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Eating in Dordogne, France

11/06/2020 by .

The Dordogne, with its fairy tale castles, perched precariously on limestone cliffs, and picturesque medieval villages has long been the haunt of the British.

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Bustronome Voyage Gourmand, London

We had just rounded Trafalgar Square when the cheese was triumphantly delivered. A brie with a very tasty pear cooked in balsamic vinegar.

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Hans’ Bar & Grill, Chelsea

In a welcome nod to old fashioned fine-dining theatre, Enrico carved the chateaubriand tableside, plating it with loving care alongside a grilled portobello mushroom and a generous square of crispy dauphinoise potato.

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Boodle Fight – RAPSA @ 100 Hoxton, London

Of course, we go for the Full Boodle and it’s served on a banana leaf board, filling the table. Frankly there’s a lot of food and the waitress guides us round the different dishes. 

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ANGLO@TRADE Soho

ANGLO@TRADE is a new residency for Mark Jarvis’s ANGLO Restaurant within TRADE Soho. Owned by restaurateurs and Master Sommeliers Xavier Rousset and Gerald Devaney,

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The Tasting Menu At Paschoe House, Devon

No surprise that enthusiastic foodies are heading for the restaurant of this boutique hotel set in a quiet green corner of
Devon.

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Miyako Restaurant, London

Despite first appearances, this is no hole in the wall noodle shop, but a restaurant dispensing the finer food for which the country is famous, from top-grade sushi and sashimi to light-as-a-feather tempura.

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