Restaurant Reviews from Foodepedia

  • Korova

    Thursday June 15th, 2017

    A Modern European restaurant in North London that served me a great final meal ahead of my impending switch to being a Vegan.

  • STK -London Review

    Monday June 12th, 2017

    STK does what it does well, it’s not a classic steakhouse it’s next generation and aimed squarely at a specific target market. The prices are on the high side, this special deal aside, but that is part of the attraction - it keeps out the backpackers and street food fans.

  • Leicester Square Kitchen

    Friday June 2nd, 2017

    Following the success of May Fair Kitchen and Monmouth Kitchen, Leicester Square Kitchen is the third restaurant from Edwardian Hotels. Based in the center of London, it offers contemporary small dishes based on the unique, vibrant and fresh flavours of Mexico and Peru.

  • The Old Brewery

    Monday May 29th, 2017

    It has a brewing history dating back 350 years, and once supplied the Royal Hospital’s Pensioners with their three-pints-a-day ration, now Young’s has reinvented The Old Brewery in Greenwich.

  • Curveball Restaurant

    Saturday May 27th, 2017

    Curveball certainly has confidence; its web address is plural already. Nick finds that the first one to open has done its homework on what youngish Balhamites will like to eat.

  • Offal Good at Platform 1

    Tuesday May 23rd, 2017

    Anyone who is brave enough to create a three course meal entirely from offal and make it taste good is clearly passionate about what they do, and Chloe looks forward to seeing what they come up with next. 

  • 64 Degrees, Brighton

    Monday May 15th, 2017

    In 2013, former Food for Friends and Due South head chef Michael Bremner, created this humble restaurant. Initially, a pop-up eatery, it quickly evolved into a creative venue for chefs to experiment with daily changing menus.

  • Food for Friends with good friends.

    Sunday May 14th, 2017

    In the UK's crowded vegetarian capital, it takes a lot to pull something original, adventurous and tasty out of the proverbial nose bag. Beena Nadeem discovers just how Brighton's old-timer Food for Friends manages to serve just that, years after it first opened. 

  • Food with friends at Food for Friends

    Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

    In a market which is almost saturated with vegetarian offerings, Brighton's 'original veggie' restaurant remains, even after decades, a beacon among the best of its kind. 

  • Barbecoa Piccadilly Review

    Thursday April 20th, 2017

    Barbecoa Piccadilly is Jamie Oliver’s original Barbecoa restaurant reimagined

  • Tamarind Kitchen Review

    Sunday April 16th, 2017

    The new Tamarind Kitchen takes simple dishes and serves them up with a classy spin for relaxed eating at affordable prices.

  • That's What I Do

    Monday April 10th, 2017

    ‘That’s What I Do’, is the latest restaurant from Peter Ilic, a man with a reputation for doing things differently if not a little perversely. With food this good, says Nick, he can do whatever he wants.

  • The Dead Dolls House

    Monday April 10th, 2017

    Mike Fairbrass feasts on fun at The Dead Dolls House.

  • Kimchee Pancras Square

    Thursday April 6th, 2017

    Korean zen in buzzing King’s Cross? Who’d have thought it. Annabelle Hood picks up her golden chopsticks and umms and aaahs over the menu.

  • Swan At The Globe

    Tuesday April 4th, 2017

    To beef or not to beef? Pleasant choices await Mike Fairbrass in the Swan At The Globe.

  • Ecco Restaurant, Zurich

    Friday March 31st, 2017

    One of Zurich’s two Michelin starred restaurant reflects the best of Swiss culture perfectly: it’s all very Swiss. Beena Nadeem and her ketchup and caviar-loving daughter check out Ecco’s non-starchy approach to contemporary fine dining.

  • Shoryu Ramen

    Tuesday March 28th, 2017

    If all you want is a decent bowl of tonkotsu ramen with a Dirty Lychee Martini, Shoryu Ramen is an enjoyable night. 

  • The Oxford Blue, Windsor Berkshire

    Monday March 27th, 2017

    After an 18-month restoration, The Oxford Blue, which has served as a public house since 1829, has been elevated almost overnight to a culinary icon in the unassuming back roads surrounding Windsor Great Park.

  • Maman Le Mot review

    Monday March 20th, 2017

    You haven't got much time left to play the part of a secret agent in occupied France, read agent Tom's account and then book. He will say zees only once!

  • Brick And Liquor

    Sunday March 19th, 2017

    Who needs central London? It's coming to a neighbourhood near you, says Mike.