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French

The Square: Stuffy but consistently good food

The Square headed by Phillip Howard has been serving up a fine dining experience for over 20 years in London’s Bruton Street. Bearing two Michelin stars the restaurant unquestionably provides well-presented and commendable cuisine in one sense, indeed it has a barrel load of critical acclaim, but it’s a trifle boring. Howard is also co-owner ...
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British

Lamberts Restaurant does local produce with aplomb

I’m currently growing weary of fusion cuisine for a variety of reasons and it with great expectation that I enter the premises of Lamberts, with a proud proclamation of providing British locally sourced, seasonal food. I wish more restaurants would choose one thematic and stick to it rather than endeavouring to wow diners with partially ...
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American

Niche Food and Drink: Bring on brunch

Modern British bakery and cafe Niche Food and Drink, a mere stones throw away from Angel tube station doesn’t have an easy job inhabiting an area lined with established eateries, but does deliver tasty inexpensive breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners cooked from scratch. It’s fairly quiet on a Sunday afternoon at midday. Their weekend brunch ...
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Italian

Cassis Bistro: High Street Honey?

Cassis Bistro located along London’s Brompton Road is a subtle, slick and stylishly designed restaurant inspired by Provencale cuisine. The focus is on ingredients sourced locally and from the Mediterranean. You immediately feel relaxed as you enter the restaurant, which has a very laid back vibe. There is nothing ostentatious or stuffy and this simplicity ...
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French

The Ledbury: Top of the league?

I’ve heard great things about The Ledbury – a two-star multi award-winning Michelin restaurant in Notting Hill established by Brett Graham, who began his cooking career in Australia and subsequently worked under the auspices of acclaimed chefs before opening his own restaurant in 2005. The critics love The Ledbury and almost every one I’ve spoken ...
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French

Alynn Williams at The Westbury: A Mixed Bag

Located a stones-throw away from Oxford Circus, The Westbury is a five-star luxury hotel originally established in 1955, with a contemporary feel and ideal location for exploring London. It’s dining area plays host to food fare from Alyn Williams, a chef lauded for producing innovative menus for carnivores and vegetarians alike. Alyn Williams spent six ...
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