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Speed and substance on offer at Forge, Bank

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November 23rd, 2017

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Diners in London often fear trekking into the heart of the city thinking they might not get a great value meal or the dining environment isn’t suited to their needs . However, restaurants like Forge at Bank are doing all the right things to ensure everyone is welcome at their restaurant rather than just local office workers at Bank.

A gourmet menu awaits at Duke of Clarence, South Kensington

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October 20th, 2017

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Gastropubs can be very hit and miss at times with menus promising plenty but delivering very little; however, at Duke of Clarence , their revamped menu is a box office hit with the locals with a menu filled with well-sourced British seasonal ingredients . It’s a venue that is very easy to fall in love with as soon as you enter

The Alfred Tennyson: refined yet relaxed dining in upscale Belgravia

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October 16th, 2017

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Sophistication and pubs/bars are not generally comfortable bedfellows, but an excellent example of how this could work is in evidence at The Alfred Tennyson in Belgravia.

Here’s why our cocktail menu will go down well in the West Midlands

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October 12th, 2017

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The post Here’s why our cocktail menu will go down well in the West Midlands appeared first on Revolution .

Head to 28°-50° Wine Workshop and Kitchen Fetter Lane for a discreet wine-matching experience

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August 9th, 2017

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In the hustle and bustle of London city life, sometimes it’s a next to impossible task to find a quiet cul de sac for a discreet dinner and a glass of wine with your close friends . When we do discover these oases of calm, we do like to highlight them to our followers: Step forward 28°-50° Wine Workshop and Kitchen Fetter Lane .

Bright, airy and cosmopolitan Tabun Kitchen in Soho introduces Londoners to Palestinian cuisine

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August 5th, 2017

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Tabun Kitchen derives its name from the tabun ovens that are popular in Palestinian households, which have been used all the way back in the biblical times (unlike the other definition of tabun, which is a toxic nerve gas used by Nazi Germany during World War II….). The restaurant floor space isn’t particularly large, but their recent refurbishments have made it look remarkably light and spacious and in fact, it can hold up to 60 guests seated. The colours are vibrant and modern including framed prints inspired by Palestinian embroidery