Category Archives: steak

Duke’s Brew & Cue

I went with some friends and work colleagues to check out Duke’s Brew & Que just before I was in India, as my foodie friend Shefali and I had heard great things and wanted to check it out. As we walk in, … Continue reading

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Tredwell’s, Covent Garden

  Tredwell is the new restaurant near Covent Garden from Marcus Wareing. More casual in style it focuses on small sharing plates and, before you yawn and roll your eyes; I think the sharing plates trend has taken off because … Continue reading

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Travel Guide to Eastern Australia – Sydney, Bondi Beach, Brisbane, Cairns

If you are planning a trip to Sydney and travelling up east coast of Australia, here is some stuff we liked, as well as some suggestions from friends of ours, and that you may find fun and places we would … Continue reading

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Benito’s Hat – Leadenhall Street

We went to newest member of the Benito’s Hat family so we could check out their Leadenhall Street location whilst getting our steak burritos fix! We got a warm welcome as usual from the Benito’s Hat team and friendly service. … Continue reading

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VQ Bloomsbury – a great place for recharging your batteries whatever the time of day (or night)!

We went to Vingt-Quatre (VQ) Bloomsbury as we had heard great things about VQ – including an endorsement from Gordon Ramsay of their Chelsea branch (it is one of his favourite places to take his family). The concept is to … Continue reading

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The Fable Bar – the newest addition to the Drake & Morgan family!

We went to the launch of the newest addition to the Drake & Morgan family – The Fable bar and restaurant. The location is wonderful as you approach The Fable, from Chancery Lane direction, you pass over the Holborn Viaduct … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Food Safari

We were lucky enough to win the Square Meal/ Avery UK Valentine’s day competition. This was like a food safari, champagne and scallops in Chiswell Street Dining Rooms, dinner at Hawksmoor Spitalfields, followed by more champagne at Searcy’s at The … Continue reading

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Brasserie dinner at 1 Lombard Street, Bank

I went for dinner with a friend to 1 Lombard street to try their modern European menu. They have a stunning glass cupola – a centrepiece dome designed by Italian architect Pietro Agostini. It makes the lovely elegant dining area … Continue reading

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Dirty Bones, London – a newcomer on the scene, serving great hot dogs and American fare

Dirty Bones is a newcomer on the scene serving hot dogs from around the world and American fare. We were keen to check them out so made the effort to trek across Central London to the posh surrounds of High … Continue reading

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Benito’s Hat Farringdon

We went to the launch of the newest addition to the chain – Benito’s Hat Farringdon. Got a friendly welcome from Ben Fordham (Owner), Charlie (Farringdon Branch Manager), Felipe (Executive Head Chef) and Addy (Roche Communications – specialists in restaurant, … Continue reading

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