Restaurant Reviews from August 2014

August 2014 Restaurant Reviews Archive from Foodepedia

  • Chakra. Notting Hill

    Wednesday August 27th, 2014

    Prices are, as to be expected, higher than average but so is the cooking and the folks who live on the Hill can afford it after all. If I lived up there, I’d definitely be back to try somemore of what’s on the menu.

  • MasQMenos

    Friday August 22nd, 2014

    A Spanish eat-in delicatessen smack in the middle of Holborn where you can grab and go or take your time. Either way, the food is great.

  • The Bunk Inn, Berkshire

    Thursday August 21st, 2014

    While The Bunk Inn is maybe an hour’s drag from London, for anyone passing this should be a scheduled stop. With well-balanced flavours and a delightful presentation carried through every dish, you might find yourself taking a room, waiting for breakfast, and perhaps staying again for lunch

  • The Old Passage, Gloucester

    Thursday August 21st, 2014

    Fish on the menu but Nik finds no tastes to really get his teeth into.

  • The May Fair Kitchen

    Tuesday August 19th, 2014

    Great meat, fantastic fish, huge amounts of side dishes & sauces...and one gigantic battle with a humongous prawn

  • The Typing Room

    Monday August 11th, 2014

    Joel Porter goes all QWERTY over The Typing Room, a place striking all the right fashionable keys

  • The Rajdoot Tandoori

    Monday August 11th, 2014

    An excellent Indian restaurant where friendly service and authentic dishes are paramount

  • Brinner at Brew, Wandsworth

    Friday August 8th, 2014

    Emma tried breakfast for lunch at Brew, the south London cafe chain where you can have any meal at any time of the day.

  • The Bayou Soul

    Friday August 8th, 2014

    The menu at Bayou is fairly broad. Gumbo, jambalaya, chicken, steaks, burgers, and a whole range of smoked dishes and New Orlean’s cooking. They could probably cut out the steaks and burgers.

  • The Everyman Theatre Bistro

    Wednesday August 6th, 2014

    A locally loved bistro in a legendary theatre. 

  • Honey & Co

    Tuesday August 5th, 2014

    Much has been made by critics of the ‘love’ that goes into the cooking at Honey and Co and it’s easy to see why. The food isn’t complex in terms of technique or presentation, it just tastes very, very good.