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London restaurant reviews to help you avoid needless gout & wasted money

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Babaji Pide review – Turkish pizzas hit Soho

[...] and the slightly bitter tannic taste of tea into a refreshing and tasty beverage. Like all the soft drinks, I wish it came in a larger serving. Like a bucket. For once, I don’t have to resort to [...]

Chiltern Firehouse review – sound the alarm, this place is on fire

[...] Opening Hours: call to confirm Reservations: Essential Average cost for one person including soft drinks when shared between two: £72 approx. Rating: ★★★★☆ [...]

Bubba Gump review – cynical tourist trap theme park

[...] days a week 11.30-‘late’. Reservations: yeah, if you want Average cost for one person including soft drinks: £40 approx. Rating: ★★☆☆☆ [...]

Bobo Social review – fussy Fitzrovia burgers

[...] -22.30, closed Sundays. Reservations: highly recommended Average cost for one person including soft drinks: £35 approx. Rating: ★★★☆☆ [...]

Tredwell’s review – why the Evening Standard is wrong about Covent Garden’s best...

[...] convivial affair, especially if you have dining companions as rambunctiously iconoclastic as Vicious Alabaster, Templeton Peck and The Squinting Brummie. Both the poached hake and the squid with [...]

Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar review – new meat and cheese menu

[...] bar before, but a new menu necessitated a new visit with the aid of Templeton Peck and Vicious Alabaster. I don’t drink, but Templeton Peck does and he chose the Marmalade Cocktail as his [...]

8 Hoxton Square review – from Soho to Shoreditch but lost in translation

[...] , while others were walnutty and others dotted with chunks of sweet, caramelised onions. Vicious Alabaster and I fought over every last crumb. Dough. The Squinting Brummie opted for a series of [...]

Jackson + Rye review – Soho late night diner and American breakfasts

[...] + Rye – the chatty, matey yet efficient staff took the mildly inebriated slurring of Vicious Alabaster, Templeton Peck and The Squinting Brummie in their stride. Vicious Alabaster started off [...]

Whyte and Brown review – substandard Kingly Court chicken

[...] is finding somewhere to eat without a reservation which, on my most recent sojourn with Templeton Peck, Vicious Alabaster and The Squinting Brummie, led not to a mere mishap but an outright [...]

Azerbaijan restaurant review – central Asia in North Finchley

[...] disappointing if you’re hoping for a culinary adventure. Still, Veal Smasher, Porn Master, Templeton Peck and I did discover that Finchley’s Azerbaijan restaurant is a surprisingly well-decorated [...]

The Manor review – proof that Clapham isn’t just for wankers

[...] for the drearily dull frozen chocolate fondant which suits his rigid personality perfectly. Templeton Peck was far more sensible, choosing the vacherin mont d’or. You don’t get a whole wheel of [...]

Rosa’s Thai Cafe review – Carnaby Street Thai surprise

[...] . First things first Rosa’s gets unsurprisingly busy on and around weekends, but Templeton Peck, Vicious Alabaster, The Squinting Brummie and I managed to grab a table with only a few [...]

Bo Drake review – the Soho Asian barbecue where there’s smoke but no fire

[...] lotus root in the corner. There only ever appears to be one dessert at Bo Drake – soft serve ice cream. It wasn’t face-numbingly cold and, on this occasion, was served with a generous drizzling of [...]

Blue Nile review – a taste of Eritrea in Woolwich

[...] Gums Murphy had never encountered affogato before, an Italian dessert of coffee poured over ice cream. He was therefore far more impressed by Blue Nile’s affogato than I was. The ice cream was [...]

Eating my way around Rome – porchetta, pizza and far too much gelato

[...] . The light cream had a zesty burst courtesy of candied orange. The accompanying pistachio ice cream was merely so-so though. While suitably nutty, it was too icy and lacked the elasticity I’d come [...]

Foxlow review – the Farringdon meat restaurant that’s not St John

[...] by a mildly sweet layer of melted chocolate. On top of that was a massive seam of soft serve ice cream studded with even more popcorn, this time individually dipped in chocolate. Although initially [...]

The best and worst banh mi in London – Vietnamese sandwiches review

[...] coriander and some rather ordinary pickled vegetables. The amusingly-named Coldplay combines thin slices of milky meat loaf and pork belly, but there’s not much of the latter. There is a light [...]

The best and worst tonkotsu ramen in London – Ippudo vs Kanada-Ya vs Bone Daddie...

