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Holborn Dining Room

16/02/2018 by .

Friday night and the Holborn Dining Room is heaving. Not at all bad for High Holborn, an area traditionally reserved either for late night drinkers from the outer reaches of the legal profession or office workers heading for Holborn tube on the daily grind home.

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Hankies Marble Arch

31/01/2018 by .

This leafy corner of London, between Oxford Street and Edgware Road, has quietly become an enclave of fashionable hotels and restaurants. The Georgian mews, crescents and squares here are far enough away from the hookah restaurants and shoppers to offer a bijou clutch of boutique properties and hidden gems living in peaceful harmony.

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Moo Krata Thai BBQ and Hot Pot

22/01/2018 by .

Any lovers of a good Korean barbecue or a Thai hot pot will simply get the best of both worlds here. Moo Krata is the brainchild of Thai restaurant entrepreneur Fah Sundravorakul, whose Shuang Shuang hot pot restaurant on London’s Shaftesbury Avenue has been causing a bit of a stir, if you’ll forgive the pun.

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Bass and Lobster Food House

22/12/2017 by .

You know Gorey, even if you’ve never been there. It is Jersey’s go-to visual image for brochures and postcards, a picturesque crescent of traditional fishing-boat harbour with a backdrop of castle and green hills. So, the Bass and Lobster, informally named not as a restaurant but a Food House, located in Gorey, has the dream location.

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Flora Indica

15/11/2017 by .

Tucked away on London’s fashionable Old Brompton Road (some might even call it Chelsea)  just a short stroll from Earl’s Court station, Flora Indica is so introvert you might mistake it for one of those curious old book shops. Not a bad analogy really as its name is taken from a book by botanist Joseph Hooker, once the grand fromage of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew.

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The Grand Trunk Road Restaurant

05/10/2017 by .

The Grand Trunk Road may be one of Asia’s oldest and longest roads at 2,500 kilometres stretching from Kabul in Afghanistan to Chittagong in Bangladesh. But now it has a spur running through London’s leafy South Woodford in the shape of Grand Trunk Road restaurant.

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