reviews in category: food

  • opso

    london: opso

    greek food with contemporary twists. porridge is infused with earl grey, coleslaw is pimped with quinoa, squid ink bun fish burgers are spiked with tomato jam. just don't tell the family.

    28 july 2014 by becky
  • df mexico

    london: df mexico

    from the people that brought mexican street food to london comes a whole new concept smashing mexican flavours with gluttonous nyc favourites like overstuffed tortas and dulce de leche soft serve.

    28 july 2014 by becky
  • the bayou

    london: the bayou

    probably the ultimate in soul food in london. every deep south classic is here from shrimps and biscuits, louisiana crab cakes, hush puppies, cornbread, adobe corn, shoestring fries, pumpkin lafourche, dirty rice, buttermilk fried chicken grits....

    28 july 2014 by becky
  • two doors down

    london: two doors down

    cute coffee stop in a calmer, cooler stretch of camden town. grab tea and cake or stock up on fresh bread on saturdays.

    28 july 2014 by becky
  • t.e.d

    london: t.e.d, ethically and sustainably driven cuisine from farm to table.

    28 july 2014 by becky
  • mama san

    hong kong: mama san

    australian celebrity chef will meyrick’s beloved mali restaurant mama san opens on jam-packed wyndham street, with a menu and space that elegantly pay homage to southeast asia.

    24 july 2014 by venus
  • aberdeen street social

    hong kong: aberdeen street social

    celebrity chef jason atherton is back with the uniquely hong kong offshoot of london’s pollen street social and shanghai’s commune street social… occupying prime real estate in new design headquarters pmq.

    24 july 2014 by venus
  • la vache

    hong kong: la vache

    a slice of paris on peel street… la vache does only one thing, and it does that one thing well: traditional parisian steak frites.

    24 july 2014 by venus
  • ho lee fook

    hong kong: ho lee fook

    funky, fusion chinese is the name of the game at this new, cleverly-monikered (in addition to the playful phonetics, a literal translation is ‘good fortune for your tongue’) central dining spot.

    24 july 2014 by venus
  • butchers club

    hong kong: butchers club

    the main space in aberdeen encompasses a butchery, dry-ageing room, and private dining room; but there is now a deli at the ed1tus showroom in wong chuk hang, and also an offshoot butchers club burger shop in wan chai… daring eaters should try the off-menu double happiness, a supersized burger with double patty and grilled cheese ‘bun’.

    24 july 2014 by venus