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Review: Orient London

Orient London, a new restaurant owned by Chef and hospitality entrepreneur Patrick Cheung recently opened in London’s China Town (16th June, 2015). It’s the 4th restaurant by Cheung who also owns the Mizu Noodle Bars in Suffolk and Essex, and the Aqua Eight Fusion Restaurant and Bar in Ipswich. Orient serves Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine alongside dishes from the northern …

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Bloom Gin cocktails

The Bloom Gin Rooftop Bar @ Vista, Trafalgar Square Opens

In celebration of the wonderful weather in London, BLOOM Gin has opened its BLOOM Gin Rooftop Garden Bar at Vista, Trafalgar Hotel, Trafalgar Square. This brand new pop-up bar will be open from now until September serving a selection of specially created BLOOM Gin floral cocktails in a glorious garden setting – an oasis of eau de nil cushions, flowers …

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healthy dessert

Café Rouge, Kingsway reopens with a flavour fest!

After shutting down for a week to refurbish and refresh its menu, French inspired bistro Café Rouge in Kingsway reopened its doors with a newly created Rejuve menu, wine list and a new traditional Parisian style design. The new Paris Metro theme can be seen and sensed throughout the bistro; from the decadent mirrors and ‘Kingsway’ signage to the décor …

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Briciole Win UK Parma Ham Specialist of the Year 2014

I was at Briciole deli and restaurant in Marylebone recently to celebrate their winning the prestigious title of ‘UK Parma Ham Specialist of the Year 2014’. Briciole was being recognised for its passion for Parma Ham, from its use in their restaurant menu, to selling it freshly sliced in the deli. In recognition, the deli and restaurant was awarded ‘The …

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Valentines day at Corinthia Hotel London

A new take on Valentine’s Day dinner at the Corinthia Hotel London

Valentine’s Day is just round the corner and it’s got me thinking; what do people do these days? Is it still the same old red roses, dinner or romantic getaway? I was at the Corinthia hotel London recently where they’ll be bringing in renowned graphologist Emma Bache to read / analyse couple’s handwriting to determine their compatibility on February 14th. …

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Franco Manca pizza review

My Love – Hate Relationship With Franco Manca

My feelings about Franco Manca can been summed up in one sentence; ‘great pizza, terrible set up.’ I was introduced to the pizza chain late 2014 by an Italian friend who said ‘it was the best pizza in London.’ So naturally I had to check it out. My first visit to Franco Manca, Brixton was a shock. The queue and …

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Risotto with fennel and walnuts roasted squid at Hotel Xenia London

Evoluzione Restaurant, Hotel Xenia

Last month, I was part of the selected few invited by London hotel Xenia to preview the city hotel after a £100 million refurbishment. And to sample the dishes from the hotel’s Evoluzione Restaurant headed by Michelin Star awarded Italian chef Andrea Angeletti. As far as city hotels go, Xenia is perfectly located near the busy green park area in …

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PIZZA ROSA IS HERE!

The public has spoken and it backed it up with support through crowd funding making Italian gourmet-quality pizza al taglio, Pizza Rossa a reality. PIZZA ROSSA opens its doors today! Located at 4-12 Whittington Avenue, corner of Leadenhall St at Leadenhall Market, Pizza Rossa’s first London pop up will be catering to busy City workers with no time for a …

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Sharing plates at Spaghetti House

Spaghetti House has introduced a new menu! It’ll be based on a new featured local produce each month to create three specials throughout that month. So naturally, I was back at the original spaghetti House which started the entire chain in 1955 with other food writers to sample a menu based on May’s featured produce – the asparagus. June’s will …

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Review: La polenteria

Polenta, God’s gift to the gluten free brigade and Italy’s secret staple finally has its own restaurant in London. Well, Polenta isn’t such a secret only that the rest of the world are more aware of pizza and pasta when it comes to Italian cuisine than they are of polenta. Anyway, the corn flower power house was tipped as one …

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