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The Coach and Horses is tucked away on a quiet sidestreet in between Brixton and Clapham. They have a nice outside area so if spring ever decides to return it would be a lovely place for a drink in the … Continue reading →
We visited Reform Social and Grill at The Mandeville Hotel after being invited to check out how they have redesigned their restaurant and menu ready for Christmas. Loved the warm greeting as usual that we get when we arrive each time. … Continue reading →
We went for lunch to check out Tramontana Brindisa in trendy Shoreditch. The restaurant is light and airy, with a great outside terrace at the rear of the restaurant. Whilst we made our menu choices, we snacked on Padron peppers … Continue reading →
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 →
We went to the pre-launch of the renovated Crib de Rib to check out what they had done. Got a warm welcome from Jean-Claude (Maitre d’) and Paolo (General Manager). Also, enthusiastic Jean-Claude took us on a quick tour of … Continue reading →
We were invited to dine at the Tweet4aTable pop-up at Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, an chance to sample some of the Co-op’s new range. We settle down to refreshing and cooling drinks of cream soda and cloudy lemonade. As we couldn’t … Continue reading →
We went to The Star by Hackney Downs to check out their Sunday Roasts. Fantastic Moroccan spicing on the lamb complemented the meat, though it could have been a bit pinker. The pork belly had a wonderful depth of flavour from … Continue reading →
We went to The Dissenting Academy to experience the London Mess new venture from Head Chef Jim Thomlinson. Jim is well known for putting his own interesting and innovative twists on classic dishes. When you walk into this venue, you … Continue reading →
We went for dinner to Foxtrot Oscar, the more casual Gordon Ramsey restaurant on Royal Hospital Road (the other is his flagship 3 michelin star gaff which would have been nice but is a bit out of our price range!). … Continue reading →
Tongue’n’Cheek started life as a food stall focusing on some of the less loved parts of various animals but they’ve just started a 6 week residency as a pop up at The Joker pub on Penton Street. This is good … Continue reading →