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Dinner at Côte Brasserie, Cambridge for a special treat on a wet Monday night!

This week on a wet Monday night my partner Steve and I took a cab into Cambridge and wandered along Bridge Street in search of a place for dinner. 540 more words


A Real Brasserie: Brass Beirut

Ne jouons pas avec les mots voulez vous ? si ? all right if you insist : B’Rass Beirut, there is a Brasserie called “Brass Beirut” simple, clear and genius… the food ? 434 more words


Gut instinct

If you’re currently in Paris in this hazy last gasp of July, I’d bet the last slice of Raclette that you’re relaxing languidly in a rattan chair on a terrace somewhere, watching the people go by (and for the uninitiated, at this time of year, they’re not actually Parisians – … 707 more words


Beach day in Zeeland

When the official summer holidays are over there is nothing better than going to the beach on a hot sunny Sunday and pretend that you’re still on vacation. 349 more words

Boulevard Brasserie: A cute little french spot in Covent Garden

This cute little french brasserie isn’t far from my office. I’ve been along once before with one of the girls I used to work with for a catch-up, and the food was delicious, so when my bestie from Leicester, Heather, let me know she was in London and would love to catch-up, I knew just the spot. 461 more words

London Experiences

Le Mercury, French without the fancy

It’s date night. You want to exude the romance and sophistication of suggesting French food, but you’re also on a budget. You’ve probably seen that the Bunch have tried and tested plenty of London’s high-end French restaurants on the blog, but if you’re looking for something more casual than crème de la crème then Le Mercury might be it. 682 more words