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ANGLO@TRADE Soho

20/01/2020 by .

Restaurant kitchens are pretty hostile places at the best of times, but head chef Anthony Raffo might just have one of the most stressful.

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The Tasting Menu At Paschoe House, Devon

14/01/2020 by .

Miyako Restaurant, London

08/01/2020 by .

Given that good food and railway stations go hand in hand in Japan, Miyako, tucked into a small space next to London’s Liverpool Street station, would be right at home in its country of origin.

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The Wellington Restaurant, London

10/12/2019 by .

The small nondescript black door squeezed between two tailor shops in Jermyn Street was hardly the introduction I was expecting to the legendary Wellington Club, a membership institution since 1832.

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Church Road

02/12/2019 by .

With all the good restaurants in central London, a neighbourhood eatery has to be something special to attract outsiders onto an Overground and a bus to join the chattering classes during the dinner hour. 

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Pomona’s Restaurant, Notting Hill

15/10/2019 by .

It doesn’t happen very often that restaurants exceed expectations but Chef Ruth Hansom’s cooking does exactly that.

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Mushroom feast at Carluccio’s

11/10/2019 by .

November marks the anniversary of the death of Antonio Carluccio, the legendary Italian chef who made Britons take mushrooms seriously.

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Terra Terra Italian Restaurant, London

10/10/2019 by .

North-west London’s Finchley Road has never quite made its mind up. On one hand, it’s a sprawling main road of coffee bars, apartment buildings, launderettes and offices and on the other, it flirts with the well-heeled of Hampstead and Swiss Cottage.

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Tredwells, Covent Garden

01/09/2019 by .

Critics have differed wildly over Tredwells, a Marcus Wareing-badged eatery in the Theatreland foodie enclave of Seven Dials.

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Studio Olafur Eliasson Kitchen at Tate Modern

01/09/2019 by .

     I was expecting a bowl of sunshine brimming with steam in homage to the yellow fog tunnel which is the star turn of Olufor Eliasson’s show at Tate Modern, but the carrot soup kicking off the special menu created for the gallery’s Terrace Bar was actually bright orange. 

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