Babaji Pide Review (First Published on World of Zing)

Call me ignorant, but on hearing the name of a new restaurant in town, Babaji Pide, I instantly assumed I was in for an Indian treat. Pleasantly surprised, this new eatery on Shaftesbury… Continue reading

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Den Review (First Posted on World of Zing)

Japanese food is known to be both super tasty and ultra healthy, so I had high hopes for a delicious meal at Den. Location wise, Den is a bit of a walk from… Continue reading

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Balans Soho Society Review

Balans is the bar that took my Pornstar Martini virginity and it seemed only fitting that it should also do the same to my best friend and dinner partner in crime for the… Continue reading

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Arbina – Taste of Spain

If you are looking for an authentic Spanish restaurant then look no further… Arbina is the kind of place that you can easily spend a whole evening in watching the world go by… Continue reading

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El Patron (first posted on World of Zing)

“Tequilla, it makes me happy,” yes that may be a line from a Terrovision song, but it’s also so very true, as I found out whilst drinking numerous cocktails at El Patron, a… Continue reading

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The Clockhouse – Peckham Rye

Originally posted on Blue Tomato Reviews I have to admit, when I found out that I was to review a pub in Peckham, I wasn’t overly excited.

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Tuscanic Soho (originally posted on Blue Tomato Reviews)

Hidden away on Old Compton Street, is a quiet, unassuming little place with a window display filled with a colourful array of sandwiches and Tuscan delights.

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Hixter Bankside Review

I was lucky enough to stumble across this hidden gem a few days ago and boy am I glad I did! Situated on Great Guilford Street, the place has been open for a… Continue reading

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Inamo Wardour Street – Published on Blue Tomato Reviews

Wardour Street is a food lover’s equivalent of a kid in a sweet shop; perfectly located just away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street shoppers and dozens of dingy Soho drinking… Continue reading

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