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What’s on around Clapham August 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

We love August in this area – if it’s hot, we can just chill out on Clapham Common and if it’s a typical British summer there are still plenty of events, fab restaurants, cafés and bars in Clapham to keep us entertained! What’s New Brick and Liquor is a new cocktail bar opening soon at [...]

Burgers & Cocktails, Marylebone

Burgers & Cocktails, Marylebone

by Polly scoffs... @ PollyScoffs

Burgers & Cocktails is on the busy, food-filled street of James Street. Great for a hot day, the open plan restaurant has a nice breeze and light and airy feel, something that is often lacking from burger joints around the city. It has a solid selection of burgers to choose from (who would have thought?) … Continue reading Burgers & Cocktails, Marylebone

Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen

by Rebecca Lipkin @ The Arbuturian

Restaurants are a risky business, we all know the stats, but when you add vegetarian and vegan to the concept, as in the case of the Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen in Bath, it really does sound like a challenge. After all, only 5.7% of the UK population shun meat totally, and those who don’t could be

Sophie’s, Soho

by Alex Larman @ The Arbuturian

Sophie’s steakhouse in Chelsea is one of those places that’s called ‘a London institution’, but then so was Bedlam, and nobody would think of going there any more. Yet the comparison is an unfair one. Sophie’s, which first opened in 2002, was ahead of the curve of the apparently never-ending Goodmans and Hawksmoors that came

Try fast and fresh Vietnamese street food in London’s square mile courtesy of HOP

Try fast and fresh Vietnamese street food in London’s square mile courtesy of HOP


5 Things To Do Today

  Officially launching on Monday 15th June in Broadgate, at the heart of HOP is the Vietnamese concept of ‘Com Binh Dan’ or ‘Working People Food’. Offering boxes of delicio…

How To Stay Healthy While Traveling

by Oscar King @

Traveling is fun and exciting, particularly when you’re going on a vacation or traveling to a place you’ve always dreamed of. The sights, the sounds, the food, the scents, the culture, the locals, the new experiences… there’s nothing quite like...

REVIEW: Quaglinos, St James

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

If you like glitz with your glamour, and more than a sprinkle of razzle in your dazzle, the ultra glamorous Quaglinos is the place for you. Nestled in the heart of St James and dating back to 1929, it is a stalwart of...

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Youth Culture In Paris

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Many people who have visited Paris for vacations usually leave with a misplaced notion that Parisians are rude especially the waters that work in big restaurants. This however is not the case. The only reason why most people think it...

TRAVEL: Discover Catalonia – Off the Beaten Wine Track

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

By Erin Goodall, Food Goblin Northern Correspondent  Two weeks on from my trip to Catalonia as I sit and write, reminiscing on my five days in the region,  my memories remain vivid with colour, rugged scenery and tantalizing scents of world...

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South London's top 10 budget eats

South London's top 10 budget eats


the Guardian

In the last of his dispatches from London's best budget eateries, Tony Naylor heads south of the river, picking a variety of tasty venues where you can eat well for under £10 a head

NEWS: Shikumen launches new colourful Xiao Long Bao

by Mark @ smokebark.com

When Shikumen opened back in 2015 it was to rapturous applause and admiration for the quality of their food. Winning our hearts again this summer their new range of colourful hand-made Xiao Long Bao are set to impress, they are little soup filled bundles of joy!

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Monica Galetti & Marcus Wareing to feature at Taste this November

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Joining the all-star cast of top talent are culinary heroes Marcus Wareing and Monica Galetti. Plus, for the budding chef, read on for tasty recipes from Taste of London restaurants, perfect to cook at home.

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Budapest

Budapest

by Polly scoffs... @ PollyScoffs

It only seemed right that whilst we were in the beautiful city of Budapest, that we should also eat amazing food. Am I right? We didn’t do too much planning ahead and instead used TripAdvisor whilst there as well as did some good old traditional exploring and followed the loose motto ‘if it looks busy, … Continue reading Budapest

Grain Store, King’s Cross

Grain Store, King’s Cross

by Polly scoffs... @ PollyScoffs

The dream would be to have my own restaurant. Let me be more specific and relevant to the blog post title The dream would be to have my own restaurant exactly like Grain Store. Why? Well let me tell you… The food is a dream come true – I could have had anything and everything! There’s one thing … Continue reading Grain Store, King’s Cross

TRAVEL- A Guide to Tel Aviv, Israel

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

Israel has been on my travel bucket list for so long it's practically a permanent fixture. For such a small country, it houses an unbelievable volume of important historical and religious sites, and has a cracking food and drink culture...

