Berber & Q opened in Haggerston earlier this year, and has been impressing diners ever since with its unusual dishes and style. I too have fallen for its charms – so why do I urge you to go there? 1.
Where on earth do I take the friend who first ignited my love for meaty barbecue food?! It took some serious pondering, but I can now say with confidence: Blacklock. Another of those Soho basement establishments, Blacklock is housed in
You may recognise the name Bukowski from my Best of 2014 round-up post – this Brixton joint stole the top spot for Best Burger, and a very deserving winner it was too. Sure, you may think only of Honest when
Some nights just call for a dirty burger and, upon review of the various establishments in the Oxford Circus vicinity, Richard and I hit Patty & Bun on James Street for the dirtiest burger of my food blogging career to
I haven’t talked about my BBQ obsession for a while, so giving Pitt Cue Co a mention is long overdue – particularly as some have rated it as the best BBQ in London! I headed over for lunch with a
Foxlow in Clerkenwell is from the same restaurant group as Hawksmoor, but given that I have not yet given into the pull of much-talked-about-but-expensive Hawksmoor, you will not find me comparing the two. My good friend Chris had repeatedly told
This summer, Selfridges rooftop is playing host to a new series of dining pop ups, dubbed “On The Roof With…”. The project kicks off with Q Grill, who invite customers to dine high above the streets of London, surrounded by