• Craft, North Greenwich

    Up until Craft opened, there was absolutely no prospect of an interestingly good meal by the O2 Arena. I mean,… Keep Reading

  • Tozi, Victoria

    For some of us, it’s difficult to visit a restaurant without having read at least one review first. There’s nothing… Keep Reading

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Bao, Soho

After hearing Ben and Philip fantasise for months about going, I was pretty pleased with myself for making it to Bao before them. A Taiwanese steamed bun restaurant that started life as a stand at the street food collective Kerb, Bao has quickly built a reputation as one of London’s most popular restaurants, with a long queue… Keep Reading

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Chick ‘n Sours, Dalston

For most of my life I didn’t believe people who said that they preferred brown chicken meat to the white stuff. To me, the thighs and legs were greasy, fatty offcuts that you ate with a roast chicken to remind yourself that, like all good things, the breast and skin came with a price tag.… Keep Reading

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Som Saa, London Fields

Som Saa tried its hardest to stop me from eating there. When I first tried going back in May it turned out to be closed for a private party, and ended up at the disappointing (and expensive) Rita’s instead. After a few months of sulking I decided to try again. This time, Som Saa turned an “hour… Keep Reading

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