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Uyen Luu’s Vietnamese Cooking Class

Uyen Luu’s Vietnamese Cooking Class


PollyScoffs

Taylah and I had an amazing time in London last weekend thanks to a great day spent with Uyen Luu at her Vietnamese Cooking Class. Costed at £95, it is a fun day with stacks of recipes to try and m…

Adam Handling to open second The Frog restaurant in Covent Garden

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Chef and restaurateur Adam Handling will be opening the second The Frog restaurant, which will be on Southampton Street in London’s Covent Garden

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Fresh, Healthy and Real: London’s Best Vietnamese Food

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Vietnam is a land of lively cultures, vivid landscapes and a rich history. It’s also the origin of some of the most delicious food in the world. The cuisine has experienced a popularity boost of late –the plain spring roll...

Menu for BIG FAT PANDA CHINESE BUFFET RESTAURANT 281 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction, Battersea London SW11 1LP

Menu for BIG FAT PANDA CHINESE BUFFET RESTAURANT 281 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction, Battersea London SW11 1LP


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View Menu for BIG FAT PANDA CHINESE BUFFET RESTAURANT (281 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction, Battersea) and more Chinese restaurants on UK's biggest foodie community eet

Where to Eat Authentic Indian Food in Dubai

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

There is nothing like finding a restaurant that serves up your favourite authentic cuisine, and travelling to different places around the globe gives travellers the chance to explore and find these amazing spots. Dubai is no different, and is a...

Review: Eat Native brings wild food and smiles to Neal's Yard

by Mark @ smokebark.com

My main was the Fallow deer steak, cauliflower, crispy onions and carrot. The combo was a winner, the venison pink and inviting, loved it.

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Summer fairs, festivals and fetes around Clapham 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

It’s that time of year again – plenty of fairs, festivals and fetes around Clapham this summer. Get in touch if you know of any others. It’s free to be listed.

May

Common People at Clapham Bandstand, Sat 27 May, 11am-4pm. Community event with stalls, activities, music, dance and spoken word on the Bandstand [...]

Mrs Le's Bánh Mì and Grill

Mrs Le's Bánh Mì and Grill


Just Opened London

Mrs Le's Bánh Mì and Grill is a new Vietnamese barbecue and banh mi restaurant, now open in Battersea.

Goa – the one stop destination to relish sun, sand, food, and culture

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Goa is one of India’s premier tourist destinations. As it is filled with numerous tourist attractions and things to do, there is hardly any idle time in your tour of Goa. Visit the place during the next vacation and spend...

Vivek Singh and Peter Gordon team up for Birthday dinner

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Iconic Westminster restaurant The Cinnamon Club and renowned Marylebone haunt The Providores and Tapa Room have teamed up to celebrate their milestone 15th anniversaries with a one-night-only collaborative dinner on Tuesday 21st June featuring the finest dishes from acclaimed chefs Vivek Singh and Peter Gordon.

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Top 10 Clothing Optional Destinations

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Many people’s perfect vacation starts with a great hotel. From there, a room with a view and tons of activities and relaxing spaces, great food, and great sun make for a great vacation. However, what do you do if you...

Everything you need to know about this year's Chinese Food Festival

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Chinese Food Fair (over 20 stalls selling huge variety of Chinese food and drink) and Streetfood Competition

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Eating out at Body Fuel Cafe, Brighton

by @ Biteappy

Eating out at Body Fuel Cafe, Brighton bodyfuelcafe.co.uk/ I was recently invited down to Body Fuel Cafe located on Church Road in Hove. They pride themselves on serving healthy, clean food which leaves you feeling […]

EVENT: Feast on the Farm, Buckinghamshire

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

Now -y'all know I love me a food festival! There's nothing nicer than pottering around at a good one, browsing the stalls, watching demos and spending far too much money on pans. If you're the same, then I've got a...

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The best beers to pair with your St. Patrick’s Day feasts

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Meantime’s Brewmaster Ciaran Giblin’s favourite stouts for you to choose from, all of which go perfectly with classic Irish food.

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NEWS: Caravan launches marble-topped Bankside restaurant this October

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Built in the late 19th century, the historic Metal Box Factory provides an impressive 4,000sq foot space for the restaurant.

