We all know I love Spanish tapas, find out how I thought Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch stacked up in my latest review.
TraTra means a mix of traditional and contemporary in French. Offering a variety of sharing style plates, read my review to see if TraTra restaurant in the Boundary Hotel in Shoreditch managed to pull off this mix.
Smokestak have a reputation as being one of London’s best BBQ restaurants, but is it deserved? Read No Mean Feast’s review of Smokestak, Shoreditch to find out.
Offshoot of two Michelin starred Le Taillevent in Paris, Les 110 de Taillevent offers an extensive selection of wines and Parisian dining in Central London. Read No Mean Feast’s full review here.
Everyone loves pizza, right? London has no shortage of wonderful pizzerias – see what I thought of Pizza East Shoreditch in this review.
Read No Mean Feast’s review of afternoon tea at The Wallace Collection, 25 galleries of fine art just off Oxford Street.
London is getting more and more Izakaya style eateries. Click here to read No Mean Feast’s review of relaxed Japanese drinking food restaurant Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden.
It may be perfectly situated for walks in Hainault & Epping Forests, but is The King William IV worth a visit? Read my review here.
With London currently undergoing somewhat of a pasta revolution, see how Flour & Grape stacks up.
Somewhat of a London institution for meat eaters, see if Hawksmoor Spitalfield restaurant lived up to the hype in No Mean Feast’s review.