Restaurant Reviews from Foodepedia

  • Sakagura Izakaya Menu Review

    Tuesday January 16th, 2018

    Sakagura, in the heart of central London is celebrating its first anniversary by launching a brand-new izakaya-style (casual) menu inspired by the drinking houses of Japan.

  • Bottomless Weekends at Hanger And Cellar Review

    Thursday January 11th, 2018

    Hanger & Cellar, located in the heart of Fulham, has introduced its own take on bottomless weekends – with a Saturday bottomless brunch and a bottomless Malbec Sunday roast.

  • Imperial Durbar Tooting Review

    Friday December 29th, 2017

    Tooting Bec is coming up and this is just the kind of watering hole it deserves.

  • Cut And Grind Burgers

    Tuesday December 12th, 2017

    Nick only buys himself one burger a year, so it has to be a good one.

  • La Tagliata Restaurant

    Saturday December 2nd, 2017

    An up-market Italian that creates simple, classy food in a warm environment

  • Brunch at Chop Bloc

    Monday November 27th, 2017

    Steak and grill house Chop Bloc has brought back its brunch menu with a punch. Overseen by Head Chef, Antonio Lopez Rocha, the menu has been developed to showcase the creativity, and diverse nature of brunch.

  • Nouvelle Scouse at Ropewalks, Liverpool

    Monday November 27th, 2017

    It was traditionally made with fatty scraps and crumbled ship's biscuits, Foodepedia discovers what Liverpool scouse tastes like in 2017.

  • Victory Mansion

    Wednesday November 22nd, 2017

    Gabriella tucks into tiny tacos at the Stoke Newington stalwart.

  • An all-female drinks list hits Brixton’s The Courtesan

    Monday November 20th, 2017

    We popped along to sample their new wine and spirit list, which is exclusively populated by drinks produced or owned by women, in honour of the legendary courtesans of ancient China, and the history and tradition of the stories that they told.

  • Yamagoya The Cut

    Thursday November 16th, 2017

    ‘Where were you in the Great Ramen Craze, daddy?’ Sitting on the sidelines shaking my head in disbelief, actually. But now peace has returned and we can all enjoy a warming bowl.

  • Uni London

    Tuesday November 7th, 2017

    Slightly suspicious of the concept but bowled over by the execution, Giles tells us why, whatever age we are, we should still go to Uni.

  • The Stoke House

    Monday October 16th, 2017

    If you tend to sway more on the carnivorous side, then you will be in for a treat at The Stoke House, but the daily special salad bowls are the secret star of the show.

  • Golden Dragon restaurant at Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall

    Monday October 16th, 2017

    Forget set menus and crispy duck, there’s something spicy being cooked up at North London’s new Asian food hall.

  • The Great Hop Expedition

    Monday October 16th, 2017

    Gabriella hops on a traditional Routemaster on a trip to discover Young’s Brewery’s past and present

  • The Localist Review

    Monday October 16th, 2017

    ‘Are you...local?’ Well The Localist is certainly local to those of you in Farringdon and Nick reckons why go any further?

  • Jamie's 5 - Dishes at Jamie's Italian

    Thursday October 12th, 2017

    From Jamie’s Fifteen to Jamie’s 5, the nation’s favourite chef has cut down on recipe ingredients for his new TV show and now brought the dishes to his restaurants

  • The Greek Larder

    Saturday September 30th, 2017

    Nick goes Greek in Kings Cross and finds a cheerful all-day eatery delivering crowd-pleasing food at a fair price.

  • Rosa’s Thai Café new Southern Thailand menu

    Wednesday September 27th, 2017

    Nick feels the heat of Rosa’s Thai Café new Southern Thailand menu

  • Boki

    Wednesday September 20th, 2017

    Opened in August 2017, Boki blends the quality coffee industry experience with excellence in food and drink and a passion for design.

  • Normandie Menu, Galvin At Windows

    Saturday September 16th, 2017

    It’s a Norman Conquest with the special set lunch at Galvin at Windows, finds Nick.