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Review: Rocket Bishopsgate

Rocket is a lounge bar and pizza restaurant catering to the financial district of Bishopsgate with a delicious menu and exquisite wines. I was at Rocket Bishopsgate with a friend and fellow food writer recently to try their stone baked pizzas. Located on Bishopsgate adjacent to The Broadgate Tower; Rocket has a first floor bar for private hire as well …

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Review: Ergon, London

I was recently at Greek restaurant Ergon to sample their new deli menu. Ergon is fairly new, it’s been around for about five months so a baby in restaurant years but its success is not a surprise. Fuelled by delicious authentic Greek food and an ambitious owner, Ergon is going places. Mostly Europe and then America in early 2015. I …

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Steam – UK’s First Calorie Neutral Restaurant opens for one day only.

Ever wanted to experience what Calorie Neutral dining is all about? Here’s your chance. For one day only, Steam – a pop up Calorie-Neutral restaurant will open in Convent gardens in celebration of Miele’s steam-cooking appliances. Steam is all about proving that steamed foods can be healthy and have flavour as well. Meals will include healthy dishes such as scallop …

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