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Temecula and Seattle

TweetSince I started selling products manufactured out of a town called Temecula, situated between San Diego and Los Angeles, I’ve come across just one person who’s ever heard of the place, and so I had very limited expectations from a … Continue reading

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8 Hoxton Square, Quality Chop & White Lyan

TweetI’d been keeping an ear to the ground for news on the sister restaurant of 10 Greek Street ever since I heard news that there was to be one. You see, although I quite liked the first, I’d never really … Continue reading

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Blanchette Soho

TweetEvery now and then, a place opens that entices you to embrace it like an old friend, promising very quickly to become a regular haunt. Sager & Wilde last year was immediately one, Duck Soup in the past, Mishkins and … Continue reading

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Bones – Paris

TweetI’m afraid I’m more than a little ignorant when it comes to anything outside of my cosy little world, essentially London, and a particularly small circle of coffee, food and cocktail centric places at that. I sometimes need reminding how … Continue reading

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Sager and Wilde

TweetAmongst the faded, down at the heel backdrop of Hackney Road, with it’s generic blur of dodgy shops, Sager and Wilde has blossomed like a rare, wild flower. Michael and Charlotte Sager-Wilde received unanomous praise for their Shoreditch pop up … Continue reading

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40 Maltby Street and Bar Tozino

TweetOn a blisteringly blustery and snow whipped Saturday the last thing I fancied was a trip to Maltby Street. Blissful as it is to navigate the meandering path of traders creeping increasingly further up towards Terminus Spa on a perfectly … Continue reading

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The London Gin Club at The Star at Night

Tweet Around a year ago The London Gin Club was launched at the Star at Night, right in the centre of the West End, behind Oxford Street and sadly right now slightly obscured by building works. Stars. Gin. With such … Continue reading

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Opera Tavern

TweetDespite knowing it existed and indeed knowing it was good, Opera Tavern suffered at the hands of being practically next door to one of my favourite haunts; Mishkins. If I want easy, casual and friendly dining in Covent Garden I … Continue reading

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Paul A Young at The Folly

Tweet I’ve walked past The Folly many times, usually on my way to Shoreditch or further East (yes, I like to walk), and yet I’ve never entered. It’s one of Drake and Morgans six spacious London restaurant/bars, of which I’ve … Continue reading

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Rita’s Dining

Tweet  Having finally visited Brunswick House Cafe for the first time last Saturday, I followed this up with a trip to Jackson Boxer’s brand new joint Rita’s Dining last Thursday for their pre-opening trial run.  I made the trek (two hours each way … Continue reading

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