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Blog posts for tag: Shoreditch

Patty & Bun’s New Redchurch Street Venue: A Satisfying Stroll Down Memory Lane

2 Sep 2016
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A plate of nibbles arrives in the form of three cheese balls which are, incredibly, the lightest tasting thing that we eat this evening. The melted Ogleshield cheese is wrapped in a panko breadcrumbed exterior and served with a swipe of hot sauce and the trio of treats works very well as an indulgent appetite-whetter…

We enjoy Brunch, Banderas and a Boy Crush at Tapas Revolution

10 Sep 2015
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We order three dishes from the comprehensive menu that also contains an ‘Inglés’, essentially a Spanish fry-up, with eggs, smoked pancetta, chorizo, confit tomato, homemade beans, morcilla black pudding, portobello mushroom and grilled sourdough creating a particularly continental culinary hangover cure...

RAW: UK’s Biggest Independent Wine Fair Comes To Shoreditch

11 May 2015
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“Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity." Voltaire’s words ring as true in 2015 as they did in the early 1700s and they are particularly apt when applied to the prospect of RAW, the UK's biggest independent wine fair that’s to be held at the Truman Brewery on Sunday 17th and Monday 18th May...

Adults enjoy naughty but very nice Christmas festivities at Grotto Outré

9 Dec 2014
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The ‘adults only’ policy of Shoreditch’s Grotto Outré is just one of many appealing things about the festive pop-up. Located in Rivington Street’s Red Gallery, the first room of the venue is decked out like a professor’s laboratory where lab coat-wearing mixologists cook up cocktails to fill their guests with festive cheer…