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Gusto, Birmingham

I’d like to think that places like Gusto are a sign of just how far Birmingham has progressed over recent years.  I don’t think it would have fitted in five years ago when the city was still finding it’s culinary feet, or even two years back when areas such as Edgbaston and Moseley were making massive indentations into antediluvian stereotype.  576 more words


Bombay Brasserie

Bombay Brasserie is one of the highly reputed restaurants in the town known for its quality of food and ambiance. I have already paid a couple of visits earlier and recently visited them when my cousins were in town for vacation. 673 more words


Hubbard and Bell - Hoxton Hotel Holborn

Hubbard and Bell is the sister restaurant of The Hoxton Grill in the Hoxton Hotel…well Hoxton. It is small restaurant area just off the bar and café/working space – in typical Hoxton Hotel style. 311 more words

Casual Dining

Crab Tavern

We had  seen an unlimited brunch offer here and love crab so thought ‘why not’. Crab Tavern is located in Broadgate Circle at the back of Liverpool Street station. 366 more words

Casual Dining

The Botanist

Located on the corner of Sloane Square, The Botanist is a place to be seen. This place is very Chelsea. I’ve heard – and seen – this place does a great afternoon tea but we came here for a relaxed lunch one Sunday afternoon. 262 more words


Millworks, a welcome new Cambridge eatery - visited January 2017

Last week Steve and I enjoyed a tasty meal at new brasserie Millworks with friends Andrew and Brendan. Located in a historic former watermill on Newnham Road, Cambridge, Millworks has been open for three months and it’s the seventh restaurant in the excellent… 536 more words


Ronnie Scott's

Ronnie Scott’s is an institute in its own right opening in 1959 and being pilgrimage for jazz lovers globally as well as those who want to be seen. 389 more words