Monthly Archives: September 2010

St John Bread and Wine – Spitalfields

I’ve been putting off writing about St John Bread and Wine because of the absolute massive task it has inevitably become. It was my friend Martin’s birthday. He’s a foodie, works in the business and has an affinity for St … Continue reading

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The Warrington (second visit) – Maida Vale

The Warrington is a gorgeous pub. Decked out with thick carpets, rich mosaics and stained glass, the place looks like it’s straight out of a movie. It’s also local to me – so local that upon walking in earlier this … Continue reading

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Restaurant a la Cruz (Septima wine tasting) – Exmouth Market

It’s really tough having a food blog when you’re on a diet. Ever since Barcelona a few weeks ago, I’ve been watching what I eat. It’s been a horrible low carb, no dessert, no alcohol few weeks. Rubbish, in other … Continue reading

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Mosaica at the Factory – Wood Green

I’d bet a fortune that most Londoners (save for the ones that live near it) have never heard of Mosaica at the Factory. I wouldn’t blame them one bit. First off, it’s in Wood Green. Second, it’s in the middle … Continue reading

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Beach Blanket Babylon – Shoreditch

Beach Blanket Babylon looks like someone took a beach hut, decked it in black chandeliers and velvet, and decided that it somehow warranted charging £11 for a drink. It’s the sort of place that tries really hard to be good, … Continue reading

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Bejoy Tandoori – Bounds Green

There’s a place – a little, unassuming Indian restaurant in Bounds Green (an area in London which I’ve found most people have never heard of. Hint: one stop north of Wood Geen on the Piccadilly line). The boy lives way … Continue reading

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