Restaurant Reviews

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 Wellington Restaurant, London

The Wellington is a club with quite the storied past. Formerly in Knightsbridge, its membership list read like a celebrity who’s who and was famously where Lord Lucan had a final tipple before vanishing.

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Church Road

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

Here the presentation and execution have both been spot-on and the mix of flavours has been subtle yet sophisticated

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Mushroom feast at Carluccio’s

His legacy lives on in his cookbooks and a special seasonal mushroom menu at Carluccio’s, the nationwide restaurant chain which continues to bear his name l

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Terra Terra Italian Restaurant, London

Set over two floors the main restaurant is topside, a smart modern layout with an open bakery at one assaulting us with the arousing aroma of freshly baked bread and Tuscan oil.

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Tredwells, Covent Garden

Despite winning an AA London Restaurant of the Year title, some have praised it as a comfort food haven, others dismissing the place as over-hyped.

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