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Cafes

Mother’s Milk: Only coffee and above average

It’s a strange concept to diminish your own skills for profit but that’s what Mother’s Milk do, offering only average coffee in an assuredly small pocket sized space off of Regent Street in Little Portland Place. Founders Will and James, formely two well established baristas promise on the website ‘alright expresso in an already saturated ...
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Breakfast

KIN Cafe: Fresh, honest food and great coffee

Fitzrovia newbie KIN Cafe has only been open three months and is already garnering a loyal following due to is great coffee blends, which are regularly rotated and currently feature Roundhill Roastery, a lovely, mellow coffee blend, which they create a beautifully creamy flat white and cappuccino with, and they’re good selection of healthy, fresh ...
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Diners

BRGR.Co Soho: Sterling Burgers in London’s Capital

The American diner trend is ever expanding with Michelin chefs even opening outlets across London to tailor to our more modern palate and soup up the greasy offerings we’re used to from typical fast food outlets. Jumping on the bandwagon, BGRR.Co is another similar concept located in Wardour Street in the heart of Soho, a ...
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Michelin

Texture Restaurant: One of London’s Best Michelins

I am initially dubious of Texture restaurant before visiting because the title suggests that something will be lacking elsewhere if ‘texture’ is the primary focus. I was however pleasantly surprised by this Michelin starred restaurant with European and Scandinavian influences and a great sense of precision in presentation and delivery of exceptional cuisine. Staff are ...
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Italian

Latium Restaurant: Charming and palate pleasing Italian cuisine

Fitzrovia based Latium Restaurant has a warm inviting atmosphere with mixed clientele and an extensive, appealing, regional Italian menu. Opposite The Sanderson this 55 seat minimalist restaurant is bustling with city workers at lunch-time, a refreshing change from many of the deserted venues I’ve frequented just past noon. I’m clearly not the only fan. Wooden ...
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Cafes

Tibits Review: Vegetarian food on the go

Vegetarian food has come a long way since the archetypal image of carrot munching, sandal wearing tree hugging hippies and London plays host to a variety of high-quality veggie restaurants and cafes. Tibits, located a stones throw away from Oxford Circus tube station, provides a pay by weight system that allows you to choose from ...
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Breakfast

The Riding House Cafe: Underwhelming Eggs

The Riding House Cafe is a brasserie with a busy trade run by the team behind Bermondsey’s Garrison. This busy gastro-pub style venue is located in Soho and offers a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner items, including standard bog fare such as granola and full English breakfast, along with some other more continental inspired dishes, ...
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