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Brick & Liquor Clapham review: Creative cocktails in a friendly neighbourhood bar

Brick & Liquor Clapham review: Creative cocktails in a friendly neighbourhood bar

by LondonMetroGirl @ Memoirs Of A Metro Girl

When it comes to nightlife, the Junction and High Street parts of Clapham are well represented with a huge choice. However, the Clapham South part of town has been somewhat neglected… until recently. Last summer, the team behind successful Brick & Liquor in Tooting opened a sister bar on Balham Hill. A friend and I […]

Gods Own Junkyard: A trip to Walthamstow’s neon wonderland

Gods Own Junkyard: A trip to Walthamstow’s neon wonderland

by LondonMetroGirl @ Memoirs Of A Metro Girl

Neon art is hot right now, with restaurants, bars and shops vying for bright lights to make their businesses stand out and be Instagrammable. One particular part of the capital famous for its neon signs is Soho, particularly the night clubs and adult establishments (both of which are diminishing in numbers today). The late artist […]

New Year’s Eve in Clapham 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

Haven’t planned how to welcome in 2018 yet? Here’s our pick of what’s on this New Year’s Eve in Clapham.

Gigalum – 7-8 Cavendish Parade Clapham Common Southside SW4 9DW

You can be sure of a fun night out every weekend at Gigalum but this New Year’s Eve they’ve pulled out all the stops (and [...]

NEWS: Roberto Costa's Macellaio RC brings Italian flair to Union Street

by Mark @ smokebark.com

At Macellaio RC, the authentic Italian ingredients will take centre stage, and the restaurant will also introduce two exciting new concepts

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Review: Mien Tay with brilliant Vietnamese food in Battersea - smokebark.com

Review: Mien Tay with brilliant Vietnamese food in Battersea - smokebark.com


smokebark.com

Visiting one of London's Vietnamese restaurants is always good, I just wasn't expecting it to be THIS good.

NEWS: Martha Ortiz brings modern Mexican cuisine to London - Opening 2017

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Martha Ortiz is a Chef and cookbook author who is celebrated for her creative cuisine and historical research into Mexican food traditions.

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Chinese Laundry, Angel

Chinese Laundry, Angel

by Polly scoffs... @ PollyScoffs

I think I’ve got a problem, it may require help and it certainly is not in keeping with January healthy eating (not that I’m big on that anyway). I can’t get enough of Asian food at the mo, no matter how much I eat, I just can’t shake the obsession. This weekend alone I’ve had, Chinese, … Continue reading Chinese Laundry, Angel

Creating bonding with your beloved through family travel

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Everybody likes to travel. Family travel is educational and exciting. it is an opportunity to feel exotic and new food, create new friends and just to immerse in to a new culture. Family travel particularly with small infants can be...

Laotian Larb: The Ultimate Comfort Food [Recipe]

by bplant @ bananatree

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5 Best Places To Eat Local Food in The Philippines

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Food has been the number one reason why people fly to different countries in a year because you will truly get to experience the country if your eat their food. And if you are heading to Manila, aside from the...

Mien Tay Restaurants

Mien Tay Restaurants


Mien Tay Restaurants

Cuisine from South-West Vietnam

London Restaurant Reviews - The London Perspective - A London Lifestyle Blog

London Restaurant Reviews - The London Perspective - A London Lifestyle Blog


The London Perspective - A London Lifestyle Blog

Read my reviews of some of  London’s Best restaurants Nozomi Japanese Restaurant Bistrotheque Restaurant FFionas Restaurant – Kensington The…

Nutbourne, Battersea

Nutbourne, Battersea

by Polly scoffs... @ PollyScoffs

If you’ve been to or heard of The Rabbit or The Shed, you’ll know that the food is top quality, full of seasonal produce and down right delicious. You’ll also know that the menu is packed full of interesting and different ingredients which is the beauty of eating somewhere like this where you can trust … Continue reading Nutbourne, Battersea

What’s on around Clapham July 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

Comedy, Lambeth Country Show, a rum festival and new bars and restaurants – just a flavour of what’s on around Clapham this July.

Comedy

Balham Comedy Festival, 29 June – 8 July at The Bedford pub. The line-up includes Ed Byrne, Jason Manford, Stephen K Amos, Sara Pascoe, Jeremy Hardy, Rich Hall and many more. [...]

REVIEW: The Park Tavern, Wandsworth 

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

South Londoners, beware, there's a new gastro pub up in here! Say that fast enough and it sort of rhymes. Lyrics asides, recently I discovered a new gem of a pub to add to my growing rostra of London must-eats. The...

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The Providores 15th anniversary dinner 29th June

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Peter Gordon and Michael McGrath’s famed fusion restaurant, The Providores and Tapa Room, celebrates its 15th Anniversary with an impressive alumni dinner this June 29th.

