Reviews

The O Bar Soho - London Bar Review

The O Bar Soho - London Bar Review I find myself asking for mercy from the party gods when passing O Bar; mercy for never having stepped inside this clear institution of Central London fun. For years I hadn’t ventured into The O Bar which is sat bang in the middle of Soho between Wardour and Brewer St - an envious location for... Read more >

Calcutta Street - London Restaurant Review

Calcutta Street - London Restaurant Review New to Fitzrovia and brought about by Shrim Chakraborty, many would be forgiven for missing Calcutta Street if it weren't for the soft glow of candles and duck egg blue shutters that stand out amongst the thundering concrete of the area. Arriving for a meal before a dose of horror-theatre from the... Read more >

Miusan Camden - London Restaurant Review

Miusan Camden - London Restaurant Review Most of my Camden memories are from my just-turned-eighteen days, largely consisting of boozy evenings at Proud, the N29 night bus and late night Chinese. So I was excited to return as a slightly more sophisticated adult, to visit Muisan, Cottons owner Chris Singam’s new venture. Rumoured to... Read more >

Pickled eggs and a good laugh - we tried out Pickle Boy Comedy

Pickled eggs and a good laugh - we tried out Pickle Boy Comedy Loosen up with eggs and laughs at Pickle Boy Comedy.  Beer, pickled anything and a good joke are all high on the list of life’s simple but great pleasures, so the clever eggs behind Pickle Boy Comedy have put together a monthly stand-up night promising all three. With the likes of... Read more >

Bishopsgate Kitchen Spitalfields - London Restaurant Review

Bishopsgate Kitchen Spitalfields - London Restaurant Review I usually try my hardest to avoid Liverpool Street. After all, unless I'm stumbling onto the night tube with a head full of booze, the promise of mediocre food that's had its price inflated by the hordes of pink-shirt, grey-trouser wearing financiers just doesn't appeal to me for some reason. That... Read more >

Cinnamon Soho - London Brunch Review

Cinnamon Soho - London Brunch Review I adore brunch, if I had the funds, I would quit my job and become a full-time brunch eater, rolling myself from venue to venue with fistfuls of streaky bacon and snatching orange juice cartons from passing children's hands, but even I can become a little bored of the same old eggs royale.... Read more >

Asian fusion street food vendor The Ugly Dumplings have found a permanent residence in Soho

Asian fusion street food vendor The Ugly Dumplings have found a permanent residence in Soho Combining Western ingredients with Asian home recipes, The Ugly Dumplings are the masters of artisan fusion dumplings. They cut their teeth on the street food circuit and are now known across the capital thanks to their commitment to delicious bites and beautiful looking dishes. Setting up shop in... Read more >

Scratch Bar Clapham - London Restaurant Bar Review

Scratch Bar Clapham - London Restaurant Bar Review Perched on Lavender Hill is the Battersea Arts Centre, a Grade II listed building and hub of cultural activity. Comprised of multiple rooms, it’s primarily used for theatre shows and private parties in their beautiful event spaces. It is also home to the Scratch Bar, an independent bar where... Read more >

Craft's Thursday FEASTS Menu - London Restaurant Review

Craft's Thursday FEASTS Menu - London Restaurant Review London still has a few unknown tricks up its sleeve when it comes to incredible places to eat and Craft in Greenwich is the rabbit in the magician’s hat. One of those places so good that you only want to talk about it in hushed tones and to your nearest and dearest in case the queues should... Read more >

Megaro King's Cross - London Bar Review

Megaro King's Cross - London Bar Review Hidden from sight and oozing in character, there’s plenty of reasons why I’ve always held a special place in my heart for secret speakeasies. One thing keeps dragging me down into those dimly lit sanctuaries? Whiskey. Whether I'm sipping from a tumbler or a cocktail, 1920s bars rarely... Read more >

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