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

Down Mexico way | New Mix-and-Match Plates at Benito’s Hat, 12-14 St John Street, London, EC1M 4AY

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One of our biggest regrets during last year’s visit to LA was not making the short(ish) drive into Mexico. Instead we opted to give Sin City another chance, big mistake (apart from the… 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

Juicy Lucy | Byron Burger Club Night #2

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It looks like Fred Smith‘s been busy again! The May special Miami Slice was launched and after the success of Mock Donald’s, he’s been working his little burger patterned socks off on the… Continue reading

Ahh! Bistro | Bistro Moderne, 15 North West Circus Place, Edinburgh EH3 6SX

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It was our last day in the beautiful, if slightly damp city of Edinburgh and we only had one more restaurant to tick off our list. That restaurant was Bistro Moderne, the new… 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

Head to ‘tails | Rextail, 13 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4HJ

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It seems to us that so many new restaurant launches in LDN are NYC inspired. Not that we’re complaining, we love New York. We can’t resist some of the ‘originals’ – Spuntino and… Continue reading

Lucky number seven | The Diner, Old Spitalfields Market, London E1 6EW

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For us, going to The Diner is like visiting a good friend. This seventh site in Spitalfields Market is subtlety different. It’s almost as if this good friend has had a year out,… Continue reading

N-N-N-N-Nineteen, Nineteen | Diciannove, 19 New Bridge Street, London, EC4V 8DB

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It’s funny how certain spaces give off certain vibes. As we entered the lobby via some revolving doors I was none the wiser. Even when I noticed one restaurant to our left and… Continue reading

A clucking good meal and other eggcellent puns | Whyte & Brown, Kingly Court, London W1B 5PW

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As you well know, or at least you should, Saff and I are a food blogging husband and wife team. But on this occasion I dined out with my old boss and friend,… Continue reading

Hot canal action | Smokey Tails, The Container Yard, 119 Wallis Road, Hackney wick, London E9 5LN

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Our comfort zone is usually in or around zone one. It’s not very often that we venture out east, especially on a weekend. But we discovered that Hackney Wick is only a 30… Continue reading

The ‘ultimate’ BBQ guide

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With summer fully underway (eight days of sun counts as summer!), we know you’ll be gearing up for barbecue weather! Take a look below for Wren’s definitive guide to barbecuing – from marinades… Continue reading

A gem of a restaurant offering good opportunities and great food | Brigade Bar & Bistro, The Fire Station, London SE1

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It’s always a bonus to find a good restaurant within walking distance of our offices. It’s even a bigger bonus when the restaurant helps vulnerable people by giving them catering apprenticeships and thus… Continue reading

Art Deco decadence at Hotel Shangrila, Santa Monica, California. Where Hollywood glamour meets the beach

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We’d already been in Los Angeles for three nights and had adjusted the hectic pace that a whistle-stop tour of West Hollywood and the surrounding area demands… Downtown and the fab Philippe The… Continue reading

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