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Merry Men, I Sherwood return, restaurant review

If you go down to the woods today, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise. On the corner of Southwark Street, Tom Sellers, chef Patron of Restaurant Story, has created his very own version of Sherwood Forest, and it’s magical. 660 more words


A Sarastro Review

My boyfriend had told me about this place called Sarastro that serves Turkish food and have artists come around playing music or singing by your table.  428 more words


Romulo Café

Filipino food virgin or veteran? Whichever end of the spectrum you sit, says Zoë Perrett, your tastebuds’ll do a tango here

Beneath a black-and-white striped awning, a gorgeously garish pink neon sign announces tonight’s dinner destination. 406 more words

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Madame D

Explosive flavours from the Gunpowder team is what this Himalayan restaurant is all about, says Zoë Perrett

Not content with a Michelin endorsement and endless queues for their modern Indian, Gunpowder, co-founders Harneet and Devina Baweja and executive chef Nirmal Save now possess a trio of restaurants within a stone’s throw of one another in East London – the brand new, royal-meets-rustic Gul & Sepoy, and Madame D’s, where we dine tonight. 356 more words

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Flavour Bastard

The name might be controversial but there’s no arguing over the quality of the food here, says Zoë Perrett

A ragged-edged, gold-painted door lets you know that Flavour Bastard has swagger. 421 more words

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Donna Margherita

Good Things’ editor Zoë Perrett discovers how to have her pizza and eat it at this traditional Italian trattoria in Clapham 865 more words
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Hello you lovely lot!

This week has been a busy one, I have been attending Advertising Week Europe, a conference that brings together creatives, media owners and a few celebs to discuss hot topics in the media world. 1,015 more words