Henrietta Bistro: A Review

The 18-bed boutique townhouse, Henrietta Hotel in the heart of Covent Garden is also home to a bistro of its namesake. Head chef Sylvain Roucayrol, Perpignan-born, brings to this bijou…

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Frog by Adam Handling Covent Garden restaurant

Ever since Adam Handling opened his first restaurant The Frog E1, I’ve been hankering after his food. You could say life has majorly got in the way of my food…

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Eneko at One Aldwych Hotel: Modern Basque dining

As evenings go, this one was quite diverse. It started in a disused tube station called South Kentish Town, closed in 1924 and now home to Mission: Breakout, a war…

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Margot: Italian elegance in Covent Garden

It’s amazing what happens when you decide to start writing a blog. Virtual friends unexpectedly turn into real ones, whom you meet for the first time at Margot, a glamorous Italian…

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Bronte restaurant review – Stylishly eating around the world in Trafalgar Square

One thing I never expected and I’ve loved since I started blogging is the community which engulfs you. In these last few months the blogging community has provided me endless…

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Tredwell’s – Lunching in Seven Dials, Covent Garden

I never say no to a bargain, particularly when it comes in the form of food, glorious food. A catch-up with my ex Ealing housemates came in the guise of…

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Talli Joe – Half plates and cocktails | a London Indian restaurant

A new restaurant on Shaftesbury Avenue is cutting against the grain of the usual fare seen on the Indian restaurant circuit. Bringing a world of exciting flavours and dishes through a…

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Circus London – Roll up! Roll up!

If you’re expecting clown shoes, daring tightrope walkers or the bearded lady you may be disappointed. The entertainment at this pan Asian restaurant comes in the form of an eclectic…

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