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Queenswood, Battersea

Queenswood, Battersea

by Polly scoffs... @ PollyScoffs

Queenswood – a cosey restaurant set in Battersea Square with a small but strong brunch menu. Our visit started with a frosty welcome and service was a little slow with things like tap water and sauces failing to arrive. But overall the staff were friendly and welcoming. I spent a good ten minutes trying to decide between the … Continue reading Queenswood, Battersea

Travelling With Your Cat

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Sometimes, you need to go away for a couple of days or longer and you just don’t feel comfortable with leaving your cat behind. While a day or two away may be solved with enough food left around the flat,...

Pho – Vietnamese Street Food in Battersea

Pho – Vietnamese Street Food in Battersea


Gluten Free LDN

Asian food is probably one of my favourite cuisines; I love the spices, fresh ingredients and could probably eat it every day if I had the option. One of the things I loved about living in Singapor…

The 5 Travel Preparation Tips Every Worldwide Adventurer Should Follow

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

For wandering souls, the ultimate trip of a lifetime is a long-term, round-the-world vacation. A journey like this promises exciting new foods, exotic locales, and lots of adventures just waiting to happen. Are you one of the lucky ones who’s...

What’s on around Clapham November 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

The nights are drawing in and Christmas is round the corner (how did that happen so fast?!) but don’t hibernate now – there’s plenty to keep you entertained around Clapham this month. If you have any news, get in touch – we’d love to hear from you. And don’t forget, you can subscribe to our [...]

Jerusalem Home-Cooking And Palestinian 'Pizza': Have You Tried This Soho Restaurant?

Jerusalem Home-Cooking And Palestinian 'Pizza': Have You Tried This Soho Restaurant?

by Lydia Manch @ Londonist

Don't miss the tahini ice cream

Popular Thai Restaurant Opens Veggie-Only Branch In Soho

Popular Thai Restaurant Opens Veggie-Only Branch In Soho

by Harry Rosehill @ Londonist

Thai food done tapas-style.

The 14 Best Restaurants in Clapham

The 14 Best Restaurants in Clapham


Eater London

Vietnamese, Japanese, London’s best Trinidadian and lots of modern British

NEWS: Taste of London returns for Festive Edition - Tickets now on sale!

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Taste of London: The Festive Edition returns to transform East London’s stunning Tobacco Dock into a festive food heaven.

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Hampton Manor Revisited: A Restaurant With Rooms

by Lydia Manch @ The Arbuturian

The last couple of years have brought change upon change for Hampton Manor. This a place which, if you’d asked us two years ago, we’d have said didn’t need to change a thing. The Manor had plenty going for it already. A restaurant that dropped Hampton in Arden firmly on the destination dining map. Bedrooms pairing

90 Degree Melt is winning brunch love in Mile End

by Mark @ smokebark.com

90° MELT is a reflection of everything I have experienced in my life with regards to food. I am still a vegetarian, love international flavours and love being creative with food.

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News: Chef Murata to hosts one off dinner at Tokimeite on 9th May

by Mark @ smokebark.com

The intimate event will be held at the restaurant counter where guests will be able to watch the skilled chefs prepare and cook their meal right in front of them.

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What’s on in Clapham December 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

Christmas markets around Clapham

The Christmas Craft Fair at Battersea Arts Centre on Lavender Hill is on Saturday 2 December, 10am-6pm and features independent designers, makers and artisans, live music, workshops, food and drink and of course Father Christmas.

Over near Wandsworth Common station, The Train Station at 22 Jaggard Way SW12 8SG is hosting [...]

REVIEW: The Big Easy, Canary Wharf

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

By now you must all know The Big Easy, right? For me anyway it is quite firmly established as one of our capital's go to places for all things meaty and deep south. If you're new to this place, then...

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SMOKESTAK calls in the summer with new weekday lunch menu and terrace opening

by Mark @ smokebark.com

SMOKESTAK has announced the opening of an outdoor terrace at its Shoreditch restaurant

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Wahaca plans 3 days of Day of the Dead fiesta!

by Mark @ smokebark.com

The Vaults in London’s Waterloo will be transformed into a den of Mexican festivities with three nights of live music and live art, hedonistic performance, street food and tequila

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French Foodie Influences in Vietnam

by bplant @ bananatree

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News and events around Clapham May 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

Two bank holidays, lighter evenings and warmer days – we love this time of year! There’s plenty happening in May around Clapham but do get in touch if we’ve missed anything.

