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Blog posts for tag: Restaurant

Glasgow’s Best Indian Restaurants

22 Feb 2017
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If you are seeking a bit of spice to heat things up with winter, why not try one of Glasgow’s best Indian restaurants? Most locals know that Glasgow loves its curry, but try to expand your horizons with one of the tempting restaurants below…

Fine Dining Fabulousness At London’s Favourite Indian: Lotus Unveils New Winter Menu

6 Dec 2016
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I’ve visited Lotus once before and was blown away by their innovation and dedication to unique flavours, so naturally jumped at the opportunity to check out their new menu. The venue is situated at the bottom of Charing Cross Road, illuminated by the glitter of the theatres yet secluded enough to be called a hidden gem…

A Little Slice of Scotland in London’s West End

20 Nov 2016
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Scottish pride resonates with everything on the menu to the décor, with a tartan rug casually thrown over the banister, shot guns for handles on the door and meat hanging hooks extending from the roof…

All The World’s A Stage And We Step Onto Calcutta Street

4 Nov 2016
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The restaurant is small and bijou, sparsely but elegantly decorated with a few paintings above the stairs which lead to the kitchen, a spill over dining area and the aforementioned eruditely scribbled-on bathroom…

Did You Hear The One About Marco Pierre White’s London Steakhouse Co. City?

14 Oct 2016
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This quirky feature is wonderfully incongruous with the rest of Marco Pierre White’s revamped restaurant, which has been decked out in the manner of a vintage Boston hotspot, where Al Capone might be nursing a martini by the bar while Grace Kelly is fawned over by a set of producers in the dimly lit corner…

Picture-Perfect Performance: The Witchery By The Castle

3 Oct 2016
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To describe the restaurant as a miniature version of the Great Hall in Hogwarts may be a little too obvious given that Rowling wrote the first Harry Potter book just a stone’s throw from here, but it would also be fairly accurate…

Curries and Conviviality: Gaylord Restaurant To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

15 Jun 2016
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In today’s age of pop-up restaurants and flash-in-the-pan food trends, true tenure on the London restaurant scene is tough to achieve. However, amidst the mackerel ice cream vans, KFC-inspired haute cuisine joints and porridge cafés, Gaylords, one of the city’s oldest Indian restaurant, is still going strong and is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Sunday 19th June...

A Genuinely Blind Tasting of Tessendier Cognac at Dans Le Noir

9 May 2016
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The reason that we’ve visited this quirky Clerkenwell venue is to sample Tessendier & Fils Cognac, a distillery run by two brothers that have recently launched their premium ‘Cognac Park’ as well as ‘8 Place du Marché’ wine in the UK...

European Food Guide for Foodies who like to Travel

We write a lot about many different types of foods and have reviewed numerous restaurants around Europe and other parts of the world and believe in living like a local wherever possible and that means trying the local cuisine. With this in mind, here is a fun interactive infographic to local cuisines across Europe...

Bourne & Hollingsworth do ’90s Clubland with Below And Hidden: Not a Tarquin In Sight

24 Nov 2015
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In the basement of Clerkenwell’s excellent B & H Buildings restaurant lies a Narnian surprise for big kids who enjoy table service with a twist. The dark room is kitted out with the kind of light system that would make Robocop bust a nut, rows and rows of multi-coloured bulbs semi-hidden behind centuries-old tapestry...