[...] – it’s delightfully creamy and fatty. The noodles are a bit too soft for my liking, but the thin slices of pork have a hint of fruity sweetness while the bamboo shoots are relatively crisp and the [...]

Portland review – lamb tartare and pickled shiitake on Great Portland Street

[...] . The slivers of duck prosciutto may not look like much, but they’re well worth having. The thin slices were unsurprisingly fatty, dense and meaty with a light hint of saltiness. It’s almost [...]

The best and worst Taiwanese buns in London – Flesh and Buns vs the rest reviewe...

[...] it was still the best meat we had on this visit – it was especially well complimented by thin slices of sharp and sweet pickled apples as well as the wasabi and mustard-based sauce. pork belly [...]

The most popular London restaurants of 2014

[...] Barbecue, banh mi, fine dining and even more barbecue The start of 2015 means a customary look back over 2014 – and [...]

House of Ho review – modern Vietnamese food shakes up Soho?

[...] staff friendly and gracious, but the menu is striking too. There isn’t any pho, banh mi or bun cha here, but more modern, inventive dishes that you won’t find anywhere else. [...]

The best and worst banh mi in London – Vietnamese sandwiches review

[...] condensed milk. I strove to visit every London restaurant, cafe and market stall that serves banh mi during the past couple of months. Since we’re talking about sandwiches here, most of the [...]

Meat People review – Islington zebra, steak and pork

[...] of other diners. Retro. Weekend lunch Despite having a smelly singleton fun nest nearby, The Euro Hedgie had never visited Meat People and accompanied me on my first visit. He skipped starters and [...]

Homeslice review – 20in pizzas whole or by the slice

[...] , so if you’re part of a smaller posse then be prepared to wait or get take out. The Euro Hedgie and I opted for a take away, especially as Homeslice’s dining room was unbearably hot on [...]

Berners Tavern review – looks good and tastes even better

[...] no idea what type of oyster this is. Joining me for this final meal at Berners Tavern was the Euro Hedgie. He was just as taken with the crispy lamb breast and the pork chop as I was on my previous [...]

Clockjack Oven review – Soho rotisserie and fried chicken

[...] Piccadilly Circus. Nonetheless, an otherwise fruitless, ravenous late night wandering with The Euro Hedgie brought me to its welcoming, friendly door. We started off with the chilli wings which weren& [...]

Franco Manca Tottenham Court Road review – West End take away pizza

[...] ’s definitely the case with Franco Manca, the immensely popular seven-branch chain of pizza restaurants. The Tottenham Court Road branch is one of the most central and therefore has long queues [...]

Pizza Pilgrims Dean Street review – Soho pizza van settles down

[...] Soho’s cheeky upstart pizza parlour Soho isn’t short of pizza restaurants, but Pizza Pilgrims has a leg up on its competition. Having started out as a street market [...]

Piccolo Forno review – Soho backstreet pizza

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Homeslice review – 20in pizzas whole or by the slice

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The Manor review – proof that Clapham isn’t just for wankers

[...] to the soft and flaky crab meat. Nothing at The Manor is quite what you expect. Tender yet meaty chunks of cod were made exceptionally moreish by a lightly sour cream which also had a hint of [...]

Franco Manca Tottenham Court Road review – West End take away pizza

[...] thin slices of dried and semi dried chorizo – both were excellent. The thickly sliced, meaty chunks of semi dried chorizo added a gentle, but distinct and flavoursome smokiness to this pizza [...]

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Babaji Pide review – Turkish pizzas hit Soho

[...] and the slightly bitter tannic taste of tea into a refreshing and tasty beverage. Like all the soft drinks, I wish it came in a larger serving. Like a bucket. For once, I don’t have to resort to [...]

Chiltern Firehouse review – sound the alarm, this place is on fire

[...] Opening Hours: call to confirm Reservations: Essential Average cost for one person including soft drinks when shared between two: £72 approx. Rating: ★★★★☆ [...]

Bubba Gump review – cynical tourist trap theme park

[...] days a week 11.30-‘late’. Reservations: yeah, if you want Average cost for one person including soft drinks: £40 approx. Rating: ★★☆☆☆ [...]

Bobo Social review – fussy Fitzrovia burgers

[...] -22.30, closed Sundays. Reservations: highly recommended Average cost for one person including soft drinks: £35 approx. Rating: ★★★☆☆ [...]

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