What’s new

If you love cocktails, this is the month for you with the launch of several new cocktail bars around Clapham.

Little [...]

TRAVEL: Foraging, Fish & Food Hopping – Helsinki, Finland

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

Piece by Philip King, Guest Writer Recently I was invited by Visit Finland to fly out to the fabulous city of Helsinki for 2 days of foraging, wilderness cooking in the forests that surround the city and and food hopping...

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Pho & Bun | Viet Eat

Pho & Bun | Viet Eat


Viet Eat

Building on our experience at Viet Eat Holborn, Viet Eat Pho & Bun was created in October 2015, with a new concept that aims at revolutionising the offering of Vietnamese street food in London.

What’s on in Clapham March 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

The daffodils and crocuses are in bloom, the nights are getting lighter – clocks spring forward on 25 March – warm sunshine is just around the corner (surely!). Here’s our pick of things to do around Clapham in March.

What’s new

We just love the name of this new restaurant opening next month on Hildreth [...]

Simple Tips to Travel in Australia Cheaply

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Australia a country with its diverse topographical features, food and people is a famous tourist destination in the world. It is a country famous for its camping destinations, enhancing with long drives along the coastal areas. Topping over the charts...

Polish Village Meals

by Mark @ smokebark.com

>Polish Village Meals is part of the Polish Village Bakery brand, this is proper Polish food just like babcia made.

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DRINKS: A Day at the Beefeater Gin Distillery 

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

Gin lovers, unite! I have the answer to your next afternoon out. Unintentional rhyming asides, Oval lays claim to the home of one of the world's most beloved London Dry Gins: Beefeater. Beefeater is the world's most awarded gin with a...

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Best London Restaurants for Star Spotting

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

If you are looking for celebrities, London is one of the most star-studded cities in the world. With football matches, fashion shows, concerts and movie premiere happening constantly, London is a total celebrity magnet. Fortunately, the rich and famous get...

Contents of all restaurant and bar reviews

Contents of all restaurant and bar reviews


Memoirs Of A Metro Girl

Newest reviews at the top. For discounts at some of London’s independent restaurants and bars, sign up to a free Portico card here. Brick & Liquor Clapham review: Creative cocktails in a …

Mien Tay; Vietnamese, Battersea, SW London - Food Goblin

Mien Tay; Vietnamese, Battersea, SW London - Food Goblin


Food Goblin

Spread the love Vietnamese has never been a cuisine I have much delved into. Funnily enough, the Yorkshire dales never nurtured much of a food scene for it. And so, on reading a most impertinent review by A.A.Gill, Critic for...

Get married at Jimmy’s Farm – Jimmy’s 17th Century barn is now available to host stylish weddings all year round

Get married at Jimmy’s Farm – Jimmy’s 17th Century barn is now available to host stylish weddings all year round

by 5thingstodotoday @ 5 Things To Do Today

Nestled in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, Jimmy’s 17th Century barn is now available to host stylish weddings all year round. Against the beautiful backdrop of an old fashioned working farm, there are photo opportunities a plenty as guests can wander through ancient woodland, explore the farm, walk with nature and enjoy incredible food […]

The Strangest Foods of Indochina

by bplant @ bananatree

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Battersea Restaurant

Battersea Restaurant


Mien Tay Restaurants

Address: 180 Lavender Hill, Battersea, London, SW11 5TQ. Phone: 020 7350 0721 Our Menu Food Menu PDF Wine List PDF Opening Times: Monday-Thursday 12pm til 3pm then 5pm til last orders 11pm Friday-S…

NEWS: Blanchette East to open on Brick Lane

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Lovingly named after the brothers’ mother, the new restaurant will celebrate everything that guests have come to love about the Soho bistro but with a few distinct variations.

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Foods And Cuisines To Avoid While On Vacation

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

Vacations are known to release the risk taker hiding within our pragmatic personalities. We let our hair down – and, with absolutely no experience – grab a bungee cord and hurl our aging bones into a cavernous opening below. Surviving...

REVIEW: Milk, Balham

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

When I'm asked what my favourite brunch place in London is, there is really only one answer: Milk in Balham. This Antipodean style cafe has been rocking in the South London (and in fact – WHOLE London) brunch scene since it opened...

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Few reasons to visit the Indian restaurant Brampton

by Vinod Kumar Saini @

The number of fans for Indian food is increasing day by day. The Indian food is prepared with a variety of spices, herbs, and sauces. Indian restaurant Brampton is able to fulfill the demands of the fans residing in the...

