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  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Xier, London – A feast for the eyes and tastebuds

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | Xier, London – A feast for the eyes and tastebuds

    ★★★★★ | Xier, Marylebone, London Behind the frosted glass windows and the outdoor flowers around the entrance is Xier – a restaurant that is a feast for the eyes and the taste buds – a feast so unlike any other I have ever eaten. Entering the cosy looking restaurant on Thayer Street in Marelybone, we […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Bōkan, London

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | Bōkan, London

    ★★★★ | Bōkan, London Three floors of great food, drinks, and a spectacular view is what Bōkan is all about. Located across the water from the Heron Quays DLR stop in the Southwestern section of Canary Wharf, Bōkan is on top of the Novotel hotel building – it’s a bit hard to find and a […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | STK Restaurant, London

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | STK Restaurant, London

    STK is very friendly, with stylish decor, and the steak is just delicious!

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Brasserie of Light, London

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | Brasserie of Light, London

    ★★★★★ | Brasserie of Light, London The second you walk into Brasserie of Light, (the recently opened restaurant in Selfridges) you are wowed. And the wows don’t stop there. Located on the east side 1st flr of the building in a space that used to be a loading bay, Brasserie of Light is not just […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | The Swan, London

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | The Swan, London

    The Swan is a fantastic restaurant in a convenient location offering great views, amazing value, delicious food in a superb and cosy environment.

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Iron Bloom, London

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | Iron Bloom, London

    ★★★★★ | Iron Bloom, London Iron Bloom restaurant in Shoreditch is easy to walk right past, not knowing it’s there. Well, don’t walk past, go straight in! Iron Bloom, on Great Eastern Street, in one of the trendiest parts of London, is recognisable only by its beautiful chandelier in the large front window. Next to […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | 28-50 Wine Workshop And Kitchen, London

    It’s just about perfect. Whether you want a full-blown meal with wine pairing or if you just want to sit at the bar and have a glass of wine or two, 28-50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen is the perfect place.

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Nirvana Kitchen, London

    ★★★★★ | Nirvana Kitchen, London The definition of Nirvana is to be in a transcendental state – and that’s pretty much what happens to you in a visit to a restaurant called Nirvana Kitchen. Located just minutes away from Marble Arch and nestled in a very quiet residential street, and attached to the very posh […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Stuzzico, London

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | Stuzzico, London

    ★★★★ | Stuzzico, London Do you want to eat food and drink wine that is authentic to the Puglia region of Southern Italy? Then Stuzzico is the place for you. Tucked away in a section of London called Connaught Village, steps away from Marble Arch and the Middle Eastern restaurants of Edgeware Road, Stuzzico, as […]

  • REVIEW | The Luggage Room at the Grosvenor Square Hotel

    Pre-WW2 Grosvenor Square (GS) was considered one of the four most uber-cool hangouts in the Old Smoke – receiving its name from the reigning Duke of Westminster (1700-32) Sir Richard Grosvenor, who kicked off the square’s construction around 1721. In the 1920s GS was a playground for the ‘Bentley Massive’: Tim Birkin, Bernard Rubin, Woolf […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | The Laughing Gravy

    ★★★★ | The Laughing Gravy A restaurant with a funny name sits between Southwark tube stop and Elephant & Castle – it’s The Laughing Gravy. Blackfriars Road is a bit of a restaurant no man’s land. Right near Southwark Tube station is the excellent upscale Polish restaurant Baltic, and then a few blocks south is […]

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