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Eats and Drinks, London, South

Roast, Borough Market

Usually when I venture to Borough Market, I grab something delicious and tasty from one of the many excellent vendors and stall, munching it down as I take a slow stroll around the halls and then down onto the Southbank to sup a couple of (admittedly overpriced) pints by the river. Last Sunday I broke with tradition and instead, ticked off one of my London restaurant bucket list entries, plumping for a table at Roast. Roast sits above Borough Market, and obtains a lot of produce from the  ...

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Dating, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, West

The Artisan Bistro

Something I love about London is that there’s just so much of it. So many nooks and crannies, neighbourhoods and stretches, corners and creases, each one with its own flavour, attitude and vibe. As a result there’s always a new wedge of the city to explore. One neighbourhood that I have never really ventured into before is Chelsea. I associate it with blow-dried sloaney princesses, and I, with my four-day Batiste Bouffant and my Primark Pumps just don’t seem to be a natural match somehow.  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, West-End

Dinner at Lotus

Before I headed off to the land of glitter and boos/hisses (panto for those non-thesps), I scurried along to a beautiful new Indian restaurant right in the heart of theatreland for some GRUB. Now, I am no stranger to a curry house. I went to University in Birmingham, so we practically lived on the stuff. HECK I’ve even been thrown out of four different curry houses in Selly Oak for being too drunk in slutty fancy dress. But, ahem, that’s another story. Lotus is totally different  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, West-End

BunnyChow

This is a restaurant review. I know exactly what you’re thinking. What in the name of tits is a BunnyChow and why would you name a restaurant that. WELL. Never fear my friends, I am here to educate you in the ways of the Bunny. In laymen’s terms, a ‘bunny’ is not the twitchy-nosed, velvety eared star of Watership Down. No no. Invented in Durban in the 1940s, a ‘bunny’ is a loaf of bread, hollowed out, filled with curry and the ‘lid’ of the  ...

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