News: Shackfuyu launches unlimited boozy brunch

by Mark @ smokebark.com

The first of its kind at the restaurant, the new menu will be a celebration of the best of Shackfuyu, offering a selection of popular classics and brand new dishes, all with a brunch time twist.

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Brand New Mobile Friendly Website

by Mien Tay @ Mien Tay Restaurants

Hello and welcome to our brand new mobile friendly, responsive website. We will also have a new updated food and wine menu for you soon. We hope you like the new website, please do let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback.

How to Stay Healthy During your Dubai Holiday

by Lelo Patience Klaas @

We can all admit that, at one time or another, we struggled to stay healthy during our vacation to somewhere magical. I mean, who is thinking about broccoli and yoga while being faced with a menu of exotic food and...

Top 5 cake Shops at Walt Disney World

by Todd @

At Walt Disney World, eating is half the fun and skipping dessert just isn’t done. That’s wonderful news for dessert lovers, especially cake aficionados.  But with over 130 restaurants serving a wide variety of pastries, choosing the right place for...

Giggling Squid: An En-Thai-cing New Restaurant In Wimbledon

Giggling Squid: An En-Thai-cing New Restaurant In Wimbledon

by Tabish Khan @ Londonist

Succulent prawns and a lighter cheesecake.

Bone Daddies to open at The Bower, Old Street June 17th

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Chef Proprietor of Bone Daddies, Ross Shonhan, has announced that the doors to his new ramen bar in Old Street will open on 17th June 2016. Located within the Bower development, the new restaurant will be Bone Daddies’ first venture into East London, with a selection of dishes created exclusively for the site. Bone Daddies Old Street will be located on the corner of Baldwin Street within The Bower complex. The restaurant will incorporate a bar counter and will seat up to 65 covers. Open all day from 12 noon, the new site will adhere to the usual Bone Daddies […]

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EVENT: Tequila and Mezcal Fest 2017!

by LucyFG @ Food Goblin

It's that time of the year again!  Tequila and Mezal Fest is BACK and this year it's bigger than ever! From October 7-8th, it will take over the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, and host producers of other 50 different...

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Mien Tay Wins Love Your Local Awards 2015

by Mien Tay @ Mien Tay Restaurants

Mien Tay Battersea are honoured to be presented as the winner of the ‘Love Your Local Awards 2015’. Our winning certificate pictured above was presented to us by Jane Ellison MP, a member of Parliament for Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth. We would like to personally thank everyone who nominated us. We are very pleased as we were not expecting the award and we look forward to welcoming you to our restaurant again!

Stockholm on a Plate

by Lucy Shaw @ The Arbuturian

Some will view it as a stroke of genius, others the work of a madman. A year ago one of Sweden’s most highly regarded and respected chefs, Mathias Dahlgren, made the bold decision to close his two Michelin-starred restaurant, Matsalen, at the opulent Grand Hotel in Stockholm to make way for a daring new concept.

5 Places To Eat Vegan In London

by @ Biteappy

5 Places To Eat Vegan In London London has become one of the top foodie destinations in the world. Though England as a whole has had a shaky food reputation at times, London now provides […]

What’s on around Clapham June 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

There’s everything from family fetes and festivals to thought-provoking theatre and comedy events around Clapham this June. Here’s our pick of the best. And no mention of a general election, we promise – although don’t forget to vote on 8 June!

Fetes, fairs & bandstands

We start off with some fabulous local fetes: St Paul’s [...]

What’s on around Clapham April 2017

by Sarah Kingsley @ Totally Clapham

Here’s our pick of what’s on and what’s new around Clapham during April. Plenty of sunshine, Easter bunnies and chocolate eggs we hope!

Swing into Easter at the South London SwingFest – three days of live swing music, dance workshops and dancing into the early hours at The Bedford in Balham. The event kicks off [...]

Duck & Waffle hatches a fast casual offspring in St James’s Market

by Mark @ smokebark.com

Duck & Waffle Local is a new fast casual, chef-curated restaurant from the team behind the award-winning Duck & Waffle restaurant. This casual offshoot of the iconic 24-hour, sky-high eatery taps the energy of the original, taking its playful approach to gastronomy to the street, while placing the mighty duck at its culinary core. Duck & Waffle Local, like its parent brand, will still emphasize local, rustic, seasonal and sustainable ingredients, but with a more accessible, speedier and cost friendly format where guests can order at the counter before being shown to a table—or opt for a new takeaway service […]

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