Review: An Evening of Meat, The Vaults London

It’s not often I find myself with a half naked woman feeding me pancetta, bent on all fours atop a dining table, but it does happen. Most recently at the literal feast of femininity known as An Evening of Meat. The Evening, equal parts immersive theatre and supper club, first tickled my tastebuds with promising…

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Margarita Rumble with Jose Cuervo

I’m about to reveal the best margarita in London, y’all. Strap in. This is a story about a woman (hey, there) who did all the ground work so your liver doesn’t have to. Well, myself, Margarita Rumble, and Jose Cuervo. The Rumble, now in its second year, is a day-long competition where expert mixologists from…

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In Review: Galvin at the Anthenaeum, London

Let’s cut to the chase here; the under-appreciated Galvin at the Athenaeum may not have Michelin stars of its own, but it has knocked some of my more recent Michelin-starred meals out of the park. The sophisticated hotel’s ground-floor Galvin is the brain child of chef brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin (who you may recognise…

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In Review: Pomonas, London

California has, without a doubt, been one of the most consistent food destinations I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. My last trip to LA alone felt like a constant stream of fresh, innovative and health-conscious delights. When ‘neighbourhood’ restaurant Pomonas suggested their new menu could offer the same in its impossibility rich London…

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In Review: Alcotraz, London

It’s time I talked about my stint in the clink. The CliffsNotes version of the story? I’ve considered leading a life of cocktail-intended crime ever since I escaped the joint. For my two-hour sentence, Alcotraz Penitentiary huddled a room of booze-smuggling strangers together to bring our respective Orange Is The New Black/Shawshank/Bad Girls dreams to…

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In Review: L’ami Malo, London

As a food writer I am quick to respond to restaurant suggestion demands across every corner of London, but Liverpool Street has always stumped me. While there are the obvious choices, great independents are swamped by chains and nondescript watering holes until you get closer to Shoreditch. New restaurant L’ami Malo is an exception to…

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