Restaurant Reviews from July 2015

July 2015 Restaurant Reviews Archive from Foodepedia

  • Bocconcino

    Tuesday July 28th, 2015

    A Russian owned  Italian restaurant in Mayfair pleasantly suprises Nick with the quality of its food

  • Rabot 1745

    Monday July 27th, 2015

    Danielle Woodward discovers that chocolate isn't just for those with a sweet tooth at Hotel Chocolat's restaurant, Rabot 1745

  • South Place Hotel - 3 Spice Place

    Sunday July 26th, 2015

    3 Spice Place is a neat little idea from a neat, and not so little, hotel. You're getting quality for your pound here, before you even eat. The restaurant is a cool, chic, modernist slab of black tiles, highly polished floors and sparklingly clean glasses.

  • The Fellow

    Sunday July 26th, 2015

    I'd definitely return to sample that in the future at this friendly, lively welcoming spot in King's Cross - The Fellow is a jolly good one!

  • Tapas at El Pirata of Mayfair

    Tuesday July 21st, 2015

    Having opened in 1994, El Pirata is a bit of a find that is definitely standing the test of time. You can enjoy your meal upstairs or downstairs in the restaurant, at the bar or even at a few al fresco tables outside and, if you’re overwhelmed with the choices, there are two set menus available for £17.35 or £21.95 per person.

  • Balans Westfield

    Thursday July 16th, 2015

    Balans is the bar that took my Pornstar Martini virginity and it seemed only fitting that it should also do the same to my best friend and dinner partner in crime for the night too.

  • La Ferme London

    Tuesday July 14th, 2015

    A French delicatessen in Clerkenwell that started out as two guys on a market stall. Awesome.

  • InSpiral Cafe

    Tuesday July 14th, 2015

    nSpiral in Camden is the first fully vegan restaurant that I’ve visited and I loved it. I’d go again, if I were ever in Camden. Better go buy some goth-black skinny jeans and practice me Norf Landan slang, innit.

  • Fu Manchu, Clapham North

    Monday July 13th, 2015

    Fu Manchu was a Chinese master criminal who, since his appearance in cult books written by Sax Rohmer in the early 20th century, has turned up in numerous films, TV programmes, comic books, radio shows and even inspired an eighties American rock band. It’s also the name of this new this year late night venue.

  • IDDU - South Kensington

    Monday July 13th, 2015

    Down in South Kensington, Nik finds that restaurants still have the edge on any virtual reality headset - transporting you from the streets of West London to the alleyways of Palermo in a single bite.

  • Crab Tavern

    Sunday July 5th, 2015

    The Soft Shell Crab Burger was exactly as it sounds: two soft shell crabs served - one piggy-backing the other - in a bun. They were cooked in a batter (which was slightly on the salty side - although  it worked with the moist bun, cress and rocket) and served whole - shell an’ all. A refreshing variation on the stalwart burger,

  • Hook fish restaurant, Brixton

    Sunday July 5th, 2015

    I liked Hook; the food was fine and had me gaffed and landed no problem. You can’t stop gentrification, and few really want to if we are truly honest, but places like Hook offer something affordable and high quality as the relentless onward middle class invasion continues

  • The Plantation, Poole

    Wednesday July 1st, 2015

    The South Coast beckons for Nik and he heads to that part of the English Riveria that is Poole in Dorset, to sample the delights on offer at The Plantation.