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Restaurant Reviews

The Red Lion, Leytonstone - a food review by Paloma Lacey

Restaurant Review: The Red Lion, Leytonstone

The latest opening from the prolific Antic pub group, The Red Lion, once an old fashioned East End boozer, is now a modern pub-cum-restaurant-cum-hotel. But can it deliver on all fronts? 

The Laundry, Brixton, restaurant review by Victoria Purcell | The London Resident

Restaurant Review: The Laundry, Brixton

Brixton has more great independent bars and restaurants than you can shake a stick at. But is there room for one more? There sure is…

Hotel review: Mama Shelter London in Bethnal Green, east London

Restaurant Review: Mama London Boutique Hotel, Bethnal Green

‘Mama loves London but loves you more!’ With tongue-in-cheek graffiti, decor and energy by the bucket load, new boutique hotel Mama London hopes to carve itself out as east London’s hottest new spot. The Resident checks in…

Restaurant Review: Sushi at The Leopard Bar at Rubens at the Palace

Love sushi, sashimi and sake? This hotel opposite the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace has an expert sushi chef to guide you through the freshest of fish

The Great Southern Pub & Kitchen, Gipsy Hill, reviewed by Paloma Lacey

Restaurant Review: The Great Southern Pub & Kitchen, Gipsy Hill

The role of the pub is as important today as it ever was. Whether it’s a quick update on local gossip, somewhere to take the family for a meal or a welcoming place to escape the rigours of family life, a good pub has it all…

Restaurant Review: Bob Bob Cité

With a menu of French classics and a champagne list as long as your arm, Bob Bob Cité might just be your new favourite special occasion restaurant

Park's Edge Bar & Restaurant, Herne Hill: Restaurant review by Victoria Purcell

Restaurant Review: Park’s Edge Bar & Restaurant, Herne Hill

Park’s Edge Bar & Restaurant in Herne Hill combines the best of British and Caribbean flavours, all served up with views over Brockwell Park and great English wines

Maremma, Brixton: A review of Brixton's new Tuscan restaurant

Restaurant Review: Maremma, Brixton

This lovely new restaurant is located on the corner plot once occupied by Montego Bay has one simple goal: to bring the best bits of Maremma in Italy to the forever food-obsessed folk of south London

Next Door fish restaurant review, East Dulwich: The Grilled Rye King Scallops are to die for

Restaurant Review: Next Door by Moxon’s, East Dulwich

Moxon’s has been a name in south London for as long as I can remember. It’s THE place to net yourself (if you’ll excuse the pun) the freshest of fish in Clapham and East Dulwich. And so where better to go to eat the freshest of fish? Next Door, of course

Bun House Soho is an institution for cheap Chinese bao buns to go, and they're delicious

Restaurant Review: Bun House & Wun’s Tea Room, Soho

Wun’s Tea Room is the latest offering from the husband and wife team behind Bun House. We head to Soho to try them both and discover two very different